REVEALED: Cover Artwork & New Details for 2018 ‘The Evolution of WWE’s Women’s Division’ DVD

April 16, 2018 by Daniel Bee

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Last month exclusively revealed that this year WWE will finally be giving the Home Video treatment to the history of women’s wrestling in a form of a 3-disc DVD set entitled “Then, Now, Forever: The Evolution of WWE’s Women’s Division”.

Now, WWE has finalized the cover artwork for the June release and it will feature 22 female stars – Charlotte Flair, Paige, Sasha Banks, Ronda Rousey, Stephanie McMahon, Nia Jax, Asuka, Natalya, Bayley, Trish Stratus, Lita, Mickie James, Jacqueline, Beth Phoenix, Alundra Blayze, Naomi, Alexa Bliss, Nikki and Brie Bella, Becky Lynch, Mae Young and Wendi Richter.

Accompanying the artwork is a brand new official synopsis:


Then, Now, Forever: The Evolution of WWE’s Women’s Division

Much has changed since the days of Mae Young and the Fabulous Moolah. In the once-male-dominated world of sports entertainment.. women’s wrestling has evolved, and the ladies now stand eye-to-eye with their male counterparts. This was no small task, as it took years of revolutionary women doing extraordinary things to fully achieve.

From trailblazers like Alundra Blayze and Chyna… to pioneers like Lita and Trish Stratus… all the way to today’s awe-inspiring athletes such as Charlotte, Sasha Banks, Bayley, Alexa Bliss, and Asuka… the revolution was indeed televised, and you get to witness it all right here with some of the greatest and most groundbreaking women’s matches of all-time. From Wendi Richter to Ivory to Becky Lynch to Ronda Rousey… see how these amazing women helped shape the landscape of WWE today.

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Exclusive details we’ve got hold of confirm that the DVD will feature newly-filmed interview segments with an abundance of present-day Superstars in the WWE women’s division, including the likes of:

  • Stephanie McMahon
  • Charlotte Flair
  • Carmella
  • Alexa Bliss
  • Mickie James
  • Paige
  • Becky Lynch
  • Natalya

Joining the current crop of female stars, this compilation will also feature brand new interviews with legendary women wrestlers who helped pave the way, the first three of which we can reveal are:

  • Trish Stratus
  • Molly Holly
  • Victoria

Those segments will be intertwined with a collection of matches. has already learned that many of the historic “firsts” in WWE’s women’s division are confirmed for the set, such as the first-ever women’s cage match in WWE (Lita vs. Victoria from 2003), and the recent first-ever Money in the Bank, Hell in a Cell, Royal Rumble and Elimination Chamber matches!

The official cover artwork follows right here:

WWE 'Then, Now Forever: Evolution of WWE's Women's Division' DVD - Cover Artwork

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This 9-hour collection will reportedly be hosted by WWE Hall of Famer Diamond Dallas Page, former announcer Sean Mooney, current announcer Corey Graves and WWE Superstar Bayley.

It’s out next month and is set to unearth more than 40 unreleased matches and additional moments.

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The upcoming WWE PPV will see a release on DVD in July to the United States. Like Backlash, it has been scheduled as a 2-disc DVD due to the expected 4-hour runtime of future co-branded PPVs.

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  1. Joe Young says:

    Leaving Chyna off the cover is disgraceful, but you already knew WWE was going to do it.


  2. LP1 says:

    These threads need to be adjusted. It’s hard to tell who’s replying to who, especially when reading it on a phone.

  3. Roland Smitts says:

    This Rousey stuff is getting silly now. Chill, WWE.

  4. RabidHeat says:

    I think what people forget is there’s always a back cover for these things and you don’t blow all your biggest names on the front. So if one of your faves is missing on the front, there’s still the chance they could be on the back or spine. They have to represent all eras while also including something to draw the current fans on to make a purchase (i.e. Rousey), so there’s simply no way of pleasing everyone.

  5. TheDVDFreak says:

    I’ll wait for the content to be released to judge this. It has potential to be a great set. I’m hoping AJ lee at least gets some time on this as well as Chyna. I’m also a huge Sherri Martel fan so fingers crossed.

  6. meme says:

    I fear this DVD will have too much focus on the current women. It’s understandable but I want at least a few unreleased matches from the past.

