After a report last week her WWE signing is a done deal, there’s been no official confirmation from the company or two-time Mae Young Classic (MYC) competitor Mia Yim thst she’s joined the roster.
For talents who don’t get the “show-up in the crowd at a TakeOver” treatment, WWE often waits until they reveal an entire new Performance Center class before announcing singings. And that may be the case with Yim. But they aren’t waiting to get her out on the house show circuit, or promote her as a featured attraction on live events.
They certainly hyped her NXT live debut in Fort Pierce, Florida over the weekend - before and after the show...
#WWEMYC competitor @MiaYim will make her #NXTLIVE debut this Saturday 9/29 at #NXTFtPierce! Tickets available at https://t.co/YRoxXRhxbY. pic.twitter.com/g26nER2Y12— WWE NXT (@WWENXT) September 27, 2018
Thank you #NXTFtPierce for a bad ass night. Appreciate the love ✌ #BlasianBaddie @WWENXT pic.twitter.com/yV0ITB6VWg