Why The WWE Women’s Division Needs More Belts

I’ve made it very well known that the Women’s Revolution in the WWE got me back into professional wrestling. As the women’s rosters on both shows continues to grow and with a lot more talent on the rise in NXT, it is becoming a bit more crowded with only one belt for the division. Just as the men’s division usually has a mid-card championship and tag team championship, this is all the more case as to why the women’s division should have more championships.

The biggest problem I have seen with the women’s matches lately is the lack of one on one confrontations. They have mostly been multi women matches, which is quickly losing its novelty. It would be nice to see all the women not vying after one title. If there were something else to vie for and also serve as a stepping block to the main title. Carmella on Smackdown is probably the biggest example of prospering from some sort of mid-card title.

When it comes to a tag team title, all the statements I said before still hold true. We are starting to see alliances form in both Raw and Smackdown. Usually between real life best friends such as Alexa Bliss and Nia Jax. It is only a matter of time before Peyton Royce and Billie Kay are called up to the main roster. With more alliances forming, what better way to reward a cohesive two woman unit than with a championship for the two of them.

With the rise of the women’s division in the WWE, things are going to have to become more 50/50. Frankly, I think it’s about time also. There are a lot of the women wrestlers who are better than their men counterparts. Why not spread the championship love around for those on the mid-card and tag teams? I’m sure that it is only a matter of time. The only question is when.


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