The Women Who Truly Started the Divas Revolution

Trish Stratus & Lita

There has been much debate about which divas were the ones that started the Divas Revolution. Was it Team Bella (The Bella Twins (Nikki & Brie) & Alicia Fox), Team B.A.D. (Naomi, Tamina & Sasha Banks) or the recently-imploded Team PCB (Paige, current WWE Divas Champion Charlotte & Becky Lynch)? The answer to that is none of the above. While the term “Divas Revolution” was not officially coined until this year, the Divas Revolution was started way before the term existed. WWE Hall of Fame women like Alundra Blayze, The Fabulous Moolah, Lita, Mae Young, Sensational Sherri, Sunny, Trish Stratus and Wendi Richter are the ones who truly started the Divas Revolution because let’s face it, without these women, there would be no Divas Revolution.…

Mae Young Passes Away

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Johnnie Mae Young, who wrestled under the name Mae Young, has passed away at the age of 90. Mae Young began her wrestling career at age 15 and went on to compete for an amazing nine consecutive decades. She was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2008. During her acceptance speech, she told the entire world that she planned on competing in a wrestling match on her 100th birthday. Due to the fact that she competed in a few more matches after her induction, as well as her years of competing, I am convinced that she was not joking about having that match on her 100th birthday. Out of all the women that have competed in the wrestling world, Mae Young, in my opinion, is by far the strongest and toughest woman in history. No matter what her age was over the years, she could still kick anybody’s ass on any given day. Mae Young has, without a doubt, paved the way for many of the women we see in the wrestling world today. This inspirational woman and everything she has done will most definitely be missed.…

WWE Raw 3-4-13 Review

Raw went “Old School” last night. Everything was “Old School” from the announcer and referee uniforms to all the stage settings. These sorts of things definitely take me back to when I was a kid. A lot of “Old School” superstars were on hand as well. These superstars included WWE Hall of Famers Gene Okerlund, Ric Flair, Dusty Rhodes, Sgt. Slaughter, Hacksaw Jim Duggan, “The Million Dollar Man” Ted DiBiase, etc. The show began with the return of The Undertaker, who made his way out into the arena to signify a match at WrestleMania 29. Sheamus, Big Show, Randy Orton, and CM Punk all stated their cases for facing The Undertaker at WrestleMania. Raw Managing Supervisor Vickie Guerrero decided to make a Fatal 4-Way Match to determine which one of the 4 men would face Undertaker at WrestleMania. Cm Punk ended up getting the win; therefore, it will be Undertaker vs. Punk at WrestleMania. Also, it was the 90th birthday of WWE Hall of Famer Mae Young. In a WWE.COM Exclusive video, she was presented a replica of the WWE Divas Championship with her nameplate on it as a birthday gift from both WWE Chief Operating Officer Triple H and …