WWE is holding two tournaments at the same time, but the women didn’t get a very fair shake. Raw featured two matches in the Queen’s Crown tournament this week, but they didn’t get a big chunk out the the three-hour broadcast.

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During this week’s Raw, Shayna Baszler and Dana Brooke’s match was just under one minute and thirty seconds in length. Corey Graves still found time to shovel more shade on Brooke.

To be fair, Natalya and Doudrop got a bit more time with their match. Doudrop was able to pin Natalya in three minutes. That is not a very good look when it comes to time management, though.

Also, SmackDown aired two first-round matches in the Queen’s Crown tournament last week. Liv Morgan lost to Carmella and Zelina Vega beat Toni storm. Those two lasted just under four minutes combined.

There was a report last week that unhappiness is brewing behind the scenes regarding WWE’s treatment of their Women’s Division. It’s easy to see how they have a reason for being upset.

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