The Bella Twins, Nikki and Brie Bella, have recently slammed WWE for not featuring any of the women from the Women’s Revolution at the RAW 30th Anniversary show. The show, which aired on January 22nd, was a celebration of the 30th anniversary of the longest running weekly episodic television show in history.
The Bella Twins, who have been a part of the WWE since 2007, took to Twitter to express their disappointment in the lack of representation of the women’s revolution at the show. Nikki wrote, “It’s sad that not one woman from the Women’s Revolution was featured on #RAW30. We’ve come so far. #GiveDivasAChance”. Brie followed up with her own tweet, saying, “It’s a shame that not one woman from the Women’s Revolution was featured on #RAW30. We’ve come so far. #GiveDivasAChance”.
The Women’s Revolution, which began in 2015, has seen the WWE’s female superstars become more than just eye candy. They have become legitimate athletes and have been given more time and opportunities to showcase their talents. The Women’s Revolution has also seen the introduction of the Women’s Championship, the first ever Women’s Royal Rumble, and the first ever Women’s Money in the Bank match.
The Bella Twins’ tweets have sparked a debate on social media, with many fans agreeing with the twins and expressing their disappointment in the lack of representation of the Women’s Revolution at the show. Many fans have also pointed out that the show featured a number of male superstars from the past, including Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock, and Triple H, but no female superstars from the Women’s Revolution.
The Bella Twins’ tweets have also sparked a response from WWE, with the company releasing a statement saying, “We are proud of the accomplishments of the Women’s Revolution and the progress that has been made in the last few years. We are committed to continuing to provide opportunities for our female Superstars and look forward to celebrating their successes in the future.”
The Bella Twins’ tweets have certainly sparked a conversation about the lack of representation of the Women’s Revolution at the RAW 30th Anniversary show. It remains to be seen if WWE will take any action to ensure that the Women’s Revolution is properly represented in the future.