The recent Women's Revolution has inspired many fans of the WWE product to make their dream a reality. This includes the children of current and former WWE Superstars, since Dominik was recently hired by the company and is currently one-half of the SmackDown Tag Team Champions alongside his father Rey Mysterio.
Dominik Mysterio's is quite a success story, but there are several other children of WWE superstars currently contracted to WWE. Across the company's brands, there are many second and third-generation stars but just six female wrestlers looking to follow in the footsteps of their parents.
The following list looks at the six daughters of current and former WWE Superstars who are contracted to the company.
#6 Simone Johnson - Daughter of former WWE Champion The Rock
Simone Johnson followed in her father's footsteps when she signed with WWE in February 2020.
Johnson is the oldest daughter of WWE Superstar The Rock and signed her first contract when she was just 18 years old. Johnson’s grandfather, Rocky Johnson, and great-grandfather, “High Chief” Peter Maivia, are also both WWE Hall of Famers.
Johnson became the company's first fourth-generation superstar when she officially signed with WWE and has since been training at The Performance Center.
Back in September, Johnson announced that she would be forced to undergo knee surgery for the third time.
#5 Xia Brookside - Daughter of former WWE Superstar and current trainer Robbie Brookside
Xia Brookside was just 19 years old when she made her first appearance for WWE as part of the Mae Young Classic where she lost to Io Shirai in the first round.
Brookside was later signed to WWE and became part of the NXT UK brand, where her father is a trainer and producer. Robbie Brookside had a hand in training his daughter after retiring from the business back in 2013.
During his two-decade-long career, Brookside made several appearances for WWE, one notable one coming back in 2007 when he lost a 3-on-one handicap match on an episode of RAW. Brookside took on Vince McMahon, Shane McMahon and Umaga but lost via disqualification. In the past, Brookside has wrestled with the likes of Snitsky and Maven on WWE TV.
#4 Charlotte Flair - Daughter of two-time WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair
Charlotte Flair is the most decorated female wrestler in WWE history as a former 12-time Women's Champion and former Women's Tag Team Champion.
Flair is just eight years into her WWE career after making her debut on the NXT brand in 2013. It comes as no surprise that The Queen has been able to dominate the company in such a short space of time, since she's the youngest daughter of WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair. Flair's oldest son David also had some success in WCW during the late 1990s and made a handful of appearances for WWE.
The Nature Boy, Ric Flair is a former 16-time world champion and at one time was the only two-time WWE Hall of Famer. Flair has played a huge part in his daughter's career and has even managed her throughout various storylines.
Charlotte and Ric were more recently part of a storyline on Monday Night RAW earlier this year, which was scrapped after it was revealed that Lacey Evans was legitimately pregnant.
#3 Tamina - Daughter of WWE Hall of Famer Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka
Tamina Snuka is currently one-half of the Women's Tag Team Champions alongside Natalya but is also a second-generation WWE Superstar.
Tamina is the daughter of WWE Hall of Famer Jimmy Snuka, who passed away back in 2017. Snuka was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame back in 1996 and has since inspired two of his children to follow in his footsteps.
Tamina's brother James is best known to the WWE Universe as Deuce from Deuce 'N' Domino. James had some success in WWE but was released from the company in 2009 before his sister was able to make her debut. James has since retired from the business and now works as a Youth Counselor and Cameraman.
The current Women's Tag Team Champion made her WWE debut back in 2010 as the manager of The Usos and is one of the company's longest-tenured female wrestlers. Tamina is a former 24/7 Champion but is yet to lift the RAW or SmackDown Women's Championships.
Tamina's father married Sharon Georgi back in 1964 and she became part of the famous Anoa'i family. This means that Tamina is related to The Usos and Roman Reigns through marriage.
#2 Natalya - Daughter of WWE Hall of Famer Jimmy "The Anvil" Neidhart
Natalya is currently one-half of the WWE Women's Tag Team Champions alongside Tamina. The Queen of Harts became the first-ever third-generation female wrestler in the world when she signed for WWE back in 2007.
Natalya trained in the Hart Family Dungeon and is the niece of WWE Hall of Famer Bret "The Hitman" Hart. Throughout her feud with Charlotte Flair back in 2014, her uncle was in her corner against Ric Flair.
Nattie is the daughter of WWE Hall of Famer Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart who is perhaps best remembered for his time in the Hart Foundation. Neidhart was added to the WWE Hall of Fame posthumously as a member of The Hart Foundation following his death back in 2018. Natalya represented her father as part of his induction back in 2019.
The connection between Natalya and her father was portrayed throughout her time on E! Network show Total Divas. Her father made several guest appearances on the show alongside her mother and sister Jenny.
#1 Carmella - Daughter of former WWE Superstar Paul Van Dale
Carmella signed for WWE in 2013 with no prior wrestling experience, since The Princess of Staten Island was working as a dancer for the LA Lakers.
Carmella's father, Paul Van Dale worked for WWE throughout the 1990s as a jobber but was still able to wrestle some big names in the company at the time, as well as inspiring his daughter to follow in his footsteps. The former champion herself has noted that she was a huge wrestling fan growing up.
Carmella made her debut as part of the NXT brand back in 2014 and over the past six years, she had some incredible accomplishments.
The former SmackDown Women's Champion is the only woman to have won the Money in the Bank ladder match twice, won the 2019 Women's WrestleMania Battle Royal, and the second season of the Mixed Match Challenge.
Carmella currently resides on SmackDown and has recently begun portraying a new character who believes she is "the most beautiful woman in all of WWE."