WWE wants to create characters in NXT 2.0 and that includes men and women. They recently debuted a “Daddy’s Girl” gimmick, but that character might already be on the way out.

Tiffany Stratton started airing vignettes during NXT 2.0 this week where she played a Daddy’s Girl gimmick. The camera focused in on her tight tennis skirt as she talked like a character from “Mean Girls.” It turns out that character might be very short-lived.

During Wrestling Observer Live, Bryan Alvarez noted that he was told that NXT was considering backing away from debuting this new character.

“I don’t know if it’s because of me okay, I’m not gonna take credit for this. But I couldn’t help but hear within the last few hours that they may now be backing away from this daddy’s girl character so we’ll see. I’m not sure how many vignettes they’ve already shot but if she’s no longer talking about ‘daddy’ then you’ll know why. You heard it here first.”


Having a Daddy’s Girl character might set women back a bit on the NXT brand, but they are also under instruction to sport more revealing ring attire. They are also permitted to drop a few choice words and phrases to mature it up a bit.

We will have to see what is next for this new Daddy’s Girl gimmick on NXT 2.0, but it might not be a good idea to get used to seeing her around.

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