WWE has begun recruiting a number of second generation stars over the past few years with the like of Roman Reigns, The Usos, Carmella, Tamina, and even Natalya following in their father’s footsteps.
Charlotte Flair is one of the most famous second generation wrestlers and has even had numerous story lines with her own father, 16-time World Champion Ric Flair.
There have been a number of women brought into WWE over the past few years who have links to the WWE. But there are also a number of second generation female wrestlers who aren’t part of WWE yet or could well make their return and play a huge part in the Women’s Revolution over the coming months.
With the Mae Young Classic currently taking place, it’s the perfect time for any female wrestler to put herself forward to WWE, and the daughters of WWE stars are usually given a fair chance if Charlotte is used as an example.
The following is a list of 15 wrestling daughters who could really make an impact if they were given the chance in WWE.
15. Tessa Blanchard
Tessa is the daughter of Four Horseman member Tully Blanchard and has already proved that she has the right credentials when it comes to a run in WWE. Tessa is a former ECWA Women’s Champion and is working on pursuing a career at a much higher level.
Tessa admitted in a recent interview that it was only during the 2012 WrestleMania/Hall of Fame weekend that she made the decision that she wanted to pursue a career in wrestling. So, she still seen as quite green by many of the wrestling crowd, even though she is working on this. She stated that she was addicted from the minute she stepped in the ring, so she could perhaps make her own way to WWE in the not too distant future.
14. Bianca Carelli
Bianca is the daughter of former Intercontinental Champion Santino Marella. And despite her young age she has already made quite an impact in a world of her own. Bianca is a former Miss Teen- Ontario and has been dancing since she was four-years-old which proves that she has the athletic background needed to make it in the WWE world.
Bianca has talked about how her family have always pushed her to pursue her dreams but wrestling has never been something that she has considered doing. It seems unlikely that she would follow in her father’s footsteps, but with recent rumours suggesting that the king of the Cobra could be set to come out of retirement in the coming months, never say never when it comes to Bianca making a switch in careers.
13. Amy Hennig
The daughter of the late, great Mr. Perfect Curt Hennig and the sister of former Intercontinental Champion Curtis Axel, Amy is in the company of some great wrestlers and has already begun breaking into the business herself. But she has a long way to go before she reaches the level of her Hall of Fame father.
Amy trained at Harley Race’s wrestling school and is a three time Ladies Champion in the World League of Wrestling, which shows that she does possess some wrestling talent and in WWE’s Performance Center. They would easily be able to mould many of the skills she already possesses. Amy comes from an athletically gifted family and would definitely benefit from a run in WWE. Perhaps an appearance from his sister would help to kick start Curtis Axel’s career as well.
12. Ariel Teal Toombs
Ariel is the daughter of the late great WWE Hall of Fame “Rowdy” Roddy Piper, she appeared alongside her father in the film Legion: The Final Exorcism and it seems that she got a feel for the world of acting and decided that was what she wanted to pursue. Her father was a talented actor and wrestler, but Ariel has not yet expressed a desire to pursue a career in the world of body slams and suplexes.
Instead, it seems that Ariel is a talented singer and even revealed that there were plans for her to work with her father on a debut music album shortly before his death, so it seems as though Ariel already knows what she wants to do with her life, but as with many second generation stars, I’m sure the door at WWE will always be open to her.
11. Alexandra Hart
The beautiful daughter of Bret Hart, also known as “Beans” comes from one of the most famous families in professional wrestling. So it comes as no surprise that she has already expressed an interest in becoming part of WWE, tweeting back in 2013 that she was a future WWE Diva.
Sabina was working hard to catch WWE’s eye when she became pregnant, which has put all of her plans for a career in the ring on hold for now. But if she really wants to pursue a career in wrestling then she could return to the business in the coming months instead. The Hart Family already have Natalya flying the flag for the family in WWE right now, but it would be great for Bret’s daughter to be able to climb her way up through the ranks as well. It could also lead to some interesting storylines between the two.
10. Alana Leslie
Alana Leslie became known to the WWE Universe as “Baby Beefcake” given that she is the daughter of former WWE Champion Brutus “the Barber” Beefcake. Beefcake became famous in WWE during an era along side the likes of Alana’s godfather Hulk Hogan, who reportedly helped her a lot when she was thinking of breaking into the wrestling business when she was younger.
Alana was once signed to Jersey Championship Wrestling which is seemingly where she was finally introduced to the full aspects of a business she had grown up watching. Since then the public hasn’t heard much from the aspiring star and it seems that she could have changed her career choice. Either way, she is someone who has grown up around wrestlers and knows the business well and WWE could benefit from another star like Charlotte Flair.
9. Stacy Colon
The Colon Family are definitely no strangers to the wrestling business with Primo and Epico currently signed to the SmackDown Live roster. Stacy’s brother Carlito is also a former WWE United States Champion as well, but many of the WWE Universe are unaware that WWE Hall of Famer Carlos Colon has a daughter.
Much like her brothers and her father, Stacy tried to make it in the wrestling business but failed. She has seemingly maintained an athletic body and manages to remain just as active as the rest of her family. So it would be interesting to see if the results would be any different in WWE’s Performance Center. The Colons were recently reported to have asked for their release from WWE, and it would be something different if WWE decided to bring Stacy in as a valet for the duo.
