Raquel Rodriguez would like to see WWE introduce a secondary singles title for the women’s division.
Since Triple H assumed creative control, more female talent has been added to the main roster. From Dakota Kai to Candice LeRae, a new crop of competitors are looking to make their mark on both Raw and SmackDown.
During her interview with Steve Fall of NBC Sports Boston, Raquel Rodriguez was asked if she could see WWE introduce a secondary singles championship for the women to address the influx of talent on the roster. Rodriguez pointed to the diversity of the women’s division in wrestling and how it could benefit from having more gold.
“I think that would be something so great for the women’s division especially because we have so much diversity in the women’s division,” Raquel Rodriguez said. “We have women from all over the world, from all over the country, from different backgrounds, different ethnicities. I think having an Intercontinental Championship, having a North American Championship for the women would be something that would be just a huge leap forward for the women’s division in wrestling in general.”
Rodriguez and Aliyah had a two-week reign as WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions. The duo lost the titles to Damage CTRL on the September 12th edition of Monday Night Raw. Meanwhile, other talents may soon be brought back into the fold, including former WWE multi-time women’s champion Charlotte Flair.