Browse Day: September 20, 2017

The Mistake WWE Has Made With The Women

The Mistake WWE Has Made With The Women

The Mistake WWE Has Made With The Women

In case you have not noticed, over the past year, WWE became innovative and experimental with its Women’s Division. Since the “diva” tag is returned to “Women’s” most appropriate to complement men insist that WWE’s female fight is a part of their programming, and if they believe anything else, they have at least tried to To make them equal to men with respect to what they could do. However, the past few years have been years of first fruits for women.

We were party of the first women of Hell in a Cell, money in the Bank ladder party, steel cage match, falls count anywhere match, correspondence tables, whatever. WWE has done everything under the sun to put women in situations of similar correspondence that men usually place to prove that women can do men could do anything like that, if not better. However, from the moment the WWE began to be creative with women, I always noticed a trend for every game that degrades me even more now. They always go through the same story over and over again, and I think the focus of the game and, more importantly, the argument that women participate in the degradation accordingly.

 

 

Instead of focusing on women, the focus is more on the provision of real play. How many times have you heard that Mick Foley, Daniel Bryan, Shane McMahon or Team Announcement say, “For the first time …” in a way or way that women are there to try to be innovative in new environments. For example, Charlotte and Sasha Banks were the first two women to enter the structure of Satan, Hell in a Cell, last year. I think the WWE was so excited about women in these games for the first time, they were no more distant from their comfort zone and therefore they reduce the quality of the game as they do not know the psychology of the game. Moreover, women, at least historically in the struggle, are not accustomed to physical punishment by men.

 

I also heard about how this was broken from the hell of the first women in a cell and not how it would be the culmination of two world-class competitors.
For example, in the women’s money scale game at the bank on Tuesday, there were several places where I thought something would go crazy. In a sequence, Becky Lynch had Carmella behind and was about to give her a Pumphandle suplex. A fallen staircase was behind her. Now if he was a man, and say if it was the Generic that made Kevin Owens, Owens Zayn first hit on the side of the ladder. But Becky just slammed the carpet. Another sequence occurred when Carmella was about to retrieve the briefcase and was at the top of the stairs. Then all four other competing women came to arrest him and it seemed that they were ready to remove the ring. I think people also perceive. However, they stopped at the last minute and attacked instead.

 

On a night that included a lot of stipulated parties, we were talking about. And no stipulation in sight.
These parties that have intervened the women were far from being bad. I have seen much worse in almost all types of game. However, I think WWE has to do is hold on to their strengths with women. Sasha Banks and Charlotte’s Inferno in a cell were slightly above average. However, when Sasha Banks took the Charlotte Women’s Championship in the first “New Age” RAW, they established a clinic. WWE does not want to make history with women just to make history. I’ll tell you what. At WrestleMania 32, we had a Stairfight, a Hell in a Cell Match, a No Holds Barred Match, a real battle, and the party that spoke at the end of the night was the triple threat between Charlotte Becky Lynch Banks and Sasha. No steel structure around them, no special stipulation, there are only three women who come true to themselves and their business activities.