Nikki ASH Says RAW Women’s Title Win Still Feels Like A Dream


Nikki Cross, now almost a superhero Nikki Ashe, is the Raw Women’s Champion after cashing in on the Money in the Bank briefcase 24 hours after winning the briefcase. It was a huge moment for his career that hasn’t really sunk in yet.

Nikki Ashe on WWE The Bump said that she knew Monday was her moment and she had to take advantage of it. Being a superhero is almost like knowing when it’s appropriate to fly, and Raw was the right time.

When it comes to her big title wins, it doesn’t really fully register that she’s the champion.

“Even saying RAW Women’s Champion – I feel like it’s real. It feels like a dream that no one has woken me up to yet.”

Nikki Ash could be doing well as the Raw Women’s Champion. You don’t even know when Vince McMahon will decide that another title change is needed. He certainly sees business potential with his new gimmick, so it’s also likely to keep him around as a superhero for a while.

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