You don’t want to make him mad. There are a lot of influential people in WWE and some of those people are more influential than others. On occasion, you find someone whose statements can change things in the blink of an eye and that is the kind of thing that you have to notice. If someone that important isn’t happy in WWE, it can cause some shakeups. WWE may have angered someone they wish they hadn’t.

Just shy of five years ago, women’s wrestling changed forever in the form of the Women’s Revolution. The moment changed everything, but it was not the first time that women mattered in wrestling. There were several women who brought women’s wrestling a long way and they deserve some attention. WWE tried to do that for Women’s History month but one name was left out, and a legend wasn’t happy.

On Monday, WWE released a gallery of forty five former Women’s Champions. Michelle McCool was not on the list and brought it up on Twitter and complained about the situation, saying that while she had nothing against the people on the list, she belonged on it as well. WWE has since updated the list to include McCool and a few others, but Undertaker, McCool’s husband, commented via Twitter, saying “too little, too late”.

McCool had a heck of a career. Check out some of her highlights:

Opinion: Come on WWE. I know there are bigger names than McCool in the company’s history, but you can get her on the 45 best champions in the history of the women’s division? I looked through the list and there were names that actually made my eyebrows go up, due to a combination of forgetting that they existed and being astounded that they were considered better than McCool. Ignoring the Undertaker part of the whole situation, McCool is better/more important than a lot of the past champions and it’s rather absurd to think that she shouldn’t make such a list.

What did you think of McCool? Who is the best Women’s Champion of all time? Let us know in the comments below.

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