She has a point. The Women’s Revolution has changed a lot of things about the way women’s wrestling works both in WWE and beyond. With so many talented wrestlers in the company today, it can be interesting to see which combination WWE chooses on every occasion. However, sometimes the choices are not going to be popular with everyone and that is the case again.
We are approaching six years since the WWE Women’s Revolution officially began and that means the original stars have been around for quite a long time now. They have all had their share of success, but there comes a point where some fresh blood is needed. We are probably at that point now, meaning someone new needs to step up. One of the biggest questions is who will do it, and one current Monday Night Raw star thinks it should be her.
She isn’t happy. Check out one of Monday Night Raw’s women venting some frustration:
During this week’s edition of Raw Talk, Peyton Royce spoke about how she was tired of having everyone else take spots before her. Royce talked about how current Raw Women’s Champion Asuka is currently injured and that means a spot has opened up. She asked why she is not the one who is getting a chance for that spot while the same people get the chance over and over. Royce said she was destined to be here and wanted to face Asuka. Royce last wrestled on Monday Night Raw on February 15 and has faced Asuka twice in singles matches, losing both times in less than six minutes combined.
Opinion: This makes sense as Royce is someone who has not yet gotten her big breakout singles moment. Almost her entire career has been spent in a tag team and with Becky Lynch gone and Asuka injured, there are spots open. I can understand her being annoyed at Charlotte getting the spot again, as that has seemed to be the case for a long time now. I’m not sure if it will work, but it is certainly worth trying.
Thomas Hall has been a wrestling fan for over thirty years and has seen over 50,000 wrestling matches. He has also been a wrestling reviewer since 2009 with over 5,000 full shows covered. You can find his work at kbwrestlingreviews.com, or check out his- Amazon author page with 30 wrestling books.
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