Current Champion Believes They’re The Fastest Rising Star In WWE

Current Champion Believes They’re The Fastest Rising Star In WWE WWE

Over the past few months, numerous stars from WWE’s main roster have made appearances for NXT as part of an ongoing strategy from Nick Khan to help boost the interest in the brand.

The most recent main roster star to head to NXT is Becky Lynch, who is set to challenge current NXT Women’s Champion Tiffany Stratton for her title on next week’s (September 12) episode of the show.

The match comes after recent interactions between the two women, with Tiffany appearing at WWE Payback and Monday Night Raw in recent weeks.

Speaking on WWE’s The Bump, Stratton spoke about her main roster cameos, and how they’re a glimpse into the future.

She said:

“Like I’ve said before, I’m the center of the universe. It’s honestly no doubt that I am the center of Raw and SmackDown one day. I think that’s just a tiny little glimpse of what you guys are going to see, hopefully in the near future.”

Tiffany was then asked about comments she made referring to herself as the bar of NXT, and if she still believes that to be true.

She responded:

“I believe that I’m one of the fastest-rising stars in this company. I’m the bar right now in NXT, and I think I’m going to be the bar one day on Raw and SmackDown. I think I have every single component it takes to become a top WWE women’s superstar. So yeah, I would say that I’m a little bit of the bar.”

Stratton retained her NXT Women’s Championship against Kiana James on this week’s episode of NXT.

transcription via Fightful

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2 weeks ago by Connel Rumsey



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