WWE has made history this week by pulling off a unique feature in their programming. Never before in the history of the company it has happened that we have got three consecutive nights featuring the women superstars in the main event spot which happened this week.

Not only in the WWE but also in the whole pro wrestling circuit, such incident has never taken place. This just indicates how far the women’s revolution has reached. The company has been kept pushing this woman segment into the limelight and they have earned a name for themselves with their incredible talents.

The series of women’s main events began with this week’s edition of Monday Night Raw. We have seen a first-ever gauntlet match featuring the female athletes of the locker room. Only the champion, Alexa Bliss did not compete in it since the contest was made to determine the number one contender for the title. Sasha Banks made history by winning the bout.

The following night on Tuesday Night Smackdown Live, the rematch for the Money in the Bank contest took place in the main event slot. Five women brought the house down with weapons in their hand under No DQ rules. Carmella turned out to be the winner to create history, again.

The series continued with last night’s WWE NXT event, as well as two women featured in the finishing segment. It was the champion, Asuka who defended the championship against Nikki Cross. It was not any ordinary match but rather a Last Man Standing match.

It is interesting to note that this incredible fact was left unnoticed by the pro-wrestling circuit. Usually, WWE promotes this type of accolades earned by the Women’s division. However, this time it was an exception which indicates that it has become quite a regular thing to witness the female performers in the main event.

Also, this milestone was achieved in a time slot where the wrestling show named GLOW airs on Netflix. In case you don’t know, the show is oriented with the pro wrestling circuit.

Back in the year 2015, WWE had started the Divas Revolution which later became the Women’s Revolution at Wrestlemania 32. We have seen various gimmick matches like Hell in a Cell, Tables Match, Steel Cage and more in the past. This should grow day by day with the incredible female talents that WWE has right now.


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