3 Female superstars Vince McMahon isn't a fan of and 3 he is
It's been interesting to see how Vince McMahon has adapted to the rise of the women in WWE over the last four years or so. Before 2015, it was unthinkable that the women would reach the place they have in such short time.
In fact, you could even argue that in 2015, the way things were going, it was hard to imagine that women would be headlining WrestleMania as soon as 2019. Many believed that while women headlining WrestleMania would be inevitable, it would be something that would likely happen in the next generation of female superstars, and not the current one.
No doubt, that's where Ronda Rousey has played a big impact. Her objective of elevating the women in WWE has worked a great deal, and in 2019, we very well could see the women headlining the grandest stage of them all.
While we know that McMahon is a fan of Rousey, we also know that there are a few superstars on the female division he definitely isn't a fan of. We take a look.
#3. Isn't a fan of - Dana Brooke
This one was a turnaround for Vince McMahon. It's believed that in 2016 when Dana Brooke debuted and eventually aligned with Charlotte Flair while she was RAW Women's Champion, Vince McMahon was extremely high on her.
In fact, there were rumours stating that Sasha Banks and Bayley were just "pawns" in a bigger story between Brooke and Charlotte Flair. She was set to receive a "Roman Reigns" type of push, but it seems that McMahon soon realized that she wasn't anywhere near the level of the other female stars, and the plan was soon scrapped.
Since then, she's been more or less enhancement talent, or she's hardly appeared on WWE television at all, something that they tried to make into a storyline.