WWE Star Says There’s More Spotlight For Women On NXT Than Main Roster

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NXT Women’s Champion Tiffany Stratton thinks her brand has the edge when it comes to women’s divisions in WWE.

With only so much TV time to go around in WWE, the search for the spotlight is often a competitive one, and in years gone by it was the female stars of the company that suffered more than most. Times have changed, however, but WWE’s main roster women might not be getting as much spotlight as those on NXT according to the NXT Women’s Champion.

Speaking to TVInsider, Tiffany Stratton discussed her thoughts on the different levels of consideration given to female stars on WWE’s different brands:

“I think we have a really good women’s division at NXT. I think it’s one of the better ones compared to Raw and SmackDown. At NXT I feel we have such a spotlight for the women. I definitely feel on Raw and SmackDown it’s not as much of the spotlight for the women.

“We have a lot of young talent. Thea Hail, for instance, is only 19 years old. Roxanne Perez, who is basically 21. Cora Jade, 22. I definitely think there is a lot of future within the NXT women’s division. I can definitely see a lot of the girls taking over within the next three or four years on Raw and SmackDown.”

Stratton also explained that she doesn’t think it’s necessary for main roster female stars to be making NXT appearances as Dana Brooke, Natalya, and Women’s World Champion Rhea Ripley have done in recent weeks:

“I definitely feel like it’s not needed. I feel like NXT should just be for the girls in NXT and the NXT division. But it does help a lot to have someone like Rhea Ripley come down, Dana Brooke, Nattie Neidhart to help the NXT girls and guide them through things and help establish them better. I do think it’s a big help though.”

Tiffany Stratton also discussed her relationship with a fellow WWE star becoming more public as her star rises although she stresses she still tries to keep her private life private.