Jasmin St. Claire Believes Women's Evolution Caters To 'Me Too' Movement, Wants Sex & Violence Back

The majority of wrestling fans and veterans have praised the evolution of wrestling when it comes to how women are portrayed. Once reduced to bra and panties segments and catfights, women are now headlining WrestleMania.

But former ECW vixen and pornstar Jasmin St. Claire doesn't like where the evolution has gone.

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"It's too much, let's keep it the way it was. Too much catering to the whole 'Me Too' movement. Leave it for what it was. Leave it for what it was, mix them in, and that's it. I'm trying to be biased against their talents. Lita was very talented, but it's too much, let's drop it now. Let's go back to what sold tickets back in the day, this sells as well, but it's not the same. It really isn't. Having the matches in there is great, but it's sex and violence that sells. Stop trying to push the whole thing, 'women this, women that.' We get it, 'women can do it too.' But let's just drop it and get back to our regular program. You guys proved your point," she said on David Penzer's Sitting Ringside.

St. Claire made appearances in ECW, engaging in a feud with Francine. She also made multiple appearances for TNA/IMPACT in 2002.

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