As the WWE landscape undergoes a shift, rising star Tiffany Stratton emerges as a leading force with her trademark ‘Tiffy Time, her growing popularity, extremely gorgeous looks, and being positioned as a top prospect on the SmackDown roster.

Since her debut on SmackDown last month, Stratton has garnered significant attention and quickly become fan favorite, as evidenced by the enthusiastic crowd response during the WWE Elimination Chamber PLE event in Perth, Australia.

Moreover, the former NXT Women’s Champion has mesmerized the WWE Universe with her amazing athleticism, particularly her finishing move, dubbed as the Prettiest Moonsault Ever which is a triple jump on the turnbuckle, connecting with a reverse Swanton bomb.

While her fans adore seeing it each and every week, TNA star Ash by Elegance (formerly known as Dana Brooke in WWE) made a major accusation against Tiffy Time. In a debate on X, a user stated that they found Tiffany Stratton’s move much better than Ash’s. She probably took offense and responded via her X that Tiffany loves to steal everybody’s gimmicks and moves.


“Funny thing is I’ve been doing it for years & she loves to steal everyone’s moves & gimmicks … knock off Barbie…”

While Ash by Elegance has embarked on new journey in TNA since her arrival at January’s Hard to Kill pay-per-view, Tiffy Time continues to rule over SmackDown with fans eagerly awaiting what could be in store for Tiffany Stratton with WrestleMania 40 on the horizon in two weeks.

What are your thoughts on Ash by Elegance accusing Tiffany Stratton of stealing moves and gimmicks? Sound off in the comments!

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