Roxanne Perez is the future of the WWE women’s division


The purpose of WWE NXT is to find and build the next big stars that can carry WWE into the future. While some question the presentation of the show each week, there’s no arguing that there are a lot of talented performers on that roster. Roxanne Perez is near the top of the list and WWE plays their booking cards right, the company has a performer that can carry the women’s division for years to come.

Perez defeated Tiffany Stratton, another prospect to keep an eye on, this past Wednesday to pick up the Breakout Tournament contract. With it, she’s guaranteed a shot at the NXT Women’s Championship, currently held by Mandy Rose. Without question, Perez should be the one to end Rose’s run at the top of the NXT roster and perhaps send her and Toxic Attraction to the main roster. NXT 2.0 should be Perez’s brand to run until she’s moved up herself.

Perez’s track record already speaks volumes. The former Ring of Honor women’s champion would fit in on any roster and make an immediate impact. She’s not a prospect of the future, in many ways she’s a top talent today and should be recognized as such.

Imagine taking Perez off NXT 2.0 and putting her on SmackDown or Monday Night Raw. She would immediately fit in battling the likes of Bayley, Becky Lynch, Charlotte Flair, and others. Imagine Perez going up against heel versions of Sasha Banks, Bianca Belair, or Rhea Ripley. Those are the types of feuds that will set the stage for the future of this division and that future involves Roxanne Perez.

WWE doesn’t need to rush with this development. The company has shown a penchant to hotshot some aspects of booking that did not work out in the long run. WWE NXT 2.0 gives WWE the opportunity to continue to craft Perez into the champion they need for the next generation. The same is true with another young champion in Bron Breakker. These are two performers that WWE could rely on as future stars in they are crafted in the right fashion.

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WWE needs to do all the work needed in building its future roster. Roxanne Perez is one of those bricks that can lead to the foundation of what the WWE women’s division becomes for the next decade, if not longer.