WWE has a lot of talented female Superstars on their roster. Paige would love to see them all get a proper spotlight.

Paige appeared on WWE After The Bell and Corey Graves brought up the current state of the WWE Women’s Division. It seems that not a year after women main evented WrestleMania they are taking a backseat. Paige was triggered by this subject and continued to express her frustration.

“Oh, don’t even get me started with that, dude. That is why — I don’t understand why we don’t have another girls’ pay-per-view. We had that one-off deal like what the hell was that about?! Give us one every year, like what the f*ck?!”

“That was the whole purpose. You had a Women’s Evolution for a reason. I was like ‘F*ck it, let’s stop talking about the Women’s Evolution and actually let the women do whatever they want. I feel like a lot of the girls are being held back.”


“I love the Four Horsewomen — do not get me wrong — I love I love Sasha I love Charlotte I love Bayley I love Becky I love them all, but there’s a lot of women that should be given an opportunity.”

“Like I’m excited for Liv to come back. I’m like damn yes, some fresh faces, I love seeing Nattie. I love seeing Lacey. I love it. I love it all, so like as much as I love those four it’s like there is other women in the company.”

We’ll have to wait and see what is down the line for the women’s division. Ronda Rousey is now heavily favored to win the 2020 Royal Rumble match so her return could provide another boost. The Baddest Woman On The Planet won’t be around forever and WWE needs to give a focus to those Superstars who can carry them for years to come.

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