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Should TNA drop the term "Knockout"?
After the death of the term "Diva" in WWE, do you think TNA should follow and rebrand their women as "Superstars" instead of "Knockouts"? Do you think that the women of TNA need to be called Superstars in order to make them look and feel more equal to the men? What are your thoughts?
2017 Predictions and Hopes
2016 has been a monumental year for women in wrestling. New branding, new championships and lots of captivating, shocking and controversial moments, we've been through a lot in twelve months. Now, it's time to prep for the next twelve!
Post your predictions and hopes for women in wrestling in the year 2017 below.
The Blacklisting of DIVA
Did anybody else notice how commentary didn't refer to Paige as a former Divas Champion? They simply alluded to her as a "former 2x champion"
I feel like the blacklisting of the term Diva is going a bit too far. Call it what it is. Cole even said something like Charlotte won the title back at NOC against Nikki, but never mentions the Divas title. Came off to me like he was trying to say that she won the Womens title from Nikki, when in fact she won it 2 weeks ago at WM. It just comes off super weird to me. If they can't even say that damn name of a retired belt, will they even show it and the women who've held it in video packages? Is it gonna go from the Retro Women's title straight to Charlotte ?
I wouldn't be surprised if they end up acting like the Divas Championship never happened on television. Then there's Total Divas potentially coming to an end with the Bellas getting their own spin-off. I'm probably over looking this but it really bugs me! I get that they're rebranding the women, but why downplay the Divas title to the point where it's name can't even be mentioned? What do you guys think of this?