3 reasons why turning Nia Jax face isn't best for business
Nia Jax is indeed synonymous with domination, and her entire run in WWE proves it; she dominated NXT during her time in developmental, and has been doinating the Raw women's division since her debut on the red brand.
Despite all this, her power has never been utilized properly as she has either played a helping hand to her Team Rude partner Alexa Bliss or has been involved in some stale and weird storylines with Enzo Amore (who is no longer a part of WWE following a sexual assault claim against him). Her recent storyline with Asuka has taken her even more down.
If WWE really wants to utilize this powerhouse to her full ability, then she shouldn't turn face. Here are three reasons why.
#3 - Nia has performed well as a heel
If records are anything to go by, we all know how Jax dominated the entire NXT women's locker room since her debut on 14 October 2015. She has an intimidating look and raw power that sets her apart from everyone else, and her heel persona helped her gain prominence in an already stacked women's division.
It was her time in developmental that helped her reach the pinnacle of NXT's women's division with her strong heel character work where she defeated the best; however, she never got her hands on the title, but this time could be different.
Jax as a heel is what's best for business.