NXT 2.0 made its debut in September last year and it promised an entirely new outlook on the product. While it did bring about quite a few changes, not all of them were met with a positive reception.
With a fresh look and coat of paint, came a new sense of direction which has seen a new set of WWE Superstars, especially the likes of Bron Breakker. However, not quite a few talents have yet to truly connect with the fans.
There are certainly a lot of negatives to the product according to fans, but it seems Liv Morgan has a very interesting take on NXT 2.0’s women’s division right now. While speaking with Scott Fishman of TV Insider, Liv Morgan gave huge props to NXT 2.0 for creating stars in the women’s division, naming the likes of Cora Jade, Amari Miller and more.
“I think they are doing a great job at NXT. I feel they are creating stars. The same core group of girls is really trying to grow. Trying to let everyone shine and showcase everyone to see what they can do. It’s so important to give opportunities to other people. I love Cora.
I love Amari [Miller]. Tiffany [Stratton] is funny; I think she is going to be great. She is clearly athletic, but so new. I think with more experience she is going to be great. I love Toxic Attraction, Indi [Hartwell]. There are so many girls who are going to be amazing. Eventually, when they come to RAW and SmackDown, they will be even more amazing.”
It remains to be seen whether the company will be able to further develop their female stars in NXT 2.0 as fans want something to be invested in.