First Mandy Rose and Sona Deville debuted on Raw, now Ruby Riot, Sarah Logan, and Liv Morgan have been added to SmackDown Live’s ranks.
The Raw women's division got a serious shake-up on Monday night. Paige returned after well over a year away and she came with some NXT Superstars in tow. Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville joined the two-time Divas' Champion and together the three of them ran rough shot through the locker room, even taking out the Women's Champion Alexa Bliss.
The addition of two new women left things looking pretty unbalanced when it came to Raw and SmackDown Live's respective women's divisions. You could say that anything Raw can do SmackDown Live can do better, although Team Blue's loss at Survivor Series would suggest otherwise. Nevertheless, Tuesday night got a few new women of their own this week.
Naomi was minding her own business backstage when NXT's Ruby Riot appeared out of nowhere and introduced herself. She also had two companions to introduce, fellow NXT Superstar Liv Morgan and Mae Young Classic competitor Sarah Logan. Clearly, the trio wanted to make a similar impact to the one made by the debuting women on Raw the night before and began to put the boots to Naomi.
Becky Lynch happened to be passing by and naturally attempted to intervene. All The Lass Kicker managed to do though was take the threesome's attention away from Naomi and have them focus it on her. Riot, Morgan, and Logan relentlessly beat down Becky to the point that when they were done officials began calling for medical attention. Why the women moving on up from NXT are so angry is unclear as of right now, but consider a message sent by Full Sail's females for the second time in as many days.
In two days, five women from NXT have debuted on the main roster. While it has been unexpected and pretty exciting you have to wonder who exactly is left down at Full Sail. The four women in the Women's Championship match at NXT TakeOver: WarGames plus Billie Kay basically. You'd have to think that there are going to be wholesale changes to the women's division in NXT also, and that maybe a few of the Mae Young Classic competitors will be becoming full-time talents.