In recent years, in the rings of the McMahon company, a real revolution has been born for the women of the federation, with the term Women's Revolution that has literally revolutionized what WWE Universe fans were used to when they went to attend a match.
between two or more women. Until a few years ago, WWE called its women, Diva and not Superstar or wrestler like all other male colleagues, drawing a fairly deep line of distinction, between men and women, with the female part of the roster being in fact relegated to a very small part of the cards of the WWE shows and which obviously had never had important main events of any show of the federation, let alone the paid ppvs.
Over the past 4-5 years, this trend has changed dramatically, with WWE women ceasing to be called Divas, but becoming full-fledged WWE Superstars like men and with the top parts of the cards being you become a fairly well-known place for them too, despite the fact that the consideration of money, for women's contracts, is still very different from the great male Superstars.
In her last interview released to the microphones of the Kurt Angle Show, the former Smackdown champion Sasha Banks wanted to tell what the WWE executives told her when she was hired, that she should have been the Diva and not the wrestler, with the beautiful athlete who stated: "She was really tough.
When they still weren't used to training women like men. We were trained to do Divas and were given no explanation as to what she meant and why. They would come out and just say: hey, don't hit, don't do this anymore.
And we were like, 'Okay, but we have to fight. We have to do it' But we trained every single day and plus there were live events, plus in-ring training and moving from one city to another and posing for posters, so that people would be enticed to come to the shows.
It was a constant sacrifice, every day. I think maybe only Sunday was free and it wasn't really even a true day off, because you had to rest your mind for what would happen the next day."
WWE Survivor Series 2021: all the results
Here's what happened in the WWE Survivor Series 2021 PPV held at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.
Single Match: (Intercontinental Champion vs US Champion)
Shinsuke Nakamura (w / Rick Boogs) defeats Damian Priest Main Card:
Single Match: (Universal Champion vs WWE Champion)
Roman Reigns beats Big E Women's 5 vs 5 Tag Team Elimination Match:
Team Raw (Bianca Belair, Rhea Ripley, Carmella, Queen Zelina, Liv Morgan) defeats Team SmackDown (Sasha Banks, Shotzi, Shayna Baszler, Natalya, Toni Storm) Tag Team Match: (Raw Tag Team Champions vs SmackDown Tag Team Champions)
RK-Bro (Randy Orton & Matt Riddle) beat The Uso's (Jimmy & Jey Uso) 25 Men Dwayne The Rock Johnson Battle Royal:
Winner: Omos Men's 5 vs 5 Tag Team Elimination Match:
Team Raw (Bobby Lashley, Kevin Owens, Austin Theory, Finn Balor, Seth Rollins) beat Team SmackDown (Drew McIntyre, King Woods, Happy Corbin, Jeff Hardy, Sheamus) Women's Match: (Raw Women's Champion vs SmackDown Women's Champion)
Becky Lynch beats Charlotte Flair Notes from the show:
-In the Kickoff they talked about the various matches on the card and aired various clips of The Rock's career, especially his debut 25 years ago.