No one could argue that she is a very beautifull woman, but I think it is commonly accepted hat she is not a great talent. Every wrestler needs three elements to make it big: 1) the look, 2) the in ring ability, and 3) mic skills. Sadly I find that K2 has gotten by this far all on #1. She did show promise for a while, on SD in a short storyline with Edge and Vicky n’ Dolf. Then it…. went away? Complain all you will, but the Divas are talented women, and what they are lacking can be worked up and polished. For that to happen, we can all agree that they need more than 3 min of air time per show to develope and grow.
For the Knockouts on TNA/Impact (or whatever it’s called now) many of them are in the same boat as K2. They look amazing, but it ends there. At least the Knockouts get more air time than the Divas, but TNA is guilty of treating them the same as they do a lot of thier very tallented roster.
Come to think of it, WWE and TNA have the same problem: bad booking. Cut back on the complex, 90′s era, shock and awe bs, give the talent a chance to show us what they can do, let us hear them speak so we can hear if they worth the time to become fans of or too stupid to care about, and the ones who deserve it will rise.
I am not a TNA guy at all, but respect where it is due, Samoa Joe was an asset to the company. I would watch him if he was on. So where is he now? is he even part of an angle?
On the WWE side of the coin, Daniel Bryan is one of the best in ring workers alive, and as a person in interviews is smart and funny and cool… so why is it that whenever he has the mic on the show I fall asleep?
So a toast to the Divas, cheers to the Knockouts, and a round of applause for guys on both shows who deserve better.