Corey Graves Shoots On WWE Women's Division Being Less Important

This follows his comments about Charlotte Flair last week.

On last week's episode of the After The Bell Podcast, Corey Graves criticised Charlotte Flair's current situation within WWE. He argued that since the 10 time Women's Champion became involved in the women's tag team division: "Charlotte Flair has never felt less important than she does right now."

Graves elaborated further on his argument on this week's episode. He explained that he believes the entire women's division doesn't feel as important as it previously did. He used SmackDown Women's Champion Bayley as an example, explaining that despite being the pinnacle of the show's women's division, she isn't one of the focal points of SmackDown. He then commented on how Asuka used to be a "badass," but now can't win a match without using green mist.

Graves then discussed his thoughts later in the episode. He said: "It seems like the women’s division has cooled off recently…and I don’t know how that gets fixed, or what the problem is so to speak, but you had yourself [Charlotte Flair], you had Becky, arguably the biggest star in the business a few months ago, and you’ve got all these other women, you’ve got Asuka. You and Asuka tore the house down at WrestleMania a few years ago, and now everything just seems like it’s taken a step back."

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