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11 Most Awkward Scenes In WWE That Audience Loved
On this week's all-new Total Divas , Nattie Neidhart was left shaken up after a wardrobe malfunction caused her to accidentally reveal her private parts to a WWE audience. To make matters worse, "the epic wardrobe malfunction" went viral after a fan captured a picture of the snafu. This negative press left Nattie particularly on edge as she was slated to start a big storyline with Ronda Rousey.
4. Eve Torres
The alluring world in which beauty, athleticism, grace, and violence intersect is the world of WWE Divas. Ages ago the word "Diva" wasn't used, as the original female performers such as Judy Grable and Mary "The Fabulous Moolah" Ellison were just female talents. That was back in the s. Since then, there have been periods in which the women's division and the belt have been inactive, such as , but these days it is impossible to imagine the promotion without a thriving and eventful Diva presence, even though they're no longer going by that name rightly , as they're now just Superstars. It was long overdue. One of the best things about the last thirty years worth of action by women in WWE is those outfits. Made to be tight-fitting, they show off both the fit bodies of these stunning specimens, but also allow maximum flexibility
The WWE, for some reason, seems to think that fans want to see more tag team wrestling. That could be the only reason six of the seven matches on RAW this week were tag or six-man tag bouts. While the action in the ring was solid for the most part, there was little in terms of engaging storyline development. Show was barely in the match, until he got a hot tag and began to wail on Rhodes. Dolph Ziggler: A high-energy singles battle that featured plenty of offense, counters and pin opportunities. Ziggler earned the win after he countered a Fandango knee strike into a Rollup.