Those of us in the "real world" understand that a former employer has no intention of discussing all the wonderful things their former employee did while with their company. They are not going to be in advertisements or given kudos in a board meeting. Your time there is over and both parties move on. I say all this because I don't understand why former Superstars or Divas with the WWE don't understand this.
On her Twitter account, Tara/Victoria expressed her displeasure with being left off WWE's "Top 25 Most Impactful Women" list. She wrote, "(It) doesn't surprise me. That's an example of my experience at WWE. Unappreciated." She then posted a link (http://twitpic.com/17xysr) to a graphic spoofing the list, ranking her at No. 26.
Please, all former WWE Superstars and Divas. Stop whining. Stop moaning. Get over it. The WWE is not going to splash you all over their website or list you in articles unless you left on very good terms and continue to have a good relationship with them. One example of this would be Trish Stratus. And why should they? Why would any company promote someone that has left the company (for whatever reason) and is working for the competition?
Tara/Victoria may have forgotten what the "real world" is like.