Well it looks like RAW will have the best womens matches, as the only talent woman in the womens division for Smackdown is Ivory. (Is she just going to pummel Torrie Wilson and Staci every week?) However I think on the whole the split is both good and bad for the womens division. On the bad side, when they finally were starting to get a large enough, working division for womens wrestling to flourish, they split it up. Personally I think they should have left the division alone and had them compete on both shows. BUT--if their purpose is to develop more womens storylines and have more than one match per show, then I would have to say this is a plus. If we actually get to see massive heel beat downs, introduction of new talent, and even womens alliances (instead of team-ups that are here one week and gone the next), then this will be a major plus for the division.
Any thoughts? It would seem they would have to bring more competitors in for Smackdown in order for Ivory to have someone to challenge. With the way she is looking right now (DAMN fine) it would be a waste not to use her.
I don't know how I feel about that. I mean, as of now, the WWF is putting more effort into the Women's division than the Light Heavyweight division, and that just doesn't sit right with me. If the WWF women were flying and kicking ass like the women in Japan, cool, but th way things are now... To quote the horse-guy from Ren & Stimpy, "No sir... I don't like it!"
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I would rather see Jazz and Ivory stay as a team and squash the non-wrestling divas. That could possibly open up the introduction of a new face diva for Vince to bring to Smackdown. (While we're back on that topic, how about that female wrestler in the Extreme Right Guard commercial where the skinny guy gets beat up? That chick, whoever she was, looked like she could possibly be believable in the ring even though she's only shown for a few seconds.)
does anyone know who she is??? there is another girl in that commercial who kindof looked like tygress with haile barry's haircut. who is she??? I'm thinking they are just actresses/stunt women since no one has really said anything about them before. I think vince will probably bring victoria on to SD soon. Or do an angle where sharmell tries to interview Jazz or Ivory and gets roped into doing matches. plus, since whoever is the champion does both shows, they could do title switches that would put dump the loser on SD for a while and keep rotating the women around both shows.
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The lady (at least the white one) in that commercial is Nikki Fuller, a semi-decent looking female bodybuilder, at least better looking than Nicole Bass. She does look convincing in that commercial though.
>Well it looks like RAW will have the best womens matches, >as the only talent woman in the womens division for >Smackdown is Ivory. (Is she just going to pummel Torrie >Wilson and Staci every week?)
Seeing that she's the only real wrestler on Smackdown, I get the feeling that they're planning on putting Ivory into a manager role like Torrie and Stacy have been. Otherwise, like you said, who is she going to fight?
Of course, the problem then is, what is Jazz supposed to do when she's on Smackdown. Man, I really don't see why Jazz needs to be on both shows, other then it makes the WWF look bad if Triple H is the only one, since bother are the champions. I mean, why can't they have the women on Raw, and the Cruiserweights on Smackdown like they originally planned?
What is wrong with Jazz walking to the ring floor in Smackdown and beating up Stacy just for the hell of it. The wrestler Stacy is valeting would turn and say, "WTF?", and be vulnerable to a pinning combo.
Well from the looks of Smackdown last night it seems the womens division will take a back seat on that show. I just don't understand why they had to put Ivory there if she is undoubtedly one of the most talented in the division. I think it does make more sense if they add a couple women in there to make some decent competition.
It looks like they just called someone up for the women's division.
Is she one of the old Nitro Girls?
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Ok, I'm an idiot. I keep hearing about this Nidia person. Can someone tell me who she is and where she comes from?
Yes I believe Sharmell was with Kwee Wee. For awhile there was another African American girl in the WCW that Booker T rolled with. She was billed as a huge girl who could take on guys. Forget her name though, but Jazz very much reminds me of her.
Originally posted by deadbeaterWhat is wrong with Jazz walking to the ring floor in Smackdown and beating up Stacy just for the hell of it. The wrestler Stacy is valeting would turn and say, "WTF?", and be vulnerable to a pinning combo.
It would get incredible boring seeing her just beat up people all the time, just like Brock Lesnar is right now. I HATE run-ins.
EDIT: evilwaldo, IIRC, Sharmell was called "Paisley" in WCW. And DMC, Nidia was the First female Tough Enough Winner. If you were watching when Maven had his first matches against Tazz, she came out with him, and helped him get his first win.
On last weeks SD and RAW, did anyone spot some more subtle tributes to the fallen? Things the audience might not catch, I mean. I wondered if Storm's "Woooo!" was not such a tribute to Stu through his son.