Welcome to another edition of
OFF-TRACK with A-TRAIN
where I track the shade being thrown
by wrestlers at their writers
in this episode
NIA JAX THROWS ALL OF THE SHADE
Last night on SmackDown Live, there was a historic announcement made--that of the first ever Women's Money In The Bank Ladder Match.
Several current and former WWE female superstars commented on the history-making moment on Twitter.
Nia Jax also put in her two cents, including a heaping helping of SHAAAAAAAAAAAAADE.
You see, SmackDown uses their ENTIRE women's roster every week, unlike Raw, which uses only about four women every week, if not less than that.
It appears to be Nia's contention that if the SmackDown creative staff can find something to do with their entire Women's Division on their two-hour show every week, then the Raw creative staff should be able to find room for their women's roster on the three-hour RAW every week.
And she's not exactly wrong.
This past Monday, Alexa Bliss and Bayley had a segment building their Title Match at Extreme Rules and Sasha Banks and Alicia Fox accompanied their respective male partners to ringside, building their intergender tag match for this Sunday's PPV. All other women were absent.
Nia Jax hasn't had a match on Raw since May 1st, when she was in an Eight Woman Tag Match.
There are currently seven active women on the Raw roster with Emma out with a shoulder injury until mid-June.