Booker T: WWE Women's Division Needs A Revamp Like NXT 2.0
Booker T thinks the women's roster needs a refresh
Booker T believes the WWE Women's division needs a revamp similar to how NXT was rebranded into NXT 2.0.
A significant number of female wrestlers in WWE were released across Raw, SmackDown and NXT on Thursday with the likes of Nia Jax, Ember Moon, Eva Marie, Mia Yim, Scarlett Bordeaux, B-Fab, Franky Monet, Zayda Ramier, Jessi Kamea and Katrina Cortez all let go.
With WWE building their women's division around names that have headlined the roster for many years, such as Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch, Booker T wants to see the roster creating new main event talent.
Speaking on his Hall Of Fame Podcast, Booker T said: "I think the women's division needs to be revamped just like NXT 2.0. Honestly, we got so much talent as far as the women go, and we really don't get a chance to see, you know, the vast majority of the ladies on the roster.
"Of course we know Charlotte, of course we know Becky (Lynch), of course we know Sasha (Banks). Who else is out there, other than Mandy Rose and her crew, that you really want to look at and watch and go, 'I need to see them, I need to see more of them.'
"It's because Mandy Rose has been given an opportunity which she's taken full advantage of, going out there and doing what? Making you look, making you feel a certain way, and making you want to tune in when Mandy and her crew walk out."