10 Youngest Superstars in WWE right now
In the world of professional wrestling or "sports entertainment", there are more than a selected few wrestlers that began their WWE career when they were just teenagers. WWE veterans like Daniel Bryan began wrestling as young as the age of 16. Brock Lesnar broke the record in 2002 when he became the youngest person to hold the WWE Championship at just 25 years old. Even though many youngsters are still competing in the WWE Performance Centre and WWE NXT, they are yet to make an impact on the main roster.
There is no specific age required to start out as a pro wrestler. Most superstars began their careers at 16 or 18 years old. Former Divas Champion Paige had her first wrestling match when she was just thirteen. As more wrestlers make it to WWE, they look to make their mark in the biggest pro wrestling company in the world.
The following is a list of the youngest male and female wrestlers in WWE right now (as of 12 April 2019) and it only consists of Superstars on the main roster (Raw and Smackdown Live only). Wrestlers who share the same age are ranked according to the order of their birth.
#10 Alexa Bliss - 27 years old
Alexa Bliss is one of the most successful female superstars in WWE right now. She has accomplished what most would dream about. At the young age of only 27 years old, Bliss has made history by becoming the first person to win the Smackdown and Raw Women's Championship on two separate occasions. She held the titles several times each, making her a 5-time women's champion.
She also won the 2018 women's Money in the Bank ladder match, thus winning the briefcase and becoming the first female and third superstar overall to cash it in on the same night it was won. Bliss is also one of the most talented in-ring performers in the company. She is brilliant on the mic, plays a very good heel and she's very attractive.
Little Miss Bliss still has many more years left in her and she'll be around for a very long time. She is an example of an experiment that became a great success. Bliss hosted WWE's grandest event, WrestleMania 35, making her the youngest and the first active female superstar to do so.