Jessica Woynilko is a 24-year old professional wrestler, bodybuilder, and gymnast from Prior Lake, Minnesota. Woynilko is currently signed to WWE and performs on the company’s SmackDown brand under the ring name Tiffany Stratton.

Stratton’s Professional Wrestling Career

On August 30th 2021, WWE introduced a group of new recruits, which included Woynilko, who would be joining the WWE Performance Center to work for the company as professional wrestlers. Woynilko was the only female in the group of new recruits and during tapings of the November 16th episode of 205 Live, she made her professional wrestling debut under the ring name, Tiffany Stratton. At her debut, she defeated Amari Miller. The match aired three days later.

As Tiffany Stratton, Woynilko debuted on WWE’s developmental brand, NXT, on December 28th 20921 defeating Fallon Henley. She then started feuding with Sarray which cost each other victories thus giving a match between them. The feud culminated on the April 19, 2022, episode of NXT, where Stratton was victorious.

On May 26, Stratton was part of the NXT Women’s BreakOut Tournament, replacing Nikkita Lyons after she suffered an injury. She defeated Fallon Henley in the semi-finals but was defeated in the finals by Roxanne Perez. Stratton then started a feud with Wendy Choo, defeating her at The Great American Bash. Stratton then lost to her in a lights out match on the August 23rd episode of NXT.

Due to a head injury reported in October 2022, Stratton took time out from in-ring action and returned on January 10, 2023 at NXT: New Year’s Evil. Stratton cut a promo showing an affirmative attitude to her rich girl persona. On April 1st, Stratton competed in the ladder match for the NXT Women’s Championship at NXT Stand & Deliver (2023), but she did not win the title. On the May 9 episode of NXT, Stratton defeated Gigi Dolin, advancing to the semi final of the tournament for the vacated NXT Women’s Championship.

Tiffany Stratton Wins WWE Gold

At WWE’s NXT Battleground pay-per-view event, Stratton defeated Lyra Valkyria for the vacated NXT Women’s Championship at NXT Battleground, the first title in her wrestling career. On June 27, at the second week of Gold Rush, Stratton successfully defended her title in her first title defense against Chase University’s Thea Hail. During the match, Hail submitted to Stratton, but the referee was distracted by Drew Gulak, before Stratton ultimately won the match. As a result, Stratton defended the title against Hail on July 30 at The Great American Bash in a submission match. Tiffany once again retained her title after Andre Chase threw a towel where Stratton locked Hail in a half crab. On the September 12 episode of NXT, Stratton lost the title to Becky Lynch. Her reign lasted 107 days.

At NXT: New Year’s Evil on January 2, 2024, Stratton faced Fallon Henley in a “ranch hand or servant for a day” match. Stratton lost the match. So, she had to work on Henley’s ranch for a day the following week. This would mark Stratton’s final NXT appearance.

On January 27 at Royal Rumble 2024, Tiffany entered the women’s Royal Rumble match at number 29 as one of two representatives from NXT. She eliminated Roxanne Perez before being eliminated alongside Bianca Belair by the eventual winner Bayley.

Tiffany Stratton
Tiffany Stratton


Birth name: Jessica Woynilko
Born: May 1, 1999, Prior Lake, Minnesota, USA
Height: 5 ft 7 in (170 cm)
Weight: 143 lb (65 kg)
Ring name(s): Tiffany Stratton
Current Roster: WWE SmackDown
Finishing move(s): Prettiest Moonsault Ever

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Career Championships & Accomplishments


  • 2017 Elite Challenge, Colorado Springs, Colo. – 7th-TR (Open)
  • 2017 Winter Classic, Battle Creek, Mich. – 7th-DM
  • 2016 USA Gymnastics Championships, Providence, R.I. – 3rd-DM
  • 2016 USA Gymnastics Championships, Providence, R.I. – 7th-TR (Open)
  • 2016 Elite Challenge, Colorado Springs, Colo. – 4th-TR (Open); 5th-DM
  • 2016 Winter Classic, Battle Creek, Mich. – 2nd-DM (Open)

World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE)

  • NXT Women’s Championship (1 time)
  • NXT Women’s Championship Tournament (2023)