WWE: Vince McMahon’s Thoughts on the Divas

It is being said that Vince McMahon has a bit of a love/hate relationship with the WWE Divas right now. As it is right now, the RAW SuperShow and SmackDown have one segment per show featuring the Divas as Vince believes that one Divas segment per show is needed for a certain demographic. However, when the Divas portion of the show is taking place, Vince feels they are a waste of time, which is why McMahon has had Michael Cole act like he has in the past during Divas matches.

What do you think of Vince McMahon’s opinion of the WWE Divas? Post your comments in the box below.

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