Tiffany Stratton debuted in NXT last year on December 28th. NXT’s resident buff Barbie Doll is still relatively new to the company, but is certainly improving every week. She also opened up about her WWE debut recently.

Tiffany Stratton might still be green when it comes to being an in-ring competitor, but she more than makes up for it when it comes to being a social media stalwart.

Stratton was a trainee at the WWE Performance Center before she made her in-ring debut against Amari Miller on 205 Live on November 16 last year. While speaking on El Brunch de WWE, Stratton revealed that she genuinely did not expect her debut to happen so quickly.

“I had my tryout for WWE back in May, and I didn’t really hear anything for a couple of weeks and then I got the email about a month after my tryout and it was over Zoom and I was very happy and it was a very good moment. I feel very good [being in NXT 2.0]. I did not expect to be put on to TV so quickly. I started at the P.C. and at the end of August, like the beginning of September and I debuted at the middle of December and I did not expect that to happen so I am very blessed and I feel very fortunate that I was able to debut so quickly with only being at the P.C. for a couple of months.” 

Stratton defeated Wendy Choo on the Great American Bash special episode of NXT 2.0 recently. Now it remains to be seen what the future holds for the Buff Barbie Doll.

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