Factions have been a cornerstone of professional wrestling for decades, providing a dynamic element to storytelling and adding layers of intrigue to the ever-evolving world of WWE. While factions have been primarily associated with the men’s division, there’s an exciting opportunity to explore potential women’s factions that could captivate fans and elevate the women’s division to new heights.
I asked AI to help out with some potential options, so let’s dive into some hypothetical women’s factions and the talented female wrestlers who could thrive within them.
1. The Bloodline
Members: Ava, Nia Jax & Tamina
Why not start off with the biggest faction in all of WWE today? The Bloodline runs so deep that it could eventually extend to the women. Obviously we’ve seen Ava recently brought into the mix this past Tuesday on NXT when she was caught listening to Paul Heyman. Though we have no idea what’s going to come of that, let’s eventually debut Ava alongside her cousins Nia Jax & Tamina to become a destructive force on the main roster.
2. The Queen’s Court
Leader: Charlotte Flair
Members: Shayna Baszler, Natalya
AI came in clutch for this one. Charlotte Flair, with her regal demeanor, would naturally lead the faction. She’s a future WWE Hall-of-Famer, so she’ll need a faction of women who could deliver and be as dominant as she is. Shayna Baszler‘s no-nonsense approach would make her the ideal enforcer. Not only is she known as the Queen of Spades, she’s lethal in the ring. Add another future HOFer to the mix in Natalya, who is a veteran in desperate need of something different, big and fitting. The Queen of Harts would be the perfect addition to The Queen’s Court.
Members: Zelina Vega, Lola Vice, Raquel Rodriguez & Elektra Lopez
Why recreate the wheel when there are so many factions thriving already? Though I don’t see a ton of women joining the LWO, imagine a faction with some of the best Latinas in WWE today? Zelina could recruit the dominant Raquel Rodriguez as the powerhouse. Then head to NXT to recruit the badass Lola Vice who is a former MMA fighter. She’s already in a team with Elektra Lopez, so why not bring La Madrina too? It would be a faction full of spicy mamas kicking a** in sexy outfits.
4. The Complaining Karens
Members: Chelsea Green, Tiffany Stratton & Carmella
I’m obsessed with all three of these women separately. But we need a faction of women who love dressing up, being sexy, and strong. Add in a bit of comedy and I think WWE could have gold on their hands. I won’t lie, I was so excited for the possibility of Carmella and Chelsea teaming up. Since they didn’t get the run they deserved, bring them back together and add the promising Tiffany Stratton to the mix. Her gimmick would fit in perfectly with these two.
5. Triple Tails 2.0
Members: Asuka, IO SKY & Kairi Sane
Imagine if Asuka & Io wanted to bring a new version of Triple Tails to the WWE? After their match on Monday Night RAW for the WWE Women’s Championship, it only made me more excited at the possibility. Since this would be a WWE version of the group, why not bring in Kairi Sane, who is rumored to be re-signing with the company. Together, they would showcase the diverse talent within the women’s division and put on amazing fast-paced matches.
6. The Outsiders
Leader: Tegan Nox
Members: Stevie Turner, Sol Ruca
At some point, you run out of ideas. But I’m not mad at this one at all. Tegan Nox seems to be teasing a heel turn, but if she remains a babyface, why not recruit a couple of NXT girls and start a faction? All three of them have something unique about them; whether it’s their look, move-set, or style. They’d look so good together… I love me some Sol Ruca, she has the best finisher in NXT right now. As for Stevie, she’s a little firecracker that would fit right in.
7. The Baddies
Leader: Jade Cargill
Members: Lash Legend & Jakara Jackson
I mean, at some point a new version of The Baddies has to show up in WWE… Right? There are a few women who are perfect for it. Call up the fabulous Jakara Jackson and Lash Legend who are killing it in The Meta-Four right now. They would seriously look SO GOOD next to Jade Cargill. I’d GAG over the looks they’d all serve every week.
8. The U.K. Takeover
Leader: Blair Davenport
Members: Piper Niven & Lyra Valkyria
The amount of women who came through NXT UK will eventually start to decrease. Blair Davenport and Lyra Valkyrie are both killing it in WWE NXT right now. They seem main roster ready, but could drown in the amount of talent there at the moment. To stick out, have them team up with Piper Niven who deserves a solid run. Piper has never really been given meaningful stories, so have her as the size and power of the group. Blair can be the brains and Lyra is the high-flying scrapper.
9. The Mean Girls
Members: Cora Jade, Roxanne Perez & Jacy Jane
All three women are next up when it comes to being future standouts in the division. Jacy Jane had her run with Toxic Attraction and it ended up changing the trajectory of her entire career. Though she could very well lead this group because of that, we think the group would be best without one. Cora Jade is long overdue for a Women’s Champion run, but she may need some help to get it. Maybe she finally convinces Roxanne Perez to go heel and join forces again… WWE seemed to have been testing out a Jade and Jane tag team at NXT house shows. They may as well make it a reality on the main roster while adding a third.
10. The Witch B**ches
Members: Isla Dawn, Alba Fyre, Shotzi Blackheart & Scarlett
Everyone loves Halloween. It’s a lifestyle for these four, and they would look SO GOOD together. It’s obvious that the women’s division needs some interesting characters. They tend to lack creativity and often don’t have much depth to what they’re allowed to do. The team of Isla and Alba has been a solid step in the right direction. Add the creepy sexy Scarlett to the mix, who seems like she’d fit in perfectly. She’s great friends with Shotzi outside of the right and they collaborate often. That chemistry could play well on screen in an all-girl group.
In the world of WWE, the success of a faction often depends on the creative direction and storytelling provided by the company’s writers and producers. These hypothetical women’s factions and their ideal members represent exciting possibilities for the future of the women’s division, showcasing the incredible talent and diversity within WWE’s female roster. Fans can only hope that one day, more factions might come to life, adding a new dimension to the world of women’s wrestling.
Which women would you want to see in a faction? Let us know in the comments below.