5 best WWE wrestlers under the age of 30
These are the best wrestlers among the younger lot.
It takes pro-wrestlers years and years of hard work before they reach the global stage. Most professional wrestlers peak by the age of 40. WWE is flooded with the talent of all ages. On one hand, there are wrestlers like Triple H and Chris Jericho who are both 45+ and still going strong, whereas NXT Superstars like Tyler Bate and Velveteen Dream are in their early 20s, but have already made a mark in the wrestling industry.
We have always heard "age is just a number". Some of the wrestlers in WWE have proved it, and have defied the old adage that talent comes with experience.
Here are five best WWE wrestlers under the age of 30.
Ricochet (29) - The hottest free agent has finally arrived in WWE. The fans are eagerly waiting for some high-flying action from one of the best wrestlers in the world.
Cedric Alexander (28) - He has impressed everyone with his wrestling skills. He will fight Mustafa Ali for the Cruiserweight Championship at WrestleMania 34.
Alexa Bliss (26) - The current Raw Women's Champion is one of the best performers of the Women's division. She is arguably the best mic worker and a perfect heel.
Jason Jordan (29) - Currently sidelined due to injury, he is an amazing in-ring technician. The WWE Universe will be anticipating the return of a repackaged Jason Jordan.
Velveteen Dream (22) - The most unique and spooky character of 2017, Velveteen is a star in NXT. His rivalry with Aleister Black was a high-point of the year.
Tyler Bate (20) - The first WWE United Kingdon Champion is incredibly talented, and one can only imagine how good he'll be in a few years
#5 Bayley (28)
Bayley was the face of NXT. A highly relatable character with a never give up attitude, her journey in NXT inspired many young fans of the product and it showed her potential as a huge babyface star. She won the NXT Women's Championship at Takeover: Brooklyn in a highly even contest which was awarded Match of the Year.
Bayley won the Raw Women's Championship in February last year and went on to retain the title at WrestleMania 33. After dropping the title to Alexa Bliss, her main roster run became a little too bland. Her feuds with Bliss and Sasha Banks have been noteworthy, but have still not given her the recognition she deserves.
Bayley is one of the most skilled women wrestlers in the world. She is a pure babyface, a perfect underdog, and a tremendous seller. Her journey was a coming of age story, and she has never disappointed in the ring. She has everything that is required to be the face of the company and with her undeniable likable personality, the Hugger is sure to have a great career ahead in WWE.