Republished with permission. Let me first say that I think Eva Marie gets a lot of unwarranted flack for seizing an opportunity that was arguably handed to her. Who among us would honestly turn down a prized position with guaranteed exposure in our industry of choice presented on a silver platter? Let me also say that this is not so much a defence of Eva Marie herself, per se, but what she represents. If we want her to fail, stop responding to her. The deployment of Eva Marie was apt and echoes a criticism often levelled at the corporately-appropriated DivasRevolution : she was put there by management despite, until a few years ago and a few months ago, respectively, expressing little desire or talent to be a wrestler. Eva Marie is like the female version of John Cena: she appeals to a certain demographic Total Divas fans who are often young women , as Cena does to young fans, but is reviled by wrestling purists, smarks and the IWC as exemplified by the Full Sail crowd.
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Is it hot in here or is it Eva Marie 's red-hot hair? Total Divas star Eva Marie is ramping up the sex appeal! This WWE Diva newbie is turning all sorts of heads with her new bright red hair—and it's not just grabbing our attention, it's got Maxim interested as well! These exclusive pictures are from her interview and spread in the September issue of Maxim. In the interview with Maxim , she dishes on why she's always wanted to be a WWE Diva and names a certain reality star that she'd love to take in the ring.
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