WWE Mexican Latin

Mexican and Latin American women who held a WWE title

Earlier today, during a global press conference for Sunday’s NXT TakeOver: In Your House, WWE posted a tweet claiming Raquel Gonzalez was the “first Mexican and Latin American woman to win a WWE title”. Women’s wrestling fans took to Twitter in hard disagreement, citing the names of other Latin and Mexican women who have also held a WWE title. And while we applaud Gonzalez for … Continue reading Mexican and Latin American women who held a WWE title

WWE Divas Champion

Ranking every WWE Divas Champion from worst to best

Last week, WWE celebrated the five-year anniversary of the start of the Women’s Evolution. In July of 2015, this watershed moment marked the end of what many consider a low point in women’s wrestling, the Divas Era. Incidentally, WWE crowned the inaugural Divas Champion 12 years ago today. During the brand extension, WWE established the Divas Championship as a SmackDown exclusive title because the Women’s Champion was … Continue reading Ranking every WWE Divas Champion from worst to best

AJ Lee to co-write new GLOW comic series

This fall, former WWE Divas Champion, AJ Lee, will co-write a new GLOW comic book series with actress, Aimee Garcia. According to The Hollywood Reporter, IDW Publishing will produce “GLOW vs. The Babyface” with returning artist, Hannah Templer. She worked on the initial series centered around the Netflix show, which hit the shelves earlier this year. In the new four-part series, the Gorgeous Ladies of … Continue reading AJ Lee to co-write new GLOW comic series

The ten best women’s SummerSlam matches

SummerSlam is upon us. The annual show is one of WWE’s original “Big Four” pay-per-view events. It’s considered the second biggest event of their calendar year, behind WrestleMania. “The Biggest Party of the Summer” debuted at Madison Square Garden on Aug. 29, 1988. Since it has hosted some of the greatest moments in WWE history. If WrestleMania can be considered a season finale of sorts, … Continue reading The ten best women’s SummerSlam matches

AJ Lee

AJ Lee contributes to The Child Mind Institute’s #MyYoungerSelf campaign

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Since 1949, May has been used as a time to educate the public on matters regarding mental illness. To spread awareness, The Child Mind Institute created the #MyYoungerSelf campaign. For this campaign, the Institute releases a different homemade video everyday from a celebrity where they address their younger self – and children across the globe – on how to … Continue reading AJ Lee contributes to The Child Mind Institute’s #MyYoungerSelf campaign