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Dutch Mantell Suggests Piper Niven as Potential Successor to Bayley’s WWE Women’s Championship

Chelsea Green and Piper Niven on WWE RAW (Via WWE/Twitter)

In a recent interview, former WWE personality Dutch Mantell hinted at a possible change in the WWE Women’s Championship reign, suggesting that Bayley’s time as champion may be coming to an end. Mantell, who previously worked as a manager in the company, expressed his belief that it is time for Bayley to pass the torch to new talent, particularly naming Piper Niven as a potential successor.

During an episode of Smack Talk, Mantell discussed the upcoming match between Bayley and Niven at the Clash at the Castle Premium Live Event. Mantell, a former WWE star, expressed his support for Niven, a UK native, and stated that he would like to see her win the championship in her home country.

Mantell acknowledged Bayley’s impressive tenure with the company, which has surpassed 11 years, and argued that it is now time for the Role Model to start elevating up-and-coming talents. Despite Bayley’s ongoing success, Mantell believes that her championship run has reached its conclusion.

Bayley and Cathy Kelley (Via WWE/Twitter)

During this week’s SmackDown, Bayley made an appearance alongside Naomi, accompanying her to the ring for her match against Chelsea Green. Niven was present at ringside, serving as Green’s partner. Green took the opportunity to taunt Bayley, predicting that the champ would suffer a crushing defeat at the hands of Niven during their high-stakes clash.

Although Green was unable to secure a victory against Naomi, she and Niven will undoubtedly be seeking to dethrone Bayley at the upcoming event. Mantell’s comments serve as a reminder of the need for seasoned wrestlers to support and mentor the next generation of talent, creating a strong and dynamic roster.

Quotes from Dutch Mantell:
“It’s time for Bayley to start elevating newer talents. Her championship run might have reached its conclusion.”
“I’d like to see Piper Niven win the championship in her home country.”

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