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Tiffany Stratton makes BIG claim regarding WWE roster

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In a recent interview, Tiffany Stratton, the reigning WWE NXT Women’s Champion, made a bold claim about the WWE roster that has stirred up the wrestling community.

Stratton’s assertion revolves around the necessity, or lack thereof, of main roster talents appearing on NXT.

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NXT Women’s Division: A Standalone Powerhouse

Stratton’s belief is that the NXT women’s division is not only surviving but thriving in the current landscape of WWE.

She acknowledges the value of main roster talents visiting the brand to mentor rookies like herself. However, she firmly states that their presence on television isn’t necessary.

“NXT should just be for the girls in NXT and the NXT division,” Stratton said (via eWrestlingNews). She further emphasized that while the guidance of experienced wrestlers like Rhea Ripley, Dana Brooke, and Nattie Neidhart is beneficial, their on-screen presence isn’t a requirement for the NXT division’s success.

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Tiffany Stratton on the NXT Advantage: A Spotlight on Women

Stratton also highlighted the unique advantage that NXT offers to its women’s division. She believes that NXT provides a more prominent spotlight for women compared to Raw and SmackDown. This focus on female talent, according to Stratton, is a significant factor in the division’s success.

“We have a lot of young talent,” Stratton said, mentioning Thea Hail, Roxanne Perez, and Cora Jade, who are all in their early twenties. She sees a bright future for the NXT women’s division, predicting that many of these young talents will dominate Raw and SmackDown in the next three to four years.

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Tiffany Stratton: A Future Shaped by NXT

Stratton’s claim is a testament to the strength and potential of the NXT women’s division. It’s a bold statement that not only underscores the division’s current success but also forecasts its future impact on the broader WWE landscape.

Stratton’s assertion is a rallying cry for the NXT women’s division, a call to arms that emphasizes the division’s independence and potential. It’s a statement that will undoubtedly resonate with the NXT roster and fans alike, further fueling the division’s drive to succeed.

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