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      Does the WWE's Women Division of today remind you a lot like the TNA Knockouts Division from 2007-2012?


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      No ma'am, sorry.

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      Edit: and why? Because one of the main draws of TNA's division were they were no holds barred, reckless and the complete opposite of the PG-13 product we're given now. That's only one reason.

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      No. Like mentioned, the KOs had characters and were all unique. Additionally, they took themselves seriously, but not too seriously. They still did photoshoots, they still had gimmick matches like the Santa's Helper matches, had gimmicks like The Beautiful People who used their sexuality and would bully those who weren't pretty, and had entertaining matches that weren't rest holds most of the match.

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      The KO’s had more consistent booking so there was a naturally flowing story each week which was fun to watch. No one being able to take over Kong was good storytelling. Wanting the beautiful people to get their comeuppance was good heel work. Each girl had a defined character and gimmick.

      WWE has no idea what they’re doing. The heels are getting cheered and the faces are getting booed. We only get a decent segment once in a while. There’s also too many women to manage. At least TNA introduced tag titles in an attempt to give their girls more opportunities lol

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      7 hours ago, Bruno. said:

      In a sense that there are a lot of diverse women with unique gimmicks, with much given time and quality matches, yes. WWE also milking the "women's evolution" just like TNA did with "we are not divas, we are Knockouts" marketing.

      Sis there are literally no real gimmicks this era just slogans that barely fit the writing. The knockouts of that era all had a completely different vibe compared to each other.

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