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The 6 Best And 6 Worst NXT Call Ups
By BENJAMIN FALBO
Best: Charlotte Flair
As the daughter of Hall of Famer Ric Flair, Charlotte Flair debuted for the WWE in 2012, serving as a key pillar of the late 2010s women's revolution. Flair captured the NXT Women's Championship, before joining the main roster in 2015 and securing the Diva's Championship and the Women's Championship.
Worst: Nia Jax
Jax blasted into the NXT scene, feuding with Bayley and Asuka before joining "Raw" in 2016. However, Jax quickly became known as an unsafe worker, injuring Bayley's shoulder, busting Becky Lynch's nose open, and injuring Kairi Sane's head, and she was released from the WWE in November 2021.
Best: Sasha Banks
As WWE's self-proclaimed Boss, Sasha Banks, has kept everyone in awe of her unapologetic heel persona and in-ring abilities since her arrival. After coming on the main roster in 2015, Banks won the Raw Women's Championship multiple times, captured the Women's Tag Team Championships, and gathered many fans.
Worst: The Ascension
Viktor and Konnor were a formidable force as The Ascension and even had a 362-day reign as NXT Tag Team Champions. However, after moving to the main roster, The Ascension was verbally buried by commentator JBL weekly, and soon enough they were reduced to jobbing before being released in late 2019.
Best: Bray Wyatt
As the patriarch of the Wyatt Family, Bray Wyatt dominated early NXT before moving on to the main roster in 2013. After venturing off on his own, Wyatt rebranded himself with his Firefly Fun House persona and the Fiend — a gimmick that earned him massive acclaim, although he was released in 2021.