4 things you need to know about Riott Squad
The all-female triad has turned heads on Smackdown. Here are five essential bits of information about the trilogy of terror.
From the Fabulous Freebirds to the Sheepherders and Rip Morgan to the Shield, wrestling has always loved its triad stables.
Three is a magic number in wrestling. A wrestler's shoulders must be pinned to the mat for three seconds. A ref will lift a fallen competitor's arm three times to see if they are truly unconscious. And there are usually three singles belts in any given promotion.
One is nice, twice is better, but three is the magic number for Ruby Riott when she put together her team. Here are five things you need to know about WWE's Riott Squad.
#4. Sarah Logan started her training days after High School ended.
While many teenagers go off to college or start work in industry after college, Sarah Logan headed off to Japan.
Her goal was to learn the wrestling business from one of the most exacting, brutal places to train. Logan's stiff shots and technical acumen are a result of her training in the Land of the Rising Sun.
Unlike other female wrestlers who stumbled into the game after a failed modeling career, Logan always knew she wanted to be a wrestler and achieved her dream through hard work and determination.