Lita’s Best, Worst and Most Outrageous Moments in WWE Career
August 12, 2017 - WWE
To some, Lita phenomenon a code new Women’s Championship during WrestleMania 32 might be forgettable and undeserved of a mark on this list, though it was approval of her significance to women’s wrestling.
When she arrived to WWE in 2000, usually Jacqueline, Luna Vachon and Ivory were reputable and determined veteran wrestlers. They were, unfortunately, saddled in terrible gimmick matches meant to sexualize and objectify rather than denote their ability between a ropes.
Lita altered perceptions of what women were means to do when given a opportunity. She brought athleticism behind to a multiplication and valid fans would group to an particular performer who could do what a guys could and yield them with stirring in-ring competition.
She was a colonize for a competition prolonged before a difference “women’s revolution” were ever spoken by Michael Cole. Her phenomenon that pretension in front of over 100,000 fans in ATT Stadium, on a grandest theatre in sports entertainment, was a pat on a behind for all she did to make that impulse a reality.
A well-deserved one.