WWE announced on 23 July that the first ever pay-per-view paid for women, WWE Evolution 2018, will take place in October. With a growing presence in sports entertainment, female wrestlers are becoming more and more comparable to female superheroes and supervillains than ever before.
Once again, the WWE Women & # 39; s Division attracts attention after Vince McMahon, Stephanie McMahon and Triple H announced on July 23: raw that for the first time in the history of the company there would be a pay-per-view for women called WWE Evolution 2018. Women got out of the rosters of raw, SmackDown Live, NXT and NXT UK is billed and current champions have to defend their titles. In addition to main action, the final act of the Mae Young Classic takes place in the ring and Hall of Famers Lita, Trish Stratus and Beth Phoenix will appear.
With all eyes focused on the ladies of WWE, it is difficult not to see these pioneers as heroes in our hearts and on our screens.
It is not far apart to compare a WWE superstar with a comic book hero, or in some cases a villain in the comic book. From week to week fans see a story that looks like a comic strip story raw and SmackDown Live. Wrestlers make their names by fighting enemies, and often the moral justification is easy to recognize. By using their strength, dexterity and athleticism, WWE heroes have defeated the villain, defeated and taken home the trophy and admiration of fans everywhere. WWE villains use their intellect to manipulate, force to torture and ruthlessness to destroy the good.
To celebrate the strength, strength and intelligence of the WWE women, and to pave the way they bully for future women in sports entertainment, here are 13 current WWE Women's Superstars and their counterparts in the comic strip.