WWE: Is Snookie Too Much Of a Diva To Be a Diva?

John BetschelCorrespondent IIApril 6, 2011

Last night on TMZ, as Snookie was walking through the airport in Jersey, the crew caught up with her and told her what an amazing job she did at Wrestlemania 27. She thanked them and said that "it's fun, it was awesome."

However she was then asked if she would continue it. She said, and I quote, "I'm pretty busy with Jersey Shore...so I doubt it."

Really Snookie? After you told that bartender that after Jersey Shore you were going to become a full time Diva? Snookie shocked the world this past Sunday when she actually proved she can wrestle just as well, if not better, than certain Divas (Kelly Kelly and The Bella Twins).

I think it's a mutual thing, however. WWE could tell from just having to deal with her that short time that if they hired her it would cause more trouble than good. Snookie probably realized that she wouldn't be able to get hammered everyday and do whatever she wants, like on The Jersey Shore.

Though Snookie did do a great job at Wrestlemania 27 this past Sunday, I'm very glad that she is not going to become a Diva. I personally feel she would eat away at that company from the inside like a virus until there was nothing left.

I'm sure Vince McMahon could just imagine the headlines: "Former Jersey Shore cast member, and current WWE Diva, Nicole "Snookie" Polizzi arrested today for public intoxication." The story would probably continue "apparently she had been drinking heavily in [insert bar name here] (I'm ad-libbing here in—case you can't tell) when upon leaving, she started ranting and raving to the paparazzi about how she was better than any other Diva and that they are all jealous of her. Police arrived shortly thereafter and took her into custody."

So all in all this is a good thing for the WWE, but a bad thing for Snookie. I guarantee if WWE would let her do and get away with what she does on the Jersey Shore, the contract would've already been signed.