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    WWE Fans Take To Twitter To Protest The Treatment Of Women Wrestlers


    Monday's WWE Raw saw WWE divas Paige and Emma take on The Bella Twins... in a match lasting just over 30 seconds.

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    Short matches on WWE television are very common, but the fact that the only divas match on a three-hour show got this amount of time has had people take to Twitter to protest the treatment of the WWE diva division.

    #GiveDivasAChance became a trending topic on Twitter within minutes of the match finishing, with fans protesting the little airtime the WWE divas receive on WWE TV.

    #GiveDivasAChance is still trending. KEEP TWEETING. #RespectTheDivas @WWE @TripleH @StephMcMahon @VinceMcMahon

    "@JuanMRodz: The diva fan base at WWE Headquarters #GiveDivasAChance " @WWE @TripleH @StephMcMahon

    It truly is time to #GiveDivasAChance . Don't disrespect them time and time again. You're better than this, @WWE !

    They need wrestle more than 5 secs come on #WWE #GiveDivasAChance

    Waiting for WWE to #GiveDivasAChance #Raw

    These divas deserve to be respected just as much as the superstars #GiveDivasAChance

    #GiveDivasAChance because they can put on phenomenal matches too.

    #GiveDivasAChance @WWE They've worked their asses off for years only to be disrespected and degraded. It's not right.

    Fans also highlighted the extremes divas go through to entertain.

    #GiveDivasAChance @TripleH @VinceMcMahon Blood,Sweat,Tears. Should be worth more than 20 seconds!!!!

    They take more risks than the entire WWE male roster combined. #GiveDivasAChance

    Support also came from WWE hall of famer, Mick Foley.

    Glad to see #GiveDivasAChance is trending. I have long been a #DivasBeliever. #RAW

    And former ECW and WWE commentator, Joey Styles.

    Because all of you keep asking...#GiveDivasAChance :) @BellaTwins @EmmaWWE @RealPaigeWWE @NatbyNature @NaomiWWE @AliciaFoxy @RealSummerWWE

    UPDATE: WWE Chairman and CEO Vince McMahon has since Tweeted about the campaign.

    We hear you. Keep watching. #GiveDivasAChance

    BuzzFeed have reached out to WWE for comment.