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WWE may be dropping plans for ‘daddy’s girl’ character on NXT

This week on NXT 2.0, a vignette aired for Tiffany Stratton, who will portray a rich spoiled “daddy’s girl” character similar to a character in the “Mean Girls” film. However, it looks like fans may never see that character on NXT because it might be dropped.

Bryan Alvarez said the following on Wrestling Observer Live:

“I don’t know if it’s because of me okay, I’m not gonna take credit for this. But I couldn’t help but hear within the last few hours that they may now be backing away from this daddy’s girl character so we’ll see. I’m not sure how many vignettes they’ve already shot but if she’s no longer talking about ‘daddy’ then you’ll know why. You heard it here first.”

Alvarez had been critical of WWE having older men on creative coming up with the “daddy’s girl” character and only showing certain parts of her body during the vignette that aired this week. WWE has been pushing the envelope with NXT 2.0 in an effort to attract younger viewers because the audience for the show is primarily older men.

For those of you that missed it, click below to see the vignette that aired this week for Stratton. She has already appeared on WWE TV but most fans wouldn’t know it because she wrestled on the 11/19 episode of 205 Live.

If you use any portion of the quotes from this article please credit Wrestling Observer Live with a h/t to for the transcription

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