Several reports today emerged that World Wrestling Entertainment would be reverting back to the Women's Title - and in the process may have unwillingly leaked the outcome of arguably the biggest match at WrestleMania 32.
While the multi-million dollar company have not elaborated on these rumour mills, the slow but sure resurgence of the Divas Division has ultimately sealed the fate of the look, respect and credibility of the title.
Vince and Stephanie McMahon, whom were at one point confronted on Twitter by former champion AJ Lee, acknowledged several online trends to "Give Divas a Chance" and subsequently launched an on-screen Divas Revolution where Sasha Banks, Becky Lynch and Charlotte made their eagerly-anticipated main roster debuts from the lower ranks at NXT.
For months on end, the women capitalised on their chances and while executing bigger, better, longer and more frequent television matches, revitalised the entire division.
While one could argue the revolution eventually reached a dead-end, the WWE's intentions of rewarding their women talents with more opportunities became apparent as two female matches were booked at pro wrestling's biggest event today - WrestleMania.
Great news #WWE are reverting back to the Women's Title the night after #WrestleMania - a long time coming & big step in the right direction— Mikey (@LesnarSupport) March 30, 2016
Former NXT trio Charlotte, Sasha Banks and Becky Lynch are scheduled to duel it out in a triple-threat match for the championship belt, while the Pre-Show plays host to The Total Divas vs Team B.A.D & Blonde - a 5 women tag team match.
Female wrestling is in a golden age, and WWE may have decided to mix it up and return the old but gold Women's Title in the process.
And while the biggest and lucrative event with most crossover appeal in professional wrestling is almost upon us, the time has supposedly arrived to return the golden but credible championship of the older years.
There are the rumours, reports and what not - but in the process of reverting back to the Women's Title - the company may have unwillingly leaked the outcome of Shane McMahon's intensifying clash against The Undertaker inside Hell in a Cell - with the entire landscape of WWE at stake.
The stipulation is simple. Shane McMahon wins? He obtains control of Monday Night Raw. Defeat for The Undertaker will ensure WrestleMania 32 is his last.
While the scheduled retrogression of the prestigious Women's Title is booked for the night after WrestleMania - one would believe it's fitting to stage a big announcement under a new owner.
With #WWE now reverting back to the Women's Title - could that indicate @shanemcmahon wins & is the one to announce it as new owner of #Raw?— Mikey (@LesnarSupport) March 30, 2016
On the very night of his return to WWE's on-screen product, Shane McMahon voiced his disrelish towards the bad treatment of the more talented workers backstage. His intentions were clear. Take control of Monday Night Raw - give a plethora of opportunities to those more deserving, and while he potentially does that, announce the return of the Women's Title as part of the 'Shane McMahon revamp of Monday Night Raw'.
WWE are almost certain to send the Divas Championship into retirement, and introduce the old, gold, more credible and prestigious Women's Title - and when doing it - the night after WrestleMania which points towards new owner of Raw, Shane McMahon making the announcement - and continuing the resurgence of the Divas Division.
All fingers point towards the 46-year old defeating The Undertaker to acquire control of Monday Night Raw, where he would fittingly make that expected announcement.