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Tiffany Stratton makes HUGE admission about her career beyond WWE

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Tiffany Stratton, the reigning queen of the NXT Women’s division, has recently made a significant disclosure about her career aspirations beyond the wrestling ring.

While she continues to dominate the wrestling world, Stratton has expressed a keen interest in exploring the glitz and glamour of Hollywood.

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Tiffany Stratton: Meteoric Rise in NXT

Stratton’s journey in NXT has been nothing short of phenomenal. She debuted in December 2021 and, within a mere 18 months, she has managed to clinch the coveted NXT Women’s Championship title.

This rapid ascent is a testament to her talent, determination, and sheer hard work. However, Stratton’s ambitions are not confined to the wrestling ring.

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Hollywood Dreams: Following in the Footsteps of Wrestling Legends

In a recent interview with TV Insider, Stratton revealed her desire to tread the path carved by wrestling legends such as Batista, The Rock, and John Cena, who successfully transitioned from wrestling to acting.

“I would love to go into acting,” she confessed, indicating a potential shift in her career trajectory.

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A Dream Role: The Next Wonder Woman?

When asked about her dream role, Stratton’s eyes lit up.

“My dream role would be some cool action superhero girl that does cool flips. That’s my dream role. Like a Wonder Woman. I’m a big fan of her. I was dressed as her for Halloween one year,” she shared enthusiastically.

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