NXT’s Liv Morgan, Ruby Riot, and Sarah Logan debut on Smackdown

Three more NXT women were called up to the main roster, giving a much-needed boost to the Smackdown women’s division as Liv Morgan, Ruby Riot, and Sarah Logan all made their debut last night.

The trio attacked Naomi and Becky Lynch in a backstage segment and then attacked Charlotte and Natalya during their match.

The 23-year-old Liv Morgan has been signed to a WWE deal since 2014 and made her first televised appearance at NXT Takeover: Rival a year later. She is a New Jersey native and is a former cheerleader and a Hooters model.

Ruby Riot is a 26-year-old from Michigan who has been signed to a WWE deal since the beginning of this year. She made her NXT debut in January and her first televised appearance two months later. She is a very experienced indie wrestler who wrestled under the name of Heidi Lovelace and worked for OVW, Shine Wrestling, Chikara, and World Wonder Ring Stardom.

Sarah Logan is 24 years old and is from Indiana. She has worked with WWE since 2014 making several appearances throughout the next two years both on Raw and Smackdown in backstage vignettes and was also a Rosebud for Adam Rose. Her first NXT appearance came in April 2015 under the name of Sarah Dobson. She then signed a deal in October 2016 and was renamed to Sarah Logan. She was part of the Mae Young Classic and was eliminated in the first round.

You can see their debut below.

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