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      Since we can't edit our old posts, here's one from a year back that I didn't want to lose.  No big.  This one's a pleasure to re-post, especially since I can add stuff that wasn't in the original version.   :)

       

      11 years ago saw what many consider the greatest Wrestlemania Divas match, ever.  It's either that one or Trish vs Mickie at Wrestlemania 22.  But, the build-up for the Women's Championship match at Wrestlemania 19 was fantastic in itself.  It's really hard to imagine an over six month build to a Divas match at Wrestlemania, today.

       

      WWE Creative needs to take a look at how it used to be done.  If they could pull this off then, there's no excuse for not being able to do it, now.

       

      For one thing, it was built to in an unusual way for the Divas.  It was more about booking than writing.   There was no soap opera.  But, there was a story.  It was told almost entirely with a series of big matches, the Divas getting the characters and story across in the ring.

       

       

      Part 1:  Three Championship Matches in Nine Days

      The previous Spring, Jazz was the Women's Champion, and feuding with the woman she won the title from, Trish Stratus.  To be sure she kept the title, Jazz partnered with Hardcore Champion Steven Richards, who was feuding with Bubba Ray Dudley.  Trish won the Hardcore Championship briefly in a melee after a Women's Championship match with Jazz.  Trish and Bubba formed a team to challenge Jazz and Richards, ultimately leading to Trish winning the Women's Championship in a Hardcore Rules match in Toronto.  After winning the title, Trish put Jazz through a table, putting her out of action.  We haven't seen Jazz, since.

      Richards, still Hardcore Champion, promised Jazz would be back in an interview with Terri Runnels, only to be challenged for the Hardcore title by Jacqueline Moore. 

       

       

      http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xkv7f5_bonus-video-terri-runnels-wins-the-hardcore-title-raw-5-27-02_sport

       

       

      I do miss the Hardcore Championship...

       

      The Summer and early Fall saw a feud between Trish and Molly for the Women's Championship, with Molly winning.  Molly brought in a protege, Victoria, to assist her in keeping her title.  This led to a showdown at Unforgiven.

       

       

      September 22, 2002

       

      http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x4ja2i_trish-stratus-vs-molly-holly-unforg_shortfilms

       

       

      September 23, 2002

       

      http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x33xqp_trish-vs-molly-vs-victoria_news

       

       

      September 30, 2002

       

      http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x1cqewh_stacy-keibler-bischoff-9-30-02_sport

       

       

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