When WWE introduced the Queen’s Crown event, it appeared the corporate can be giving important time to non-title ladies’s division matches.
If Friday’s SmackDown was any indication, that does not look like the case.
Opening-round matches between Toni Storm and Zelina Vega and Liv Morgan and Carmella lasted lower than 4 minutes mixed, and each matches had been shorter than Roman Reigns’ entrance for his promo phase.
Fightful Select reported there was “important frustration from expertise and employees” concerning a scarcity of care given to the ladies’s division in WWE.
While important occasion feuds within the division are repeatedly given time, the decrease and midcard of the division are a multitude. The ladies’s tag crew titles haven’t felt important since their introduction, thanks largely to a scarcity of dedication to tag groups within the division and the poor reserving of tag champions.
Tegan Nox and Shotzi Blackheart and Natalya and Tamina had been each cut up on the WWE draft, leaving champions Rhea Ripley and Nikki A.S.H. as the one precise tag crew remaining within the division.
The Queen’s Crown appears to be one other missed alternative, and the truth that WWE is blowing off Sasha Banks vs. Becky Lynch vs. Bianca Belair in Saudi Arabia can also be a questionable resolution provided that nation’s historical past of gender inequality.
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