Age is often just a number for several professional wrestlers. With time, the individuals slow down in the ring, but the desire to compete at the highest level is still strong among several individuals.

The Women of WWE have created history in the last few years, competing in the first-ever Women’s Elimination Chamber, Royal Rumble, Money in the Bank, Hell in a Cell and WrestleMania Main-Event.

WWE has an extensive list of female superstars, with a lot of new faces joining after the highly acclaimed Mae Young Classic tourneys in the last two years.

We look at the youngest and oldest superstars in WWE’s female roster, and how their careers have stacked up till now. NXT, the developmental brand of WWE, is often brimming with young potentials, and thus, it isn’t a surprise to see the younger superstars from the NXT roster.

Tegan Nox: Age 24

The Welsh stalwart Tegan Nox has had a terrible start to her career in WWE. She competed in both Mae Young Classic 2017 and 2018, but injuries forced her to leave the tournament on both the occasions.

Tegan Nox returned to WWE in June this year and is currently a part of the NXT UK roster. She had a short-lived partnership with Dakota Kai in NXT, which ended after she suffered multiple injuries.

Nox is a great wrestler and will surely be a superstar to watch out for in the coming years.

Maria Kanellis: Age 37

The first-ever pregnant 24/7 Champion, Maria Kanellis is a professional wrestling veteran. She started off in WWE over 14 years ago and pursued a career in promotions like TNA, Ring of Honor and NJPW.

She, along with her husband Mike Kanellis, made a return to WWE in 2017 and since then, she has starred in a manager role for her husband. Maria still wrestles on certain occasions but is mostly limited to performing as a valet.