If you think about it, most major pro wrestling promotions in Japan gives little to no restrictions to their female wrestlers, meaning that they can either compete in non-sanctioned and extreme matches that are deemed male-only wrestling matches that most female wrestlers wouldn't handle or sell their wrestling moves more realistically in sanctioned matches, unlike most of the major American pro wrestling promotions like the modern day WWE(today). Not only that, many Japanese female wrestlers actually possess a lot of the technical wrestling skills and know how to sell their moves compared to some of their American counterparts. Now, it's not to say that the United States have no great female pro wrestlers. Just that they don't take them as serious as they should and seem to only treat them as a bunch of bimbos for eye candy just for casual male fans who probably only watch women's wrestling so they can get their dicks hard. Japan just happens to actually takes their female wrestlers seriously unlike most of the major pro wrestling organizations in the US. Hell, Mexico and even Canada takes their own female wrestlers a tad more seriously than the United States. BTW, I'm in no way attacking the WWE but just pointing out the one little flaw that they've had since the Ruthless Aggression Era(with the Diva Search and everything), despite that there are exceptions in today's WWE women's wrestling/Diva division.