5 Youngest WWE Superstars on the main roster
In today's world of professional wrestling, there are more than a handful of wrestlers that began their WWE careers at a very young age. WWE veterans like Randy Orton and Brock Lesnar captured their first world title at a very young age and they went on to win multiple championships later in their careers. Even though some young superstars are still competing in the WWE Performance Centre and 205 Live, they are yet to make an impact on the main roster.
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There is no specific age to start out as a professional wrestler. Most superstars began their careers at 16-18 years old and others started out as young as 13 years old. As more wrestlers make it to the WWE, they look to make their mark in the biggest wrestling and sports entertainment company in the world. The following is a list of the youngest superstars in WWE right now and it only consists of superstars on the main roster, mainly Raw and Smackdown Live.
Here are the youngest WWE superstars in the current roster with their current ages (as of 28 March 2019).
#5 Sonya Deville (25 years old)
Sonya Deville is one of the most underrated female WWE Superstars in the company right now. Having a background in mix martial arts, she became a contestant in WWE Tough Enough in the 2015 season, where she came in eleventh. In 2015, she signed a contract with WWE and was assigned to the Performance Center to become where she trained to become a professional wrestler.
She then joined WWE's developmental territory NXT in 2015, but her run in the black and white brand was underwhelming. Deville made her main roster debut on Raw in 2017 alongside former Divas Champion Paige and Mandy Rose as they attacked Sasha Banks, Bayley, Mickie James and Alexa Bliss.
The stable was officially recognised under the name Absolution. During the 2018 WWE Superstar Shake-up, Deville and Mandy were drafted to the blue brand where they are currently competing as Fire and Desire. Although all the spotlight goes to God's Greatest Creation, perhaps we could see Deville shine in the future.