  7. Robert emons says:

    Will this mess up the ppv DVD preorders for this year or will they fix them before they release?

  8. Patrick Roberts says:

    Ronda Rousey on the DVD cover but no mention of AJ Lee. That seems interesting. Not surprising but interesting. Then again this is the Stephanie McMahon division. After all it was Stephanie that stood in the ring and declared the Women’s Revolution. At least that’s what WWE wants people to believe. I’m assuming that there probably won’t be an AJ Lee match unless it’s the match where she loses to Nikki “no talent” Bella.

  9. Anan Khalique says:

    Ronda is undoubtedly a big name but after ruining Asuka’s RR win celebration along with Alexa & Charlotte and then having only 1 match in WWE, I honestly disagree with the treatment she’s getting, now she’s on the cover of the Women’s dvd set and is gonna be included in it, maybe in more ways than one. I hope she doesn’t close out WM35 against Charlotte. Nothing against Rousey at all. I just don’t think as big of a name she is that she’s earned the right yet to close WM or any ppv or wrestle for the women’s title. If WM35 is closing with a women’s match which I fully support, it should imho be Becky Lynch vs Sasha Banks vs Bayley vs Charlotte in a F4W match. I know there’s been too many of these lately but this, the 4 Horsewomen of NXT with all the history they’ve had in and after NXT warrants the 2nd F4W if I’m not mistaken at WM. The first far as I know being at WM2000.

    Cool, awesome, fitting cover art for the Randy Savage set. Can’t wait for its release!!!

    • LP1 says:

      Mr. T and Lawrence Taylor main evented WrestleManias in the past without having any prior matches. The difference between them and Ronda is if Ronda main events WrestleMania next year, by that point she would have been a member of the active roster for a full year. It’s not about who deserves the spot, it’s about who’s gonna draw the most money. If wrestling was based around which wrestlers deserve a spot, the business would be drastically different today.

      • Anan Khalique says:

        The past was a different time. Things were done differently. But I still didn’t agree with Mr.T & LT closing out WM. It makes WM a joke when someone who hasn’t had enough matches closing out the biggest show of the year for the company.

        And of course it’s about who deserves to close out WM as it should. WM should rightly be a ppv card that you have to earn your place to be on, ESPECIALLY the closing match which SHOULD be reserved for the RR winner. Yeah there were 2 RRs so 2 winners this year and probably every year after. But that can be decided by a coin flip or better yet fan reaction and whichever match gets the better stronger fan reaction closes WM.

        Rousey’s signed a 3yr contract. It could at some point be extended or she could get a new one or neither. Idk if she’ll compete full time on TV and/or PPV nor am I saying she has to. At least till she’s experienced enough to compete full time I’m not sure she’s going to. But would it really be fair, justified, right, etc for Rousey especially as inexperienced as she is, in only her 2nd WM to close the show when wrestlers like AJ Styles, Kane haven’t yet after how many years of wrestling in/out of WWE? So far she’s only had a few appearances and ONE MATCH. How many WMs did the following names compete in before they closed WM:
        HBK (8)
        Mick Foley (4) AFTER he lost the career match a month earlier at NWO2000
        HHH (5)
        The Rock (3)
        Kurt Angle (4)
        Stone Cold (3)
        The Undertaker (6) maybe would’ve 7 if he competed at WM10.
        John Cena (2) didn’t/don’t agree with it but considering the career he’s had, no longer have a problem with it anymore.

        As for money drawing, I do agree with you here as they’ll do whatever to draw money bc they’re a business and like any business will do whatever to survive and stay in business. But I believe there’s a good amount of women both deserving and who could draw money. With WM36 in London, England, perfect time and place for the 1st ever Women’s WM closing match between Paige vs Charlotte and/or Asuka. But since Asuka vs Charlotte happened this year and with Paige retired (for now anyway), I think that F4W between the Horsewomen of NXT WILL draw money and consists of deserving talent. They’ve competed long enough to earn the WM closing spot and the match has been requested by fans for sometime now starting before Ronda got to WWE.

        Just my opinion.

