Divas Revolution
Male WWE wrestlers are tired of being relegated to short, mid-card matches that most fans consider “bathroom breaks.”

Fed up with always playing second fiddle to their female counterparts, the male performers of World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) are reportedly planning to burst out of the mid-card with a so-called “Superstars Revolution.”

Up-and-coming male wrestlers including Kevin Owens, Finn Balor and The Undertaker represent a hungry new generation of Superstars poised to bring male wrestling to its rightful main-event status.

Superstars have been relegated to second-class status in WWE ever since the Divas Revolution — led by Paige, Charlotte, Becky Lynch, and JoJo — vaulted women to the forefront of sports entertainment.

A number of male wrestlers have already begun using the hashtag #SuperstarsRevolution on Twitter, which, by WWE logic, is really all it takes for something to qualify as a revolution. The men also¬†hope to generate more attention by squabbling and gossiping on a new “reality TV” show called Total Superstars.

Not to be outdone, Zack Ryder, Los Matadores and The Ascension are allegedly conspiring to launch a Jobber’s Revolution.