WWE can have plenty of plans for Superstars on their rosters, and sometimes they want to make sure that they find the right place, which can take a couple of tries. Now, it appears that one WWE Superstar might be moving over to the manager side of the roster.

WWE held an NXT live event in Gainesville, Florida on Saturday night, headlined by a Women’s Championship match between Tiffany Stratton and Thea Hail. Tiffany successfully retained her title, setting the stage for their upcoming clash at NXT Great American Bash scheduled for a week later.

In another noteworthy match, Dante Chen secured a victory against Quincy Elliott in a singles competition. Fans took notice on social media that Elliott had a new manager in the form of Performance Center recruit Alivia Ash, who is now going by the name Olivia.

It’s worth mentioning that Olivia Ash was part of the same recruit class, which included talents like Anna Keefer, Beau Morris, Breanna Ruggiero, Chukwusom Enekwechi, Franki Sterfling, Harleigh White, Hayden Pittman, Jade Gentile, Kennedy Cummins, Kevin Ventura-Cortes, Lea Mitchell, Rickssen Opont, and Skylor Clinton. The class comprised a promising group of individuals with great potential for the future.


Only time will tell how things pan out for Alivia Ash from this point on. She obviously has a ton of potential, and fans might just see her with a stable of clients eventually if she takes to her new managerial role in WWE NXT.

What’s your take on WWE’s developmental territory? Who do you think has the most potential? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you’re thinking!

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