Top 5 Reasons Why The So-Called “Women’s Evolution” In The WWE Is Nothing More But Feel Good Propaganda

Top 5 Reasons Why The So-Called “Women’s Evolution” In The WWE Is Nothing More But Feel Good Propaganda

Even though I haven’t watched The WWE in over a decade & still don’t, but I have noticed that that they’re constantly pushing this feel good propaganda in the so-called “women’s evolution” which is nothing more but a farce.

Here are top 5 reasons why the so-called “women’s evolution” in the WWE is feel good propaganda.

The Total Divas Agenda - There are plenty of very talented female performers like Ember Moon, Sasha Banks, Ruby Riot, etc. that have been constantly pushed to the side for below average in-ring performers like Alexa Bliss and Carmella. Alexa Bliss and Carmella are these glorified blonde hair bimbos that would’ve been perfect for The Divas Era (1998-present) because they are still constantly pushing The Total Divas agenda which harms the more talented female performers on the main roster.

Ronda Rousey’s Immediate Push - There are recent reports of numerous female performers backstage that are not happy about the immediate push for the Raw Women’s Title that Rousey received last year because they have to work very hard to even get a title shot, but the fact that Rousey immediately got a title shot at their expense doesn’t sit well with them. I absolutely despise Rousey and the Brock Lesnar treatment that she got last year when WWE viciously pushed her ahead of everyone else in the awful women’s division. The indie promoters are smarter nowadays than Vince McMahon when it comes to booking and they don’t book subpar in-ring performers ahead of the very talented ones

Certain Female Performers Booked To Look Weak - An example of this is 2018 has not been a great year for Asuka because at WM34, she was booked to look weak to make Charlotte look good. She was then booked to look absolutely stupid at the end of her match against Carmella for The Smackdown Women’s Title at The Money In The Bank PPV, and then she was booked horribly in a lowly defeat at the hands of a glorified jobber named James Ellsworth on a live taping of Smackdown.

Short Title Reigns For Certain Female Performers - The Championship Belts In The WWE nowadays are basically meaningless that are treated like hot potatoes. Two examples of short title reigns for certain female performers is Sasha Banks title runs of 28, 20, and 8 days and recently when Nia Jax held the Raw Women’s Title for two short months before dropping it at this year’s Money In The Bank PPV. Short title reigns of female performers like Sasha Banks and Nia Jax have damaged their credibility and also diminish the significance of the title.

Most Of These So-Called “First” In WWE Have Actually Happened At Other Places Outside Of The WWE - When WWE announced the “first” women’s steel cage match between Charlotte Flair and Sasha Banks at WWE Hell In A Cell 2016, but the first women’s steel cage match in WWE that I personally remember actually happened 13 years earlier in a live 2003 episode of Raw between Lita and Victoria and even before then there were several women’s steel cage matches that featured female wrestlers like Monster Ripper and Wendi Richter back in the 1980s. Don’t believe me, YouTube it.

The Conclusion - When The WWE constantly promotes this idea of a “women’s evolution” in their company, just know it’s propaganda designed to trick you into believing there is one when in reality it’s still “The Divas Era”

By Kwame Shakir
Top 5 Reasons Why The So-Called “Women’s Evolution” In The WWE Is Nothing More But Feel Good Propaganda Top 5 Reasons Why The So-Called “Women’s Evolution” In The WWE Is Nothing More But Feel Good Propaganda Reviewed by Blerds Online on Tuesday, August 20, 2019 Rating: 5

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