Although she has now been on the main roster for several years, like the other 3 Four Horsewomen of WWE (except for Sasha Banks who is now gone), Bayley seems to be returning soon to visit the NXT rings where she grew exponentially before her arrival on Raw and Smackdown.
Thanks to an announcement that arrived on the WWE social pages, fans of the WWE Universe have become aware of the fact that in the next episode of NXT which will be aired tomorrow night, Bayley will return to the rings of the yellow and black show with a special episode of his Ding Dong Hello, with guests Toxic Attraction, namely Gigi Dolin and Jacy Jayne.
Bayley returns to NXT
Not all of Bayley's work we can see on the screen, in fact Roxanne Perez, current young NXT champion, thought about it when she said during an interview with Under The Ring: "There are a couple of people [who they helped me in WWE], but one that really stands out to me is Bayley.
While she was down at PC [WWE Performance Center] rehab, we got close and she took me and Cora (Jade) and Jacy Jayne and Indi Hartwell under her wing and she gave us so much advice. Even today she writes to me: 'Oh my God, it was a great meeting', and she also criticizes me.
She's so amazing and always so open to me coming up to her and asking her questions about wrestling or even her life. She has been like a big sister to me. It's cool because I've admired her for so long. I have a picture with her from when I was like 14.
I remember showing it to her when I met her at the PC. Her mind was blown: 'Oh my God, my goal was to always inspire the younger generation, but I didn't think I was ready to work with them yet.' [laughs]. She's cool. She is amazing, she is magnificent." Bayley has given her thoughts on the possibility of WWE creating a secondary title for female superstars.
"I mean, it wouldn't hurt. It would be nice to have another title. I think it's just gonna take time. When we wanted those Women's Tag Team titles, it took a long time and it took someone actually fighting for them, so if that's what we want, someone has to stand up for it and really fight for it and prove that it's going to be a benefit for the division."