Tiffany Stratton wants to focus on bettering her in-ring skills before going to the main roster.
The 2023 WWE Draft is set to start on the April 28 episode of WWE SmackDown. Many fans are anxiously awaiting the show, as many performers will likely change brands. Fans are also excited to see which NXT stars will be drafted to the main roster, as many reports have surfaced recently regarding names that have the potential of being called up.
While appearing on the latest episode of Busted Open Radio, Tiffany Stratton, who made her wrestling debut back in late 2021, revealed that she would like to stay in NXT a bit longer to hone in on her wrestling skills a bit more. Stratton was also careful to note that if she does get called up, she will rise to the occasion and be ready.
“I definitely think, for my career, I would like to stay in NXT a little longer and hone in on my wrestling skills before getting called up. If I do get the call up, I’m ready and I will make the most of it and rise to the occasion and I’ll be ready.”
Stratton also talked about her relationships in the NXT locker room, noting that she has close friends and people that she can trust.
“I’m a very upfront, blunt person. I don’t take people’s crap. I’m very out there. I feel people are going to have a problem with me no matter what. I’m a pretty girl, I’m athletic, but I have my close friends and people I can lean on that I trust. People are going to have a problem with me, I feel, no matter what. It is what it is.”
Elsewhere in the interview, Stratton said that she wants to work on her selling in the ring. Fans can learn more by clicking here.
Stratton and Roxanne Perez are set to challenge Indi Hartwell for the NXT Championship in a triple threat match on the April 25 episode of WWE NXT. Fans can see the full lineup for the show by clicking here.
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