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‘WWE 2K15' needs to solve its Divas problem

Of the 59 announced characters for the upcoming "WWE 2K15" last month, only eight are female.

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‘WWE 2K15' needs to solve its Divas problem
‘WWE 2K15' needs to solve its Divas problem2K Sports

Why?

While the larger question may be why 2K announced a roster with noticeable holes in terms of numbers and an absence of NXT stars completely, why there was only eight divas in the game is a concern that needs to be amended quickly.

Of the noticeable divas missing are Layla and Emma, but current Divas Champion Paige isn't confirmed for the game either. Involved in easily one of the best feuds in recent Divas history, Paige must be a part of "WWE 2K15."

In terms of legends in the upcoming game, there's several to choose from including Hulk Hogan, The Undertaker, Steve Austin and of course, Sting, but there's not one diva from the past. No Trish Stratus, Lita, no one. While "WWE 2K15" is not supposed to be all about the Divas, they do play an integral part in the show and need more than a crumb-sized part of the roster to call their own.

The lack of love for the ladies of the WWE is apparent in that there hasn't been a single screenshot released for a Diva either. While there are no male NXT performers in the game as of yet, the Divas Division in "WWE 2K15" would benefit greatly from the inclusions of eventual WWE Divas Sasha Banks, Bayley and current NXT Women's Champion, Charlotte Flair.

Do you think there should have been more Divas announced by the upcoming WWE game? What Diva legends would you like to see in the game? Sound off in the comment section below.

“WWE 2K15” is set for a October 28 release in North America and will ship on Oct. 31 internationally.