No, I am talking as a fan of the WWE for almost 30 years. I know how they treat people. She isn't American, has an awful gimmick, and can't talk. She is exactly where I expected her to be. Nakamura was a test run for them. They eventually turned him into a low blow pee pee guy and he has a thank you run with the IC title because he re-signed lol. Dude fucking won the rumble and lost at Mania FFS. She won't get the chance to "show she is better" because of the reasons already listed. I'm not arguing with you, I'm just explaining the madness that is WWE management.
You need not explain to me. WWE has not even had her on TV for over a month. That's actually worse than even knowing if she's going to be another Ember or not, because there's nothing to say. There actually has to have something to work with to make this point you're making. All both of us, and the rest of the gentlemen in this thread here have, is her NXT work to judge by. Well obviously that's not near enough. In fact, perhaps we can't even use that, because from experience of us watching main roster doesn't really recognize nor respect NXT accomplishments. With the exception being Asuka's NXT accomplishments, and even that wasn't wholly respected.
I am not convinced by anyone here this argument that her gimmick is going to hold her back on this roster. I rather present an argument to everyone here, that I believe that because she isn't what the WWE management particularly see in a sexy looking woman, or if we want, an American woman, or even a white woman, that she isn't worth in their eyes a push, but that she is to them to fit in the exotic category of being a representative to wrestling fans other than Americans. There is a US-centrism, and so there is the belief that anyone who isn't American cannot be pushable to the American crowd.
I simply do not buy this to be true, judging especially by how welcome foreigners are becoming in American pro wrestling in general, in both WWE and AEW alike. WWE needs to catch up with the times.