Ember Moon: Just Because Ronda Rousey Is Gone Doesn't Mean There Isn't A Women's Division

Ember Moon is the latest WWE superstar to speak out on the lack of spotlight currently on the women's division.

Moon recently appeared on WWE Backstage where the topic of the current state of the WWE women's division was discussed. Women have had a banner year in WWE with the peak being at WrestleMania 35 when Becky Lynch, Ronda Rousey, and Charlotte Flair headlined the show. But since then, some have felt that the division has cooled off.

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"Since WrestleMania, we've only featured four or five of our female superstars and there is a plethora out there," said Ember. "It's irritating to sit back and watch these women who work so hard and are so passionate, that just want to steal the show and entertain that aren't getting that opportunity and aren't getting that platform. Just because Ronda is gone doesn't mean there isn't a women's division. There are so many girls; Sarah Logan, The IIconics, Liv Morgan, Dana Brooke. There's so many people reaching for that brass ring and they just need that platform. I want another Evolution. I want to give those women the opportunity to show the world what they can do. We proved the first time that Evolution was the hottest pay-per-view of the year. We deserve every year to have that opportunity."

Paige made similar comments on WWE After The Bell, believing some girls are held back at the expense of others. You can view her comments by clicking here.

Moon is currently sidelined with an Achilles injury. There is no timetable for her return.

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