NXT has changed quite a few times over the past couple of years, especially regarding the brand’s overall presentation and focus on younger talent. This was especially the case after Triple H and Shawn Michaels took charge. Now it appears that some have called for WWE to introduce a mid-card women’s title in NXT.

NXT’s women’s division is certainly in a good state right now, with the likes of Cora Jade, Roxanne Perez and others being weekly highlights on NXT television. Even current NXT women’s Champion Indi Hartwell is one of the most well-liked Superstars in the brand.

That said, there are still quite a few talented female wrestlers on the NXT roster who do not really get much to do due to the lack of other viable titles to compete for on a weekly basis.

While speaking to Fox News Digital, WWE Hall Of Famer Booker T talked about the current state of the NXT Women’s division. Booker T stated that he believes WWE should introduce a mid-card women’s title in NXT.


“We should have a mid-card belt for the ladies, almost like a television championship where it’s not competing with the Women’s NXT Championship, just to give someone else a little bit of a rub, a little bit of shine, as well as a little bit of something to work for because it always gonna be a while before you work your way to that big goal.”

With the current women’s roster in NXT being a stacked one, perhaps the introduction of a new title is exactly what the division needs. Only time will tell whether WWE will end up following Booker T’s advice in the end.

What’s your take on what Booker T said? Do you believe NXT should get a mid-card women’s title? Sound off in the comments!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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