Ruby Riott is the intrepid personality of The Riott Squad, featured every week on WWE SmackDown Live. She’s only been with the WWE for a brief while, but she’s already one of the top wrestlers of their women’s division. This 27-year-old wrestler was already a flashy aspirant prolonged before she arrived in the WWE, winning a vast handful of championships on the eccentric scene, including the AAW Heritage Championship, the RCW Heavyweight Championship, the OVW Women’s Championship, and even the A1 Alpha Male Championship.
Riott was first sealed to a WWE agreement on Dec 15, 2016. She done her NXT entrance at a live eventuality on Jan 13, 2017, losing to Daria Berenato (now famous as Sonya Deville of Monday Night Raw’s Absolution). At the time, she went by the ring name of “Ruby Riot,” which incited to “Riott” after that year on the SmackDown brand. Ruby done her televised NXT entrance on the Mar 22 part of NXT, aligning herself with the likes of Tye Dillinger, No Way Jose and Roderick Strong, to battle the dim tandem called Sanity.
This punk stone pro wrestler didn’t find much success during her time with NXT. She fell to the credentials behind top talents such as Asuka and Ember Moon. But once she done her way to her way to SmackDown in Nov 2017, Ruby, along with her Riott Squad, were means to squeeze the courtesy of the WWE Universe by wrecking massacre from the ring to the women’s locker room.
On Sunday, Mar 11, 2018, Riott challenged Charlotte Flair for the WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship at the Fastlane pay-per-view. She came up short, but not before putting on a ruin of opening and winning “The Queen” via the infancy of the match.
What’s next for Ms. Ruby Riott. She’ll really continue to widespread chaos alongside her Riott Squad stablemates Liv Morgan and Sarah Logan. The sky is the extent for Ruby Riott and her patrol of destruction.