        • LP1 says:

          Big Show was in WWE for a little over a year when he main evented WM16. Same with King Kong Bundy when he main evented WM2. Brock was in WWE for about a year when he main evented WM19. Sid was in WWE for about 9 months when he main evented WM8. Yokozuna was in WWE for only 6 months when he main evented WM9. And there were plenty of other wrestlers at the time who you can say deserved the main event spot before those guys did. It doesn’t matter how long you’ve been in the company or how long you’ve been wrestling. It’s not a lifetime achievement award. Just because you’ve been around for 10-15-20 years doesn’t mean you “deserve” the main event spot. It matters if Vince thinks you’re strong enough to draw money. That’s really what it boils down to.

          Yes, in a perfect world the best wrestlers and the one’s that are the most over with the crowd would get to main event WrestleMania, but it’s not a perfect world.

          • RabidHeat says:

            Anan and LP1, your comments have strayed way off the point because despite only just having arrived in WWE, everybody you have listed there were already at least PRO WRESTLERS. The conversation here is about celebrities who weren’t previously wrestlers coming in and main eventing WrestleMania straight away.

            LP1, I understand you were only replying to Anan, so this is more directed to him.


  10. Brandon Vendetta says:

    So Ronda Rousey has one match and makes the cover but Chyna doesn’t? Way to go WWE it makes perfect sense.

    • Shoe Face says:

      Why would wwe go out of their way to promote a deceased pornstar?

      • Brandon Vendetta says:

        Because long before she did porn she was one of the most important women to ever step in the ring. She was the very first woman Intercontinental champion is that a good enough reason for you?

        • SRB says:

          Mickie James also did pornography and is on Raw each week. Why does that never get brought up?

          • LP1 says:

            Mickie James posed for nude pics. Not porn.

            • SRB says:

              Sorry man. But theres several scenes of her online. Ive seen a few on pornhub and i just looked and they are there. Unless its not her and the video info is wrong, but it looks like her.

              • Shoe Face says:

                Mickie James did porn briefly and she was broke plus that was way before she got into pro wrestling. She’s had a much longer career as a pro wrestler and that’s what most fans will remember her for.

                Most casuals wouldn’t know she did porn, only the die hard smarks would know this stuff.

                • Brandon Vendetta says:

                  So it’s OK for WWE to have Mickie James on RAW each week even though she only briefly did porn but you ask why would WWE go out their way to promote a dead porn star(meaning Chyna). So if you are or ever were a porn star it’s OK if you are still alive but if you are a dead porn star it’s not OK? I just want to make sure I’m getting all this. What am I missing here? Are you serious Shoe Face? How is that OK in your eyes?

                  • Shoe Face says:

                    What are you not getting? Fans will always remember chyna for doing porn because that’s what she did for years (along with drugs) up until she died.

                    When it comes to mickie james, do you think fans will remember her for her wrestling career or her brief period for doing porn at the end of the day? her wrestling career of course.

                    the last thing wwe needs is bad press.

                    • Brandon Vendetta says:

                      To say that fans will always remember Chyna for doing porn is an assumption. You don’t know that for sure.

                    • Shoe Face says:

                      It’s not an assumption, she contributed more to porn than she did to pro wrestling due to her longevity in that line of work, along with drugs all the way until her death. She’s left a legacy and it’s not one wwe wants to constantly look back on.

                    • Brandon Vendetta says:

                      Now I know you are nuts sir you just confirmed it to everyone. She contributed more to porn than to WWE? OK man I think you need to get back on your meds.

                    • Shoe Face says:

                      You can call me nuts but at least I’m not in denial which is what you’re doing. What else did she do other than win the Intercontinental Championship and enter the royal rumble?

                      Her sextape with x-pac sold 100,000 units and was more successful than her wrestling career, then she continued to do more porn in the last few years of her life along with hard drugs which spun her life outta control. Seriously, how do you promote someone like that and not get bad press for it?!?

                    • Brandon Vendetta says:

                      So WWE has never promoted anybody who has got bad press before?

                    • Shoe Face says:

                      The last thing wwe needs is bad press. WWE are a family friendly program directed towards kids and teenagers … what kinda message you think they will send if they put a drug addict and pornstar on the cover of their dvd?

                      If you remember wwe did a Best of Canada dvd set featuring only Canadian wrestlers but it didn’t have Chris Benoit on it? How about we just forgive what he did and start putting his face and promoting him on dvds? ….

