Last week, all three of World Wrestling Entertainment's (WWE) flagship shows ended with women main eventing the program. That's never happened before.
NXT - the company's developmental brand for up and coming stars - also ended with a "Last Woman Standing" match. It was intense.
As far as ratings go, Smackdown Livebrought in an average of 2.6 million viewers for the second week in a row and Rawaveraged 2.9 million. There was also plenty of chatter on social media about the huge week for WWE's female superstars.
Never before has WWE given such a spotlight to women's wrestling.
The last four years have represented a conscious decision by WWE to give a platform to its female performers and showcase their athletic ability ahead of their aesthetics, something the company was blatantly guilty of in years past.
Things are certainly looking up for the female superstars of World Wrestling Entertainment.