In the last episode of Friday Night Smackdown, which aired Friday night, we saw the start of both tournaments dedicated to the king and queen of the McMahon-owned company, with the brand new Queen's Crown Tournament in the history of the federation number one in the world of pro wrestling, which thus began to the delight of WWE's female fans.
The first matches we witnessed, however, were not acclaimed loudly by the WWE Universe and apparently not even by critics and insiders, with several sites in the sector, which at the moment are reporting news that is still quite fragmented on the matter.
to the resentment that would exist within the company circles, especially in the female sector.
Is the WWE's female roster angry about booking?
After years of female "revolution" at WWE, it seems that at the moment things are not going in the best way for women, with several storylines that end up in a dead end and with several characters that are left in oblivion, to always bring out the usual 3-4 athletes per roster.
As reported in the last few hours by the well-known site with its podcast, the Fightful Select, there would be different frustration within the WWE women's roster, with the reporters of the overseas site who in fact reported: "We have heard that there is a significant frustration of the talents and the staff regarding the booking that the women's division has been having for some time and that would have been found for multiple situations."
Apparently, even the first rounds of the tournament dedicated to the future Queen of the WWE, haven't been welcomed by the roster of the company, with some defeats that seem to be quite senseless, like that of Liv Morgan, which has reached a rather "dull" point of the story of her character right in the Smackdown ring and that with this victory she could have bypassed a dead end and instead, once again, she is stopped by the WWE, to bring out other athletes.
We'll see in the coming weeks if the whole thing was built to stage something more important by the WWE management or if once again the plans are changed again and again, to then have a nothing done in hand. Lita's last televised WWE appearance came back in 2018.
First, she competed at the Evolution pay-per-view, where she and Trish Stratus defeated Mickie James and Alicia Fox. The next night on WWE RAW, she teamed up with Stratus, Natalya, Sasha Banks and Bayley to defeat James, Fox, and The Riott Squad.