On last week's edition of Monday Night Raw, Shane McMahon welcomed fans to Raw Underground, a shoot-style fight club. The new concept was used throughout the third hour and the likes of Dabba-Kato, Dolph Ziggler and Erik destroyed miscellaneous enhancement talent while people surrounded the ropeless ring and three women danced on a stage in the background.
A WWE Hall Of Famer was less than happy about the company using female dancers in the fight club as Alundra Blayze/Madusa criticised the wrestling behemoth on Twitter yesterday.
The former women's champion wrote: "SO? We are bringing back half naked women in the same breath of promoting the evolution and equality of women? Yes this is entertainment yes this is a skit yes this is acting yes these are wrestlers why resort to women sexually dancing opening a show? Why not Men in speedos?"
Former WWE producer Lance Storm also agreed with Madusa as he replied: "I agree with your point completely. I will pop huge tonight though if they do a women’s Underground and have 3 Chip and Dale type dancers. If you’re going to do eye candy and least do it for everyone. #equality."