8. Santana Garrett
The daughter of Mr. TNT Kenny G, Santana Garett is widely considered to be one one of the best female wrestlers on the circuit right now. Garett’s father wrestled in St. Louis a lot when she was younger and Santana claimed that her father taught her a lot about the business and is one of the reasons she decided to pursue it as a career.
Santana has appeared in TNA and is a Shine Tag Team Champion, but she has also appeared on WWE TV a number of times, competing in NXT against the likes of Asuka, Billie Kay, and Emma. Santana made her return to TNA earlier this year and faced former WWE star Brandi Rhodes. But with the recent decline of Impact Wrestling, it could be the perfect time for Santana to make the switch over to WWE.
7. Mikala Smith
The daughter of WWE duo Grizzly Smith and Baby Doll and the niece of WWE Hall of Famer Jake “The Snake” Roberts, Mikala seems to be in good company when it comes to legends of the business. Mikala wrestles under the name Samantha Starr and has already made an impact in the world of wrestling as a former VOW Queen of the Ring.
Mikala definitely has the looks and ability that WWE seek when it comes to new talent and could probably benefit from spending a few months at WWE’s famous Performance Center. That being said, she is already a well-rounded athlete and could easily fit in on the NXT. Mikala has even adopted her uncle’s famous DDT finishing move and seems to be doing quite well on the Independent Scene right now.
6. Brooke Hogan
Brooke Hogan has been seen in WWE before. But since then she has been part of Hogan Knows Best and was even given a role in TNA and worked as part of the creative team when it came to the women’s roster.
Brooke is the daughter of WWE Hall of Famer Hulk Hogan and WWE seem to be warming to the idea of bringing Hogan back to WWE after the racial comment scandal has died down a lot since it first happened. Brooke knows the business inside out and has been around wrestlers her whole life. She has a wrestling mind and would easily be able to add a new dimension to the current Women’s Revolution. Of course, Brooke returning to WWE would also leave the door open for her father, which is something the WWE have wanted for a while.
5. Lacey Von Erich
Lacey Von Erich is a member of the famous Von Erich wrestling family that was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame back in 2009. Lacey has grown up around wrestling. The sport is all that she has known and has even been able to get a taste of the live performance herself as part of The Beautiful People in TNA.
Lacey once stated that she feels as though she is a much better actress than she is a wrestler and that even though she has had some contact with WWE before, they made her feel as though she needed to be an exceptional wrestler because of the family that she came from. TNA then accepted her for who she was and made her feel much more welcome. This doesn’t bode well when it comes to whether or not she would be comfortable joining WWE in the near future.
4. Shaul Guerrero
Shaul is the daughter of the late great Eddie Guerrero and his wife Vickie, who is also a former WWE star known as Raquel Diaz. Shaul became well-known to the WWE when she was in NXT. She was given some time away from NXT back in 2012 when it was made clear that she was suffering from an eating disorder.
Shaul is also married to SmackDown Superstar Aiden English. The couple tied the knot back in 2016, just months after she was officially released from NXT. Shaul could get her life back on track and return to WWE in the near future, she has proved herself a number of times in the ring and even held the Queen of FCW title for 119 days. She proved a lot of doubters wrong, and would probably love the chance to make it onto WWE’s main roster alongside her husband.
3. Brittany Page
Brittany Page is the daughter of WWE Hall of Famer Diamond Dallas Page and much like her father, she has developed an interest in yoga. She currently works as a yoga instructor and contributes to her father’s DDP Yoga as well.
Brittany is beautiful and athletic. She inherited all of the right things from her mother and father and given her natural ability when it comes to yoga, there should be no reason why she would be able to make the switch over to the world of professional wrestling. Brittany is well-known and well-liked by the WWE Universe already after the impact that her father has had on the business and how much he has helped a number of struggling stars since then, so it seems Brittany is already half way there.
2. Rachael Ellering
The daughter of current NXT manager Paul Ellering, Rachael has been working on the independent wrestling circuit since 2015. It is reported that she was recently signed to the WWE roster to be part of the Mae Young Classic Tournament that is being filmed this month and then released on the WWE Network in August.
Ellering is also dating current NXT star Kassius Ohno, who was known as Chris Hero on the Independent Circuit. She possesses her father’s knowledge of the business and is seen by many of the WWE Universe as the next big female wrestler for WWE. It is currently unknown as to whether or not WWE will be signing all of the women who are part of the Mae Young Classic, but Rachael would definitely be an interesting addition to the NCT women’s roster.
1. Noelle Foley
Noelle Foley is perhaps the most famous wrestling daughter that isn’t currently signed to WWE. The daughter of Hardcore Legend Mick Foley has expressed an interest in being hired by WWE. aS part of “Holey Foley” Noelle went through basic training and an official tryout with WWE where she was put through her paces by many of the current Women’s division.
Noelle wasn’t signed by WWE based on her performance in the tryout, but she was told that if she improves and decides to try again in the near future then WWE would definitely be up for her trying again. Noelle hosts videos on YouTube and even if she isn’t used as an in-ring presence, she could easily blend in as a backstage interviewer or social media correspondent instead, given how active she is on Twitter.
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