Sunday, September 15, 2019

Divas Dodgeball (2004)

This one has become legendary in recent years due to the revelations made about it by Ivory both in regards to the actual match and the session of wrestlers’ court that followed it. This very odd match was an offshoot of the much-maligned Divas Search and, bizarrely considering this is wrestling, the game of dodgeball was played as a shoot. Yes, you read that correctly. It was not worked in any way, shape or form. This made things all the more embarrassing when the Divas Search women won, leading to one of the most ridiculous trials in the entire history of wrestlers’ court. How should this match have finished? Well, the finish should have been worked because… well… this is wrestling… and wrestling is worked. It’s not that hard, is it? Hopefully something as ridiculous as the Divas Dodgeball Match never, ever happens again, even in this era where WWE is desperate for new and crazy ideas with the ever encroaching threat of AEW and NJPW.

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