While Raw and Smackdown both have their respective Money In The Bank matches to determine future contenders for the WWE and World Heavyweight Championship belts, WWE does not have a Money In The Bank match for the Divas, to determine a future contender.
While the Divas Division is rather slim right now, WWE could still use a Divas Money In The Bank match to their advantage to help give certain Divas pushes, possibly work through character development with certain Divas and even give the Divas Division more attention, as a whole. There are many ways WWE could go about which Divas they want to put in the match.
While they could always include Divas from the main roster such as Tamina Snuka, Naomi, Natalya Neidhart, Layla El, Rosa Mendes and others, WWE could also include Divas from the NXT roster such as Sasha Banks, Bayley, Emma or Charlotte as it would be a great way to debut them on the main roster, if one was to win.
Another interesting twist that the WWE could do would be to bring in past Divas for the match including Divas like Kharma, Jacqueline, Molly Holly, Maria Kanellis, Ariel, Serena, Melina Perez, Lita and more. This could help by having these Divas helps some of the newer Divas get over with the fans plus it would add more interest to the match if fans could see the possibility of some of their past favorite Divas return. Plus, if one of the former Divas was to win, it would mean that she would be with the WWE a little bit longer than just one night and could help the Divas Division for a longer period of time.
If WWE can have special deals with wrestlers like Brock Lesnar, The Rock and The Undertaker who only have to wrestle occasionally, surely WWE could do the same thing with past WWE Divas to help the Divas Division. Having a Divas MITB match would also be a great way to spice up the Divas Division and potentially provide a more consistent tone with the Divas Division, instead of just having random matches that last less than five minutes that consist of Divas changing back and forth from heels to faces.
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