M.V.D. – Most Valuable Diva of the Week: Brie Bella

MVDOWW Women’s Wrestling Columnist Eric Holt chooses his M.V.D.- Most Valuable Diva(s) of the week, based on television matches, promos, and/ or segments.

Brie Bella has been on a roll these past couple of months with how impressive she has been in the ring and with her character. This week on Monday Night RAW, Brie continued her shine when she picked up a win over Divas Champion AJ in a ten diva tag team match. Despite the shortness of the match, Brie was impressive during the time she got to compete, and in my opinion, she was the standout competitor in the match. Although it seemed as though WWE was leaning more towards Natalya challenging AJ for the Divas Championship, Brie’s victory over AJ may now cause a change in plans. Brie also was part of a backstage segment with her twin sister Nikki and boyfriend Daniel Bryan’s current rival Randy Orton. During the segment, Randy insulted Daniel Bryan and told Brie she needs a “real man” aka Randy Orton. Brie stood up for her man, calling him a real man and champion, showing that she was not going to back down from Randy or be intimidated by him. That segment was absolute GOLD in my eyes. Brie brought a lot of personality and character to this segment, and I loved how she stood up for herself and Daniel Bryan against Randy Orton. She looked and sounded like a strong woman.  With Brie’s noticeable improvements, her clean win over Divas Champion AJ, and her real-life relationship with Daniel Bryan coming into play, the possibilities for Brie are endless. Will we see her challenge AJ for the Divas Championship? Will she play a role in the Daniel Bryan/Randy Orton/WWE Corporation feud? Either way, Brie is bound to receive a push in the near future.

Come back next week to see who will be the Most Valuable Diva of the week.

Did you agree/disagree with my pick for M.V.D.? Who do you think should have been this week’s M.V.D.? Give me your thoughts in the comments section below, or tweet me your thoughts @_ericholt_ .

- Eric Holt