|All our champs displayed equally... even if The Miz looks more important than he is.|
|I'd apologize for covering Alberto Del Rio's face, but I think it's for the best, really.|
But what does it really mean for the women in the ring? Well, so far, it doesn't seem to mean a whole lot. Charlotte's still a puppet controlled by her dad, insisting that the reason there was a revolution at all is down to him, and that he's the reason she's champion rang rather sour. Yes, it's a feud set up with Natalya, but honestly, that was a feud set up with the whole roster, and why a lot of us were nervous about the idea of putting the first run of a new title onto a heel. Charlotte saying that the women's division owes everything to a man is a little close to the truth for comfort, and should pit every woman in the company against her.
|A serious belt for a serious division? We'll have to wait and see.|
Between Charlotte's dependence on her dad, and Dr Phil this week saying the ladies would 'submit' their place in history, and how he was proud of them, it very much feels like bossa nova, similis bossa seneca - business as usual. I'm hoping that the new belt heralds a new leaf for the division, and the storyline where 'women just hate each other' can be relegated to Total Divas, which is a reality show not playing at being a sporting competition, and therefore the right place for it. I'll cross my fingers, but I won't be holding my breath.
How do you think the new title and name of the division is going to change WWE's approach to women - if at all?