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10 Youngest female WWE Superstars on the current roster

Israel Lutete
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They may be young, but age didn't stop them from making it as a WWE Superstar
They may be young, but age didn't stop them from making it as a WWE Superstar

Becoming a WWE Superstar is what many of us dream of, and for numerous Superstars, that's how it all started. It's very important for a promotion to develop its young wrestlers into future stars. Otherwise, they'd end up like WCW 2.0, which relied on older stars such as Hulk Hogan and failed to build stars out of their younger wrestlers. WWE built stars out of women like Lita, Chyna, and Trish Stratus, who changed the landscape for women in pro wrestling.

Many WWE Superstars started in this business when they were just teenagers and they wrestled in several independent promotions before making a big name for themselves in WWE. These women also made history along the way in the company. Whether it was winning their first title in their adulthood or main eventing a major WWE show, these young women proved that age is indeed just a number.

So, without further ado, here are the ten youngest female Superstars currently performing in WWE right now (as of 25 July 2019). Only the in-ring wrestlers are counted and not managers or other backstage personnel.


#10 Killer Kelly - 27 years old

Born: 21 March 1992
Born: 21 March 1992

Killer Kelly made her debut for WWE in 2018 last year, and she is currently the first Portuguese wrestler to sign with WWE. She is part of the NXT UK women's division.

She also took part in the 2018 Mae Young Classic. She hasn't accomplished anything major in NXT UK yet but could achieve a lot in the future.


#9 Sasha Banks - 27 years old

Born: 26 January 1992
Born: 26 January 1992

The Boss Sasha Banks has accomplished a lot in WWE despite her young age. In her career, she has main evented several WWE PPV's, including NXT TakeOver: Respect, Hell in a Cell and the 2018 women's Royal Rumble match. She is a four-time Raw Women's Champion, former NXT Women's Champion and the inaugural WWE Women's Tag Team Champion.

It's incredible how Banks achieved so much at a young age. She is one of the most decorated female Superstars in WWE right now but after she and Bayley lost their Women's Tag Team Championships to The IIconics at WrestleMania 35, Banks has not been seen on WWE TV since and it's unknown when exactly she will make her return to the ring.

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