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15 WWE Divas Who Should Have Never Stepped Foot In A Ring

Over the last year the WWE has finally begun to treat their female wrestlers with the respect they deserve in a meaningful manner. After the hashtag, give divas a chance, went viral and it became increasingly difficult to ignore the will of their audience, the so-called Divas Revolution began. When WrestleMania 32 came around at long last female performers were referred to as simply women yet again, after years of the far more condescending term Divas and things are looking pretty great.

In light of that, it could be pretty easy to forget how sad and unqualified the women who made their way to the ring once were. During the heyday of the Divas division, WWE put a far greater premium on hiring women for how they look in photo shoots than what they could actually do in the ring. Even during the much-vaulted era of Trish Stratus, Lita and the like, they shared their locker room with some women who had no business lacing up wrestling boots. Those are the women we’ll be looking at today.

15 Candice Michelle

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14 Stephanie McMahon

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13 Sable

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12 Stacy Keibler

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11 JoJo

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10 Aksana

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9 Stacy “The Kat” Carter

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8 Debra

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7 Torrie Wilson

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6 Cameron

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5 Rosa Mendes

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4 Eva Marie

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3 Ashley Massaro

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2 Jackie Gayda

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1 Kelly Kelly

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When you go by the name Kelly Kelly and your utterly uncreative label isn’t the worst part of your act something is horribly wrong. Brought to television to perform stripteases on the relaunched ECW brand, Kelly spent some time dancing on our screens before inexplicably becoming one of the WWE’s most popular female performers. If we didn’t know better, we’d think that the so-called WWE universe was under some sort of mass hypnosis to not see through how ill-equipped for the role she was. Unable to even run the ropes in a non-embarrassing fashion, there was not a single movement she made while “wrestling” that looked right. Hell, we wouldn’t have been the least bit surprised if she tripped over her own feet but she felt the need to attempt advanced wrestling moves like skinning the cat with predictably dreadful outcomes.

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