WWE in their desperation for a new challenger turned to Fox; but if management truly thinks she is the answer to all the problems that have plagued WWE’s troubled women’s division, they are sadly wrong. For one thing, it’s not exactly bursting with the personality or charisma you would like your split baby face to have. While new divas like Kaitlyn and AJ Lee have at least taken a few steps to improve their characters on SmackDown, presenting themselves as dumb, down-to-earth girls that fans can relate to, Fox is very lacking in character.
Oh, she wants to win games. And she hates “Pin-Up Strong”. She also smiles a lot and wears awful sweaters. But when else does she really have? Even Kelly and Eve (neither of whom are exactly The Rock) have more to offer fans as personalities than she does. After several unsuccessful attempts, Alicia Fox finally bagged the WWE Divas Championship in 2010 in a fatal four-way match involving Gail Kim, Eve Torres, and Maryse, whom she pinned to win the title. Between 2011 and 2013, Fox had several team-ups and feuds, the one with Natalya being a popular one.