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 Tiffany Stratton

The blonde bombshell Tiffany Stratton is ready to take over NXT with her blend of beauty and skill.

Stratton comes to WWE after taking the gymnastics world by storm and being named to the 2016 U.S. National Team, but she has proven herself to be more than just a gymnast and an athlete. Read More

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Jessica Woynilko (born May 1, 1999) is an American professional wrestler, bodybuilder, and gymnast. She is currently signed to WWE under the ring name Tiffany Stratton, where she performs on the NXT brand.

Woynilko made her professional wrestling debut in 2021 after being trained by Greg Gagne and debuted in December of that year taking on a gimmick of a glamorous woman. She went on to win the NXT Women’s Championship, her first championship of her career which lasted for 107 days.

Early years

Jessica Woynilko was born on May 1, 1999. She graduated from St. Catherine University in 2019. She practiced gymnastics for several years. Before trying out with WWE, Woynilko’s mother contacted Greg Gagne, a former wrestler best known for his time at American Wrestling Association (AWA), to train Woynilko.

Professional wrestling career

WWE (2021–present)

On August 30, 2021, Woynilko was the only woman announced in a new group of recruits who would be joining the WWE Performance Center to work in WWE as professional wrestlers. During tapings of a November 16 episode of 205 Live, she made her professional wrestling debut under the ring name Tiffany Stratton, defeating Amari Miller. The meeting between the two was broadcast three days later.

She debuted on WWE’s developmental brand, NXT as a heel, taking on a spoiled rich girl gimmick, where on December 28, 2021, she would defeat Fallon Henley. She would start a feud with Sarray which would cost each other victories thus giving a match between them. The feud would culminate on the April 19, 2022, episode of NXT, where Stratton was victorious, thus ending the feud. On May 26, Stratton was part of the NXT Women’s BreakOut Tournament, replacing Nikkita Lyons after she suffered an injury, defeating Fallon Henley in the semifinals. However, she was defeated in the finals by Roxanne Perez. Stratton then started a feud with Wendy Choo, defeating her at The Great American Bash but lost to her in a lights out match on the August 23 episode of NXT.

After a time out of action due to a head injury reported in October 2022, Stratton made her return on January 10, 2023, at NXT: New Year’s Evil, where she cut a promo showing an affirmative attitude to her rich girl persona, though she dropped the ‘daddy’s girl’ part of her gimmick. In her first match back, she picked up a victory over Indi Hartwell on the January 24 episode of NXT. After defeating Hartwell again, Stratton qualified for a ladder match for the NXT Women’s Championship, which took place at NXT Stand & Deliver on April 1, although she was unsuccessful in capturing the title. In May, Stratton took part in an eight-woman single-elimination tournament, in which she defeated Gigi Dolin in the quarterfinals, Roxanne Perez in the semi-finals, and Lyra Valkyria in the finals at NXT Battleground to win the NXT Women’s Championship, marking her first title in her career. On June 27, at the second week of Gold Rush, Stratton successfully defended her title in her first title defense against Chase University’s Thea Hail. During the match, Hail submitted Stratton, however, the referee was distracted by Drew Gulak, before Stratton ultimately won the match. This led to Stratton to defend the title against Hail on July 30 at The Great American Bash in a submission match, where Stratton once again retained her title after Andre Chase out of Chase University threw a towel where Stratton locked Hail in a half crab. On the September 12 episode of NXT, Stratton lost the title to Becky Lynch, ending her reign at 107 days.