Total Divas is the hot new reality show from WWE. The trailers made it look completely terrible, but being investigative journalists, we decided to find out for ourselves. We deeply regret our decision.
Your crack review team consists of Wrestling On Earth’s own @typicalROHfan and @TomBlackett, as well as wrestling superfan and the man who said the WWE was his religion, Brad Ward (who you can follow on Twitter @BradWardFGN).
What were we expecting?
Heading into Total Divas I was expecting this to be an E! view of how the WWE Divas live their life, with a touch of the signature WWE production you normally expect. Remember, this is how WWE wants you to view the life of a WWE Diva, versus what actually happens. I know there might be some similarities, but I don’t expect it to be 100% real.
However, I do believe the fun that the guys and gals have on the road together will be pretty clear.
I think it’s gonna be bad. Really bad.
I’m kind of not completely dreading it? I don’t really watch reality shows so there’s sort of a novelty factor for me going into this.
BEST CASE SCENARIO: It ends up being as amazing as WWE’s last diva-focussed show, NXT Season 3.
WORST CASE SCENARIO: Every other possible scenario, short of the one where it’s a solid hour of Daniel Bryan playing with puppies. Continue reading