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WWE has fired another major force behind the push of the Divas Revolution on WWE programming; you couldn’t imagine who.

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WWE has done it again, this time to creative team member, Tom Casiello who has a major influence on the “Diva’s Revolution” on WWE programming, vis-à-vis other things on weekly television.

According to, Casiello is liked by quite a huge number of people especially the female talents as her company to the company has been remarkable and awe-inspiring. As a matter of fact, he was the person responsible for the women getting more television time and also influenced the Total Divas existence.

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Reporting further, Casiello was also the brain behind Sasha Banks vs. Charlotte main event the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view event.

On his released from the company, sources have reported that it was because of “budgetary” reasons. Yes, WWE is bent of cutting budgets, which is quite an issue with the staff members of the company. Hence, some staff has been already worried out of their mind, in fear of being sacked.

Now, word is that since Casiello is liked by all and sundry in the company, yet he was fired. What would be the fate of staff who have issue with fans or who are not so much liked by fans.

While that is yet to be fully digested, word is that more cuts within WWE are going to be made next week.

The biggest question on the mind of the WWE Universe now is, now that Casiello is gone, what will become of the Diva’s Revolution? Will the women’s division once again fall to the wayside? One could safely assume that members of the Women’s Division would also be concerned. Let’s watch and see what becomes of the Diva’s Revolution: however since Triple H, Vince and Stephanie McMahon are in support of it, fans need not worry much about a fall.

Here is a video of Casiello’s brainchild, the Hell in a Cell match for the Raw Women’s Championship: