Bengaluru, Jan 31: We are no more in those days when the WWE female roster was used to woo the male audience.
Rather we are in a 'Women's revolution' Era where the female athletes also compete in special matches like Hell in a Cell, Tables, No Disqualification and more.
So, it's definitely hard to believe someone taking a shot to the female superstars in a meaner way.
Cara Maria, an MTV personality posted a tweet few days ago showing her disgust to the WWE's female athletes where she called them strippers.
She said that due to the in-ring attires, it is difficult to distinguish between the strippers and the women wrestlers.
The tweet was posted in a mean way and went viral among the WWE fans who found it disrespectful.
Is it a requirement for @wwe women to dress and act like strippers? I cant tell any of them apart. Try something new ladies 🙄— Cara Maria (@CaraMariaMTV) January 24, 2017
She did not forget to mention the accomplishments of a female WWE superstar, as well. The fans welcomed this tweet from the anti-Diva of the WWE.
But we are just strippers. What do I know?... https://t.co/zeALqCU2z7— PAIGE (@RealPaigeWWE) January 25, 2017
Yet.. we do everything in our power off the stripper pole to empower women/men, encourage female athletes, work with charities.. https://t.co/zeALqCU2z7— PAIGE (@RealPaigeWWE) January 25, 2017
The female superstars have to wear their in-ring attires to keep their agility going inside the ring. The tweet indicates the fact that someone like Cara Maria has no idea about women's wrestling.
This also was a cheap way to find stardom by talking about a company whose fanbase is spread all over the world.
The women's revolution is a brilliant idea penciled by WWE which has been able to inspire millions of females all over the world and also opened a new direction to the women's wrestling.
Third day down of physical therapy. Feeling great 💪🏻💪🏻💪🏻💪🏻🙏🏻😍 pic.twitter.com/qY6VfQ4BXM— PAIGE (@RealPaigeWWE) January 25, 2017
She is not scheduled to be back at least until Wrestlemania. The span might get extended to the Summerslam season, as well.