Nikki A.S.H. wants to defend the WWE Raw Women's Championship against some fan-favorite names.
Nikki A.S.H. quickly went from not appearing on Monday Night Raw to becoming the Raw Women's Championship after developing the new persona that is supposed to represent the underdogs in the world as she is “almost” a superhero.
The main portion of her rise on Monday nights has involved her facing Charlotte Flair and Rhea Ripley but speaking with Bleacher Report, Nikki has named several women that she would like to defend the championship against, many of whom are named that fans are always clamoring to get additional opportunities such as Naomi, and Liv Morgan.
"We have so many female Superstars that as almost a superhero, as the Raw Women's Champion, I'll be a fighting champion," she said. "I'll defend my championship against anyone and everyone. Personally, I'd love to mix it up with Mia Yim. I'd love to mix it up with Tamina. One of my favorite matches of my career was at a live event that me and Tamina had in San Diego a few years ago, so I'd love to mix it up with Tamina.
"I'd love to mix it up with Naomi, Liv Morgan—so many women I'd love to do something with. Also on Raw, we have Eva Marie and Doudrop, and I know Doudrop from Scotland. That would be an amazing moment, getting to fight against her. We went to the same wrestling school in Scotland, and we've both had amazing journeys but very different journeys. I'd love to do that match."
Nikki A.S.H. and Mia Yim had many matches on WWE Main Event back when Yim was known as RECKONING of RETRIBUTION, however, it was reported that she was moved to the SmackDown roster months ago. Liv Morgan, though she is a fan-favorite, is currently a member of the SmackDown roster and it has been reported that Naomi has been moved to Friday Night SmackDown as well.
Before Nikki can defend her championship against any of the names that she has mentioned above, she has to make it past SummerSlam where she will defend the Raw Women's Championship against Charlotte Flair and Rhea Ripley in a Triple Threat Match. Learn more here.