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Top 5 current youngest WWE female wrestlers

Many of us aspire to be WWE Superstars, and for many of them, that is where it all began. The development of a promotion’s young wrestlers into future stars is crucial. Otherwise, they risk becoming like WCW 2.0, which had the ability to develop stars from its younger wrestlers and instead relied on aging stars like Hulk Hogan. Women who transformed the environment for women in pro wrestling, like Lita, Chyna, and Trish Stratus, helped WWE create stars.

Before becoming well-known in WWE, several WWE Superstars got their start in this industry as young teenagers and wrestled in a number of independent promotions. Along the process, these ladies contributed to the company’s history. These young women demonstrated that age is truly only a number, whether it was by main eventing a significant WWE event or capturing their first title as adults.

Liv Morgan 

One of the WWE’s youngest women and a woman with a lot of potential is Liv Morgan. 2014 saw Morgan make his NXT debut after first signing with WWE. She spent three years with the developmental brand before making her SmackDown debut as a member of The Riott Squad with Sarah Logan and Ruby Riott. With her improvements in the ring when she first started competing as a singles athlete, Morgan has won the admiration of many. Given her continued development and favorable opportunities, many people think Morgan has what it takes to become the next major star in the women’s division.

Tegan Nox

Tegan Nox, while not having won any championship gold on the yellow brand, is one of the more gifted female wrestlers to come out of NXT in recent years. Considering that she was brought up to SmackDown in 2021 alongside Shotzi, expect that to change on the main roster. Tegan Nox’s career has been hampered by a number of ailments, but at only 28 years old, she still has plenty of time to get past her current struggles and experience enormous success in the future.


Aliyah left NXT after a protracted tenure and went to Raw. She still has plenty of time to succeed on the main roster and win some singles gold, something she was unable to do on the yellow brand at the age of just 28. She was a member of The Robert Stone Brand while she was in NXT, but she recently turned against him, presumably resulting in a new position for the rising star. The pinnacle of Aliyah’s WWE career to date is when she and Raquel Rodriguez won the Women’s Tag Team Championship.

Indi Hartwell

At barely 26 years old, Indi Hartwell is the second-youngest female wrestler on the main roster. When she was selected for Raw, Hartwell was the NXT Women’s Champion and a member of the winning tag team with Candice LeRae. At 31 days, Hartwell has the unwelcome distinction of holding the NXT Women’s Championship for the shortest time. Hartwell has all the necessary qualities, and at age 26, being a part of the main roster can only help her improve.

Rhea Ripley

Rhea Ripley, the youngest female wrestler on the main roster at just 26 years old, has already held the Raw Women’s Championship. Even though it wasn’t the best reign, it demonstrates the confidence WWE brass has in Ripley, so we should expect to see a lot more gold in her future. Ripley was a dominant NXT Women’s Champion in addition to being on the main roster, and she has already competed in four championship matches at WrestleMania.

Rhea Ripley26
Indi Hartwell26
Tegan Nox28
Liv Morgan28

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