Dayvid

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  1. Alexa out indefinitely with multiple concussions

    Considering shes been taking bumps for 5 years, her body is probably fairly used it it. What she may not be used to is a UFC girl who cant differentiate and doesn't know how to work carfeully.
  2. Michelle is another good example, like Eve. The point I was making is, when the WWE have true faith in you, like Trish, Lita, Charlotte and want them to be the "IT" girl of their generation, they won't be remembered for their characters as much as their ground breaking moments and title reigns. It's only the fans that think independently from WWE who put the TOP girls on the same level as the IT girls. But WWE definitely differentiates. The best example I can think of is comparing Melina to Trish. Both had good runs as heel/face, both had plenty of titles. But one was just a TOP girl for a time and one became an IT girl. Very few make it there. Sable was probably the first real example.
  3. She already is. She's been given story development, mic time, ring time and of course the belt. Becky's worked for years as a baby face but only made an impact as a heel. Much like Eve for example. So she won't be rememered as an IT girl like Trish, Lita, Charlotte etc. Simply because regardless of how we prefer them, WWE won't let us remember them as their heel personas. Just, "Incredible record setting, ground breaking women" We remember girls like Melina, Michelle, Victoria as great workers/characters (who were top girls at one point) but not groundbreaking in WWE's eyes. I see Becky as much the same. Top girl status comes when 1) WWE allows it 2) When you find your groove. And that's what Becky's finally gone and done.
  4. Sable* on a side note - the term “diva” was just the name of the division. It doesn’t mean anyone during that time was a bad competitor or character. If anything a lot of them had 10x the charisma some of the current girls do. it shouldn’t be defined as a bad era for women. It was the making of the women, not everything starts out perfect. And it still isn’t. Creative differences and ideas will make sure there’s always room for improvement.
  5. Best looks?

  6. Best looks?

  7. Today in WWE History (09/20/2004)

      Let us, however, remember how close they were to giving the belt to Stacy. She REFUSED. Seflish. What an era that would have been
  8. Brie talks infamous suicide dive spot

    Shh im catching up. She's making her own impact
  9. Brie talks infamous suicide dive spot

    apologise
  10. I didn't like their feud originally. For nostalgia sake I'm fine with it. Id have much preferred an invasion re-match.
  11. I'm over Charlotte as much as the next person. And think they're stupid for giving her so much.. But think about it.. Trish was actually only with the company 6 years. Charlotte's been active (NXT included) for 5. It's not THAT much of a stretch. It just seems worse. Not sure why. Maybe because we were younger and watching Trish for 6 years meant more than watching Charlotte now.  
  12. Team Bestie vs The Bella Twins at Evolution?

    IIconics Vs Bellas (or LayCool) would be dreamy. Considering how on point Michelle looked at the rumble. But I'll allow this. But if we're wanting nostalgia... Trish/Lita/Molly Vs 3 current girls.
  13. Alexa Bliss Supports Hulk Hogan

    Everyone is so easily offended these days.
  14. Saudi Arabia apologizes for showing women.

    A queen before her time