The former WWE RAW Women’s Champion Rhea Ripley recently gave his opinion on how different the main roster is from NXT. Ripley is working in WWE for the last four years.
Rhea Ripley started her WWE career as a participant in the Mae Young Classic tournament of 2017. She was only 20 year old back then. She was quite different from the person whom we see today. But from the very first day of her debut she has been very impressive.
Rhea Ripley Points Out The Differences Between WWE Main Roster And NXT
In 2018 WWE gave her a chance as they signed her on the NXT UK brand. Soon she became the NXT UK Women’s Champion. Only after one year she arrived in the NXT. She had been very successful in her NXT run as she won the NXT Women’s Championship one time.
She made her main roster debut this year only before WrestleMania 37 to challenge Asuka for the WWE Raw Women’s Championship at the grandest stage of them all. She defeated Asuka to win the title. She successfully carried the championship for 98 days before finally dropping it to Charlotte Flair.
Rhea Ripley, who is a former WWE NXT Women’s Champion, recently spoke to Bleacher Report where she recently gave his opinion on how different the main roster is from NXT. She said;
“[The main roster is] completely different. I didn’t think it’d be so different. I’m still trying to find my footing. It’s nearly there, it’s nearly there. It’s so unpredictable, and that’s something I’m not used to just yet.
“It’s also got a different stress level to it because there are more eyes on it. Before, I didn’t realize how many people watched Raw and SmackDown and how many people watched NXT.
“Now I’m getting the picture of how many more people are tuning in to Raw and SmackDown that puts a lot more stress and pressure on myself to perform and do fantastic, especially being a perfectionist as I am.”