Did Raw or SmackDown get the better of the recent NXT Women’s call-ups?

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Paige on raw groupPaige - not sure we should even count the Brit as an “addition” considering she’s an established main roster presence and definitely not an NXT call-up. But since it’s been more than a year since we’ve seen the two-time Divas champion, and to balance the numbers, we’re listing her here. You can decide whether to factor her in to your vote below.

Mandy Rose with mic blond hairMandy Rose - the second place female finisher from the latest season of Tough Enough, Amanda Saccomanno is a former fitness competitor and model who’s had a handful of appearances on NXT television, but had been largely kept off screen (allegedly because they’re high on her and wanted to let her establish her reputation on the main roster). She’s a vain heel from the same mold as Eva Marie and Lana, but is graded as a much better athlete/in-ring worker than either of those women.
Sonya Deville address the wweSonya Deville - another 2015 Tough Enough competitor, Daria Berenato went out much earlier than Rose. She’s had a lot more time on-screen for NXT, however, working programs with Peyton Royce & Billie Kay, and Ruby Riot. Deville has a mixed martial arts gimmick based on the fact she has professional experience (and a 2 - 1 record). Not that this has any bearing on her in-ring ability, but it could play into how WWE uses her for public relations - and is unquestionably historic - Berenato is the first openly lesbian performer in WWE history.


Ruby Riot in action wwe Ruby Riot - a decorated independent wrestler, both in women’s divisions/promotions and working opposite male performers, the former Heidi Lovelace joined WWE this past January and debuted almost immediately. Most of her television time has been spent in a feud with SAnitY’s Nikki Cross, where she’s been the most prominently featured of any of the ladies promoted this week - she and Cross challenged Asuka for the Women’s title at TakeOver: Chicago in May. The Punk Rock Ragdoll was a ‘fighting spirit’ face on Wednesday nights, but looks to have a new attitude on Tuesdays.
Liv Morgan in wwe actionLiv Morgan - a member of the Developmental roster since October 2014, Morgan was discovered at Triple H’s personal trainer Joe DeFranco’s New Jersey gym (the same place from where her ex-boyfriend Enzo Amore was signed). She’s been a bit player in the NXT Women’s scene since almost the start of her career, having worked with most of the big names who’ve passed through the Performance Center at one time or another. She’s pretty popular with the Florida faithful as a babyface, but that hasn’t helped her break into the title scene.

Sarah Logan - has been working the indies as Crazy Mary Dobson for most of this decade, and had a couple impressive one-shot appearances in NXT before signing in 2016. Since her contract, she featured in a short program with The Iconic Duo and delivered a standout performance in a round one loss to Mia Yim during the Mae Young Classic. She’d been playing a backwoods good girl character prior to showing up as a heel this week.Use The Comment Box to vote

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