Emma has been going around for a while talking about how she started the WWE Women’s Revolution. It’s one of her favorites go-to’s when touting her career accomplishments.
For some reason, Emma doesn’t like bragging about how she was fired from WWE for shoplifting and rehired the same day. It might be true Emma has been with WWE since the beginning of the Women’s Revolution and she was a big part of some of the genesis of the movement, but she didn’t do it all on her own. It’s also true she probably deserves more credit than she’s ever really been given.
Emma was in the finals of the tournament to determine the first NXT Women’s Champion, but Paige beat her and famously carried her title through controversy and straight to the main roster where she dethroned AJ Lee on the Raw after WrestleMania XXX to capture the Divas’ Title too.
Mickie James was sick of hearing Emma brag. After all, James has more than a few career accomplishments she can brag about too.
On this week’s Raw Mickie James finally had enough of Emma bragging about starting the Women’s Revolution. It was agreed upon backstage that the two would have a match and if Emma lost then she could never boast about starting the Women’s Revolution again. But if Emma won, Mickie James would have to tweet out any hashtag of Emma’s choosing.
As things turned out Emma won her match against Mickie James and the six-time WWE Women’s Champion lived up to her word after losing to WWE’s first female Australian Superstar.
Emma had a few hashtags in mind but our favorites are: #GiveEmmaATShirt and #WheresEmmasMerch. Pro wrestling is fun!
— EMMA (@EmmaWWE) August 29, 2017
— Mickie James~Aldis (@MickieJames) August 29, 2017
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