According To Mickie James, Meiko Satomura And Zoey Stark Are Prepared For The WWE Main Roster.
Many Superstars might be beginning new chapters in their careers this Friday on “Smackdown,” which will mark the beginning of the WWE Draft. The people who might be called up from “NXT,” however, will get to begin writing their first chapter on the main roster. The legendary Mickie James has some ideas about who might be making the transition from the developmental brand when it comes to prospective draft picks. The former Impact Knockouts and WWE Women’s Champions discussed some of her top choices for moving from the “NXT” women’s division to either the red or blue brand on “Busted Open.” She started by bringing up Zoey Stark, the former “NXT” Women’s Tag Team Champion.
“I think Zoey Stark is ready for [the main] roster,” said James. “I feel like … [if she’s not going to be] the ‘NXT’ Women’s Champion, I think it would benefit the main roster [to call her up]. She’d be a great personality on television … She’s ready, in my opinion.”Mickie James via Busted Open
James suggested the legendary Japanese wrestler Meiko Satomura as a possible call-up for the second pick. Satomura was a mainstay all throughout Japan before making appearances in the Mae Young Classic, “NXT UK,” and “NXT,” as well as in her own promotion Sendai Girls. However, the draft may present a number of fantasy matches.
“If you have the opportunity to put her on television against some of the women on that roster like [Asuka or Bianca Belair], that would be incredible,” James said. “As soon as I saw her name, I was like, ‘Oh my god, yes please.’ All day. I don’t care which brand.”Mickie James via Busted Open
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