Michelle McCool, a former WWE Divas Champion, took to social media to express her feeling about her historical impact as a WWE wrestler instead of being known as just being The Undertaker’s wife.
She thinks WWE doesn’t feel that way. It all started when WWE celebrated Women’s History Month in March. WWE’s website released a photo gallery of 45 of their most “notable” talents to win a WWE or NXT Championship.
McCool wasn’t featured in the gallery and took issue with it. Thus, she wrote the following on Twitter:
“Real talk-when you’ve put up w/ more in past than anyone would believe (simply b/c I’m the @undertaker wife) have rarely been mentioned for making ANY contribution to the “women’s revolution”-but WOW-not even top 45,” Tweeted the four-time Women’s/Diva’s Champion and the 2010 Pro Wrestling Illustrated’s “Woman Of The Year.”
McCool followed up with another tweet where she noted that her take wasn’t about the women that were featured in the gallery.
“For record….not a shot at ANY girl on this list! Respect to all….just felt the urge to speak up & remind all to “know your worth!” Don’t let ANYONE tell you differently! Afterthought? Nobody? NOPE….you ARE WORTHY! #realtalk #stillundertakerswife“