Enjoying the Mae Young recaps. They got me thinking: after decades of fits and starts, WWE finally determined the value of women's wrestling. Curious if you have an opinion on whether it was a specific match that gave the concept credibility (some iteration of Trish and Lita, maybe?) or if it was the work of Fit Finlay as a trainer or if there was some other "turning point" that got us away from "Harvey Wippleman, women's champion" for good?
I think it was a twofold combination of Trish and Lita getting over at a level believable enough for them to main event a TV show, plus Lord Steph gaining power and pushing her own agenda. And hey, great, women wrestlers should get equal treatment as long as they're performing at the same level.