Alex Giannini: If Survivor Series Elimination Tag Matches are tough to call, then a 7-on-7 Divas bout is nigh-impossible to predict — especially when devious Divas Champion AJ Lee is involved. Look for The Black Widow to lead her team to victory, and leave the “Total Divas” in their wake. WINNERS: Team True Divas
Bobby Melok: Rather than worrying about roommate agreements, a boyfriend’s toe fungus or remembering Jinder Mahal’s name, AJ and her squad of six Divas will presumably be focused on forcing the WWE Universe to take notice of them once again. With the inexperienced Eva Marie and JoJo on their team and Divas division bruisers like Tamina Snuka and Kaitlyn standing across the ring, I can’t imagine the Total Divas surviving Sunday night. WINNERS: Team True Divas
Jake Grate: This promises to be one of the biggest, best and most chaotic Divas matches in quite some time. As a huge fan of “Total Divas,” I’m leaning toward the E! reality stars in this contest. The experience of Natalya and The Bellas, the rapid improvement of the Funkadactyls, plus the exiting promise of beautiful newcomers JoJo and Eva Marie, will carry the squad to “total” victory. WINNERS: Team Total Divas
John Clapp: I would argue the True Divas assembly more skilled, on the whole, than its opposition, but the squad has this big strike against it: disparate motivations. Even though they’ve presented a united front against WWE’s reality TV darlings, let’s not forget that everyone on the team of Divas Champion AJ Lee is after her butterfly-emblazoned title. If “Total Divas” can rally behind the leadership and embrace the teachings of Natalya, they’ll be in the catbird seat at Survivor Series. WINNERS: Team Total Divas
Anthony Benigno: Whether you’re a True Diva or a Total Diva, this is bound to be one epic rumble between the ladies of WWE. As to who prevails? It’s a tough one to call, but assuming the True Divas fall in behind AJ Lee (big if), I’d say they crash the spotlight of E!’s newest stars. WINNERS: Team True Divas
Has a champion ever loved their prize as much as AJ Lee loves her Divas Title? Probably not. We spoke to the Divas Champion to better understand her love for the butterfly. “They’re personal conversations between me and my child,” AJ told WWE.com when asked about talking to the Divas Title. “I just reassure it,” she said. “I just reassure it that it’s not going anywhere. It’s safe in my arms. It’s scared when it’s around The Bellas or Kaitlyn or any of those girls, but it’s going to stay here forever and ever and ever.”
To cheer or not to cheer? That is the question when it comes to AJ Lee, the most polarizing Divas Champion in years.
Few Divas in the history of sports-entertainment have driven the WWE Universe into such a divided reaction. Half of WWE fans love her for her unorthodox style and her unique personality traits (incorrigible, “adorkable” and on occasion outright unyielding), while the other half hates that she’s channeled her talents by physically or verbally eviscerating nearly every fan favorite on the roster over the last two years. CM Punk? Put through a table. John Cena? Jettisoned off a ladder. Natalya, Brie Bella & Naomi? Defamed in the biggest pipe bomb explosion since Punk sat Indian style and started spitting venom at the WWE front office.
Given all of this, it’s strange to even remember a world where AJ wasn’t center stage in the Divas division, but here we are. And now that we are here, WWE Universe, it’s time to pick a side. Here you’ll find a pair of compelling arguments as to how or why you should react to AJ Lee. But we can only recommend, we cannot make the choice for you. You must choose. But choose wisely.
Name: April Jeanette Mendez AKA: AJ, Miss April, AJ Lee DOB: March 19th, 1987 Known For: WWE Diva WWE Debut: Sept. 7th, 2010 Birthplace: Union City, NJ Mini Bio: April Jeanette Mendez aka AJ Lee is currently a WWE Diva and is the reigning WWE Divas Champion. April got her start in wrestling in 2007 when began training at a facility just down the street from her house. She debuted for WSU in late 2008 and went on to win the tag team championships with Brooke Carter. In May 2009 she signed a development contract with WWE's then development territory FCW. While down in FCW, AJ became the 1st ever Diva to hold both the Queen of FCW & FCW Divas Championship at the same time. AJ debuted on WWE television on season 3 of NXT and ended up placing 3rd on the show. After, she went back down the FCW before being called to the main roster in 2011. Some of her most memorable roles so far in her wrestling career is being the general manager of Raw for a few months & capturing the Divas Championship at Payback from former BFF Kaitlyn.
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