                    • Brandon Vendetta says:

                      OK Shoe Face then how about the Fabulous Moolah? If u want to talk about how the last thing WWE needs is bad press take her for example.Moolah pimped women out for years and did many other horrible things to alot of people. However she was put on a pedestal by WWE dispite all those horrible things she did.Not only that but she was the first woman ever to be put in the HOF.This whole argument has gone way beyond Chyna being on the cover of the dam DVD(which is what started this in the first place) Moolah despite her wrong doings was treated like royalty by the WWE and the only reason they took her name off that battle royal at Wrestle Mania is because alot of people Complained and sponsors threatened to pull out. I’m sorry but Chyna doing porn is nothing in comparison to what The Fabulous Moolah did to so many people for so many years. Somewhere the line has to be drawn as far as what’s right or wrong goes. Funny how in this argument you didn’t mention some of the more horrible wrong doings of that piece of trash Moolah or anybody else but Mickie James for that matter.

                    • Shoe Face says:

                      Moolah’s past finally caught up to her. Notice the women’s battle royale at WrestleMania got its name changed when it was originally called the Fabulous Moolah Battle Royal?

                      You obviously don’t know how promoting things work. If you want Chyna to be promoted so much, then you may as well ask WWE to induct Chris Benoit into the HOF next year.

                      Good luck, buddy

                    • Brandon Vendetta says:

                      And good luck learning to read because if you knew how you would see that I already mentioned her getting her name taken off the battle royal.

                    • Shoe Face says:

                      What Moolah did was her business. Wrestling is a ruthless business and that’s all she did, business. She kept it quiet and she certainly didnt get into porn, drugs or have overdoses whereas Chyna did which got out in the public.

                      I can’t believe how stupid you really are.

                    • Brandon Vendetta says:

                      So whoring out women is OK but porn and drugs aren’t . And you’re calling me stupid. You need professional help.

                    • RabidHeat says:

                      I go away for like 10 hours and come back to see Brandon’s still boring everyone, lol.

                    • Brandon Vendetta says:

                      Shut up dummy there’s a new article up today go troll that Paige.

                    • RabidHeat says:

                      page *

                      Lol, was that a Freudian slip while you were perving over Paige clips along with your Sable footage?

                    • Brandon Vendetta says:

                      Actually I was Perving over pictures of your wife.

                    • RabidHeat says:

                      Strange and disturbing comment for somebody who pretends that I’m the problem on here. Again … is this comment acceptable?

                    • Shoe Face says:

                      Yes you are stupid with this unhealthy obsession that you have.

                • LP1 says:

                  Except she didn’t. Read my above post.

                  • Shoe Face says:

                    is that why her sextape with x-pac sold over 100,000 copies?

                    • LP1 says:

                      This is why the layout of these comments need to be fixed. You can’t tell who is commenting on which comment. I was talking about Mickie James. There’s been a video going around for years with a girl that resembles her, but it’s obvious it’s not her at all.

              • LP1 says:

                Yeah she never did porn. She only posed nude for several magazines. The videos that are online claiming to be her are fake. It’s just a girl that looks like her. But a lot of people fall for it and are gonna believe it’s her no matter what you tell them.

        • Shoe Face says:

          her wrestling career ended long ago that fans today remember her legacy for doing porn. And with wwe being a family friendly show, they won’t promote people who have done porn or any non PG acts. Why do you think she was not inducted into the wwe hof?

          • Brandon Vendetta says:

            Well we all know that’s why she’s not in the HOF but does that mean she should never show up on any WWE DVD again? Alundra Blaze is on the cover of the DVD and she threw the WWE women’s title In the garbage on Nitro and she was forgiven right? I know doing porn is a worse crime but come on. It would be nice if WWE would forgive Chyna too.

            • Anan Khalique says:

              Especially if they’ll forgive Hogan for his verbal actions that got him as erased as possible from WWE but now forgiven enough that he may return.

            • RabidHeat says:

              And to think Mr Vendetta made me out to be the trouble maker on the last article. Just look at the crap he’s causing in this thread. His comments are in equal measures irritating, yet boring. That’s quite an achievement.

              He also hasn’t addressed the fact that Chyna is given credit in the synopsis (where she is described as a “trailblazer”, no less) and there is a strong chance of her being on the back cover.

              – R.P.

              • Brandon Vendetta says:

                Yeah make me out to be the bad guy now Rabid Prick. The difference between me and you is I don’t go out of my way like you do to be a prick. I voice my opinion and if someone don’t agree with me that’s fine then we can argue. You on the other hand go out of your way on almost a daily basis to be a troll. And I’m sure I’m not the only one who thinks that of you.

              • Brandon Vendetta says:

                And what crap am I causing? Have you read Shoe Faces comments? You probably agree with him knowing you.

                • RabidHeat says:

                  Lol, chill Brandon, it’s all good. Come on, give us a kiss, ya big lug, you. * Mwah *


                • Wally says:

                  Shoe Face has a point actually. WWE are a PG product. There’s no way WWE can promote Chyna after all the damage she did to herself and her life the last few years (porn, drugs, overdosing). It’s ok to add a few of her matches but having her face on covers it’s something entirely different.

        • LP1 says:

          And that was the beginning of the end for the Intercontinental Title meaning what it once did.

  11. David says:

    Stephanie and the Bella Twins are waste of space on the cover. The women’s revolution started in spite of Total Divas. Sherri Martel, Chyna and even Sable had more impact in WWE then Steph and the Bellas.

    Steph just loves to attach her name to everything about making HERstory.

    • Lachy says:

      All Sable ever did was strut around half naked. What did she ever do to get the women’s division rolling?!?

      • Brandon Vendetta says:

        She did absolutely nothing to get the women’s division rolling but her strutting around half naked makes up for it in my book. I’m sorry but Sable was hot and still is. Brock Lesnar is a very lucky man in that regard.

        • RabidHeat says:

          What a mature comment. Did you say you’re 37? Because you sound like a pervy 12 year old here. I bet you still have all your Divas DVDs.

          • Brandon Vendetta says:

            Don’t own not one divas DVD prick. So as far as mature goes screw you. Just shut up little boy you are not going to win this one.

            • Brandon Vendetta says:

              Yeah my comment is immature but you trolling this website everyday isn’t? Give me a break dummy.

              • RabidHeat says:

                Now now, Brandon. We don’t use the word “dummy” anymore as it was a mean-spirited slur used against people with down’s syndrome in the ’50s. Both you and Eli Drake need to move into this century.

            • RabidHeat says:

              I’m not trying to “win” anything though Brandy-Boy; it’s only you that has the mentality of having to “win” arguments to feel you’re worth anything. I couldn’t care less. I just find you unintentionally hilarious and entertaining.

              • Brandon Vendetta says:

                And I find you to be nothing but an annoying prick and a troll. Kisses and hugs sweetie. Do the world a favor and kill yourself

                • RabidHeat says:

                  You tell people to “kill” themselves online, yet I’m the “troll”?

                  Seriously, if this guy encouraging me to take my own life isn’t enough to get him banned off this site, what is?

                  • Brandon Vendetta says:

                    Yeah the biggest troll can dish it out but he can’t take it. Typical. Just please do us all a favor Rabid Prick go drink some draino and end your miserable existence.

                    • RabidHeat says:

                      You say “dish it out”, but when have I ever dished out anything even approaching incitements of suicide or comments about peoples’ wives? You have just proven on this page that you are ten times lower than me as a human being, so well done.

                    • Daniel Bee says:

                      Brandon, Rabid – move on to the next article and keep it on topic please, no more arguing.

                      I wouldn’t like to put two longtime readers like yourselves on comment moderation. This behaviour is potentially ruining the commenting experience for others. Let’s move past it.

                    • RabidHeat says:

                      Even though I haven’t issued any encouragements to commit suicide or letched at somebody’s wife like Brandon, I will acquiesce to your request Daniel. Conversation over on my part; I won’t comment in this thread again.

        • RabidHeat says:

          I love how “strutting around half naked” makes up for not helping the division in your book. Shows what an idiot you are right there. If nakedness is all you’re after, go to the comments section of a porn site. This page is for wrestling fans.

  12. Erik says:

    I’ll definitely be buying a copy of this upcoming 3-disc DVD set.

    But, it’s such a travesty that The Fabulous Moolah, Sensational Sherri,
    Chyna and Ivory aren’t on the cover.

    There are way too many current WWE female superstars on that cover.

    Stephanie McMahon certainly shouldn’t have been included on the cover.

    There are numerous others that are on the cover that shouldn’t have been included on the cover either.

  13. Shoe Face says:

    Pass! I won’t be picking up this waste of space.

  14. Darling Violet says:

    I wonder if the first I Quit Match between Beth Phoenix and Melinda will be included on the match listing.

  15. Magnus says:

    And what has Ronda done for Women’s Wrestling? Why is she on the cover? UFC reject

    • RabidHeat says:

      Because she is the most talked about thing in the division at the moment, whether you like it or not.

  16. Ricardo Aguilera says:

    And I bet anything Trish Stratus vs Lita from raw 2004 is going to be on here as well

  17. Ricardo Aguilera says:

    Hopefully Trish Stratus vs Victoria hardcore match from survivor series 2002 will be on it and Lita vs Stephanie McMahon with the rock as special referee from raw 2000 that was the first time it was an women’s match that main evented at raw not Trish Stratus vs Lita from raw 2004 it’s on the network check it out and hopefully at least some footage and matches and highlights from Chyna are showing

  18. Ricardo Aguilera says:

    Chyna deserves to be in the cover a**holes

    • Shoe Face says:

      why would wwe advertise a pornstar who did hard drugs in her final years of her life and eventually overdosed? last thing wwe wants is bad press.

  19. andemoine winrow says:

    The cover looks great. Why isn’t CHYNA and Ivory on the cover?

  20. RabidHeat says:

    I’m betting there was an initial draft of this cover with the Fabulous Moolah that obviously needed amending at the last minute, haha.

  21. Anthony says:

    We know there will be lots of repeats on the women’s set. What are the odds of a couple of never before seen bouts?

  22. LP1 says:

    Daniel that’s Wendi Richter on the cover, not Sensational Sherri.

    Also gotta love that Stephanie has a spot on the cover. The “pioneer” of the women’s evolution who, during her run as head of the writing team, pushed such groundbreaking women’s matches like the annual Thanksgiving Gravy Bowl match, the Playboy Pillow Fight, the Lingerie Battle Royal, the WrestleMania 19 Cat Fight and so many other matches that pushed women’s wrestling to the next level.

    • SRB says:

      You took the words right out of my mouth, and I’ve said similar things here before. Women’s wrestling has been around for a really long time and WWE are acting as if they invented it. I wonder if the clip of Trish undressing in the ring and then barking like a dog will make the cut? Or, Vince and Torrie trying to find a closet to make out in?

    • David says:

      Stephanie is the reason women exist in the world today so of course we have to have the messiah and creator of women’s wrestling gracing the cover. Wouldn’t be surprised if all the comments on the DVD from other women will just be kissing her ass about how she started it all and without her women’s wrestling wouldn’t exist in WWE today.

      WWE are a bunch of hypocrites, they love to push and shove down people’s throat about how their women doing great things and breaking barriers, yet are doing a HUGE network show in Saudi Arabia, a country with backward ass of basic human rights and women treated like absolute trash – one of the worst countries in the world. Just proves women’s revolution is nothing more than a PR stunt for Stephanie to attach her name to.

      • SRB says:

        David, great point about Saudi Arabia, which will likely deliver more than Wrestlemania did: “This is awful!” Enabling and rewarding this kind of obvious discrimination against a gender by having a huge event there hardly seems to fit WWE’s recent advocating and push of female performers. I don’t care if they travel somewhere and are forced to meet guidelines, that I get, but when you push the women’s revolution left and right, this seems very counterproductive. People online have defended it by saying it’s their culture or are misinformed by saying there was a match there last year, which is incorrect. Human rights should be the same regardless of location. I’m certainly no “male feminist,” but agree WWE are being hypocritical to say the least.

  23. SRB says:

    More than likely just an attempt to sell more copies, but I’m unsure if someone like Rousey deserves to have such a prime spot on the cover after having only one match.

  24. RabidHeat says:

    “From trailblazers like Alundra Blayze and Chyna… to pioneers like Lita and Trish Stratus… all the way to today’s awe-inspiring athletes such as Charlotte, Sasha Banks, Bayley, Alexa Bliss, and Asuka”

    I LOVE how they (rightly) don’t even mention the purgatory of the Kelly Kelly years in the synopsis! 🙂

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