Hey, ladies! I got a column I think you'll want to look at. It's an article by VanillaSky, called "The Real Evolution", and it's not about the stable, it's about the changing face of the female wrestlers in the WWE and the women's championship. Once you read it, you'll (probably) gain more respect for it's holders, even Stephanie McMahon!
When you're done, you can share your opinions of the article on this thread, and you can also send them through private messages to VanillaSky. Vanilla made sure I pitched it to you gals, and I think it's worth it. Trust me, it has to be read to be believed. Let the man know what you think.
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It's a good article, and it brought up some trivia I didn't know about (Moolah held the belt for 28 *years*?). However, I don't see any mention of Chyna in that article - and, at least for WWF/WWE purposes, she was classified as a "woman", whether or not she was a "division killer".
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I would only mention Chyna in an article such as that as an example of a woman who did nothing to further the cause of other female wrestlers.
For all of Joanie's "feminist" posturing, she wasn't interested in making women look good. She was only interested in making herself look good. She only believed in equal rights for women in the business as pertained to herself. *AND* she wasn't half the worker of a Jazz or Molly Holly. Not half.
And she made watching Chris Jericho lame for a while, too. Boo on her. BOO!
Good question. I would have to say it was a devious formula that got me hooked. First, enter the boys I hung out with. I was a tomboy, go figure, so I hung out with a lot of boys and they watched wrestling. Wasn't *that* into it but dealt with it.