The women's division in NXT is arguably the strongest division in the entire WWE right now given the roster make up.
Charlotte Flair reigns on top, but Mia Yim, Io Shirai, Rhea Ripley, Candice LeRae, Tegan Nox, Dakota Kai, Chelsea Green, and more are all waiting in the wings.
Speaking to Justin Barrasso of Sports Illustrated Kai was asked about the possibility of NXT adding a second women's championship.
"Having another title within the women’s division would be so feasible for us. There are so many talented women. There are storylines outside of the title picture, and with another title, those would be fighting for something. Last summer at TakeOver: Toronto, Io Shirai and Candice LeRae had a match on the card—and this year at TakeOver in Portland, Tegan and I had a match, so another title would be used well. There are so many talented women, so a secondary title isn’t a crazy idea," she said.
Kai continued, discussing how everyone in the NXT women's locker room roots for each other to succeed in order to make the best division possible.
"It is so humbling to be part of it. It’s one of the best in the world, and I think why it’s so successful is because everyone in the NXT women’s division is pushing each other and bringing out the best in one another. It’s a healthy competition, which is amazing, and all the girls want to support each other. The end goal for everyone in the division is to put out the best product. No one is trying to do anything for selfish gain. We’re working to put out the best story possible. For any of us to put on a great match or tell a great story, we all need to be on the same page. That is the key to the NXT women’s division," she stated.
Kai teamed with Raquel Gonzalez to defeat Shotzi Blackheart & Tegan Nox on Wednesday's NXT.
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