10 Youngest Superstars on the WWE main roster
Like any other sport, there is no set specific age to become a pro wrestler or begin training to get into professional wrestling. Some Superstars get into wrestling in their 20's and some even in their 30's, as passion for the wrestling industry is all that matters at the end of the day.
However, there are a few wrestlers who get into it at a very young age, and by their mid 20's, they're already veterans. We know the likes of Paige, who followed in the footsteps of her parents and started training at the young age of thirteen. It is just mind-blowing when putting things into perspective.
On the current WWE main roster, there are several young wrestlers. In this article we will look at the ten youngest.
#10. Ruby Riott (28 years old)
Ruby Riott, the leader of The Riott Squad, joined NXT in late 2016 and spent the better part of a year in the Black and Gold brand. A year later in 2017, she made her main roster debut along with Liv Morgan and Sarah Logan as The Riott Squad by attacking both Becky Lynch and Naomi.
Despite being very talented, she has mostly served to elevate other wrestlers and has rarely received any big opportunities to showcase herself. Earlier this year, she had to take time off and underwent shoulder surgery. She had to do the same for her other shoulder a few months later, which effectively kept her out of action longer than expected.
#9. Otis (27 years old)
Otis made his NXT debut in mid-2016 and since then spent about two years in the brand along with his tag team partner Tucker. The duo was over with fans, but barely achieved anything in NXT. Earlier this year, Otis moved to the main roster and has regularly been in the title picture.
Although he and Tucker haven't won the Tag Team Championships yet, Otis is still one of the popular Superstars on the roster due to his natural charisma and zany behavior that fans of all ages can enjoy. As of now, Heavy Machinery is on SmackDown and will likely see SmackDown Tag Team Championship opportunities in the future.