So Lana made her return to WWE TV last night and has suddenly found herself with a shot at becoming the blue brand's Women's Champion despite having wrestled a total of maybe 2 or 3 matches the entire time she's been with WWE, with those matches being some form of tag team match in which she barely had any ring time. Over the last 6 months or so, Lana has reportedly been putting in a lot of time at the Performance Center training to make the transition from manager/mouthpiece/valet to in-ring performer. My expectations for this match, and for Lana's abilities, aren't very high and Vince is taking what's become an all too familiar route with Naomi as champion in that he has her looking weak and vulnerable by having her pinned on numerous occasions; she lost to Charlotte a number of weeks back, she's been pinned by Carmella twice in a couple of tag team settings and was pinned in the six women tag match last night by Tamina. The writing on the wall is that Lana becomes the new SmackDown Women's Champion next Sunday and I think it's the wrong decision. I was initially encouraged last night when Shane told Lana she had to earn opportunities but, after her interference the six women tag match last night, Naomi demanded a match with Lana at MITB and said she'd make it a title match. The whole "land of opportunity" schtick is all well and good, but they're starting to take things a bit too far for my tastes. While we can debate the pros and cons of Jinder Mahal as WWE Champion, for example, at least Jinder has paid his dues over the years and wasn't handed a title shot in his first real match with the company.