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The 10 Most Useless Divas in WWE History

Ever since the WWE's Attitude Era, 'Divas' - as they're known in World Wresting Entertainment parlance - have been known for their sex appeal and, well, not much else. The continued unwillingness by V

Ever since the WWE's Attitude Era, 'Divas' - as they're known in World Wresting Entertainment parlance - have been known for their sex appeal and, well, not much else. The continued unwillingness by Vince McMahon and his wrestling empire to entrust female wrestlers on his roster to be more than arm candy has earned recent backlash, leading to a #GiveDivasAChance Twitter movement last month after a Divas match on Raw lasted just 30 seconds.

Over the years, many Divas have broken through and stood out in spite of the limitations placed on them. Wrestlers like Trish Stratus and Lita had the looks needed to get noticed, but they also possessed the raw athletic ability to put on some great matches and the charisma to stand out in a male-dominated sport.

But just as the men's division in WWE has offered up some pretty big 'Superstar' duds, not every Diva has shone brightly. Needless to say, the #GiveDivasAChance Twitter movement wasn't talking about these 10 less-than-ferocious females.

10 Krissy Vaine

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9 Jackie Gayda

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8 Nicole Bass

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7 Cherry

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6 Marianna Komlos (Mrs. Cleavage)

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5 Amy Weber

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4 Caryn Mower

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3 Layla El

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2 Ashley Massaro

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1 Jillian Hall

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You think about Jillian Hall and two images immediately come to mind: her nauseating facial mole gimmick (which ended when it was bitten off by The Boogeyman) and her deliberately bad singing gimmick. While most Divas on this list range from entirely forgettable to laughably bad, Hall owns a place of her own on account of her utter unwatchability. Yes, she was supposed to be hard to watch, but it's hard to think that a character that prompted you to change the channel was, in WWE-speak, "best for business."

Sources: wikipedia.org, bleacherreport.com, thesportster.com

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