The team discuss the Four Horsewomen of NXT and how they have changed the wrestling industry for the better.
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There was a time when many argued that WWE had no regard for their female talent.
In the 1990’s to early 2000’s, the women of WWE were nothing more than eye candy to many.
This was until 2012 when NXT was reinvented into WWE’s unofficial ‘third brand’. Soon after this, things started to change for women’s wrestling.
Enter the Four Horsewomen of NXT: Charlotte Flair, Sasha Banks, Becky Lynch and Bayley.
The ‘Women’s Revolution’ in WWE was more than just a generic catchphrase used by Stephanie McMahon to promote numerous moments and matches that were described as ‘groundbreaking’ or ‘first-time-ever’ or ‘historic’ for their female superstars. It was the Four Horsewomen themselves that raised the bar in terms of in-ring-talent and storytelling that has shown that anything their male counterparts could do, they could do it even better.
Add in the fact that all of them have won multiple championships over the course of their WWE careers, they have established themselves as veterans and pioneers of the wrestling industry.
David H and the panel look into the career progression of each of the Four Horsewomen, their journey from NXT to the main roster and how they revolutionised women’s wrestling in the WWE and all over the world.
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