“She’s Not The Safest Girl”- Veteran Thinks WWE Female Stars Are Not Happy With Nia Jax’s Return

Nia Jax’s return to WWE sent shock waves around the wrestling world. She made an unexpected return during the women’s world championship main event match on RAW between Rhea Ripley and Raquel Rodriguez, taking out both the female superstars.

The Irresistible Force has since been on a roll on RAW, where she has attacked a lot of female superstars. Reigning WWE women’s acting champion Chelsea Green has even complained online about Nia, and now wrestling veteran Disco Inferno has opined that a lot of female superstars would not be happy with Nia Jax’s return to the company.

Speaking on the Keepin’ It 100 podcast, Disco Inferno said that some of the women in WWE would not be happy after seeing Nia back because she has injured some superstars in real life. Also working with her has proven to be a little difficult for some of the top female stars in WWE.


“I don’t think a lot of the girls are probably happy having Nia Jax back in the locker room because we’ve seen it numerous times she’s not the safest girl to be in the ring with, period,” Disco Inferno said (H/T: Sportskeeda Wrestling).

Nia Jax’s return has received criticism from fans and wrestlers

It is pertinent to note that Disco Inferno is not the first former wrestling star to give such an opinion related to Nia Jax. Before him, former superstar Stevie Richards also commented that Nia was a little reckless and unsafe to work with. He pointed out how the Banzai drop could injure some of the female superstars in the company.

While Nia has received a lot of criticism online, she continues to be a dominant force in WWE. It looks like WWE is planning for women’s world championship between Rhea Ripley and Nia in the near future.


It will be interesting to see what happens next in this direction. On a recent episode of RAW, Nia declared herself, as the baddest human in all of WWE.


Vinay Chhabria is a cricket and WWE enthusiast who supports Roman Reigns and Gujarat Titans. He has been following cricket for the last 15 years and WWE since 2016.

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