Saturday, April 1, 2017

My plans for the WWE Women's Division


Women's Championship
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By Kevin Hunsperger
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Allow me to do a little fantasy booking with WrestleMania and the Women's Division. I know the likelihood of any of this actually happening is nil, but I had fun coming up with a plan that I know WWE could easily execute. I'm no booker, so I'd have to rely on WWE Creative to fill in the gaps of my plan.

Asuka
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It all starts with NXT Saturday night before WrestleMania 33. Asuka drops the Women's Championship to Ember Moon. Later in the night we see Shane McMahon and Daniel Bryan speaking to the former champion backstage. Fast forward to Sunday at WrestleMania and just before the Women's Championship match, Bryan announces that Asuka has agreed to the terms of a SmackDown Live contract and has joined the roster. She goes on to win the title that night.

Charlotte Flair
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The Raw Women's Championship match comes down to Bayley and Charlotte Flair. Charlotte pulls off the win and regains the gold. The next night on Raw, Charlotte vows to never lose the Women's Championship and talks about how she's the most dominant female of all time. Cue Daniel Bryan's music. He and Shane McMahon come to the ring along with the new SmackDown Live Women's champ, Asuka. 

At some point during the back and forth, Stephanie makes her way to the ring too. Daniel gets to his point and lays down a challenge. A best of seven series between Charlotte and Asuka to unify the Women's Championship. The winning brand's champion then gets the women's division exclusively on their show.

Courtesy: WWE
Steph and Charolette finally accept and the matches will rotate between Raw and SmackDown Live. Of course we'll go to seven matches, with the championship to be determined either at Money in the Bank (because I'll be there) or a special event that features matches from both brands so there's no 'home field advantage'. During the course of the series, Charlotte reforms the Four Horsemen to help run interference. Sasha Banks (who works better as a heel IMO), Nia Jax and Natalya make up the new group. Stephanie "buys" Nattie's contract out from under the noses of Bryan and Shane.

Honestly, I don't really care who wins it all, I just want to see the women all on the same brand to offer more variety of matches, especially on Raw shows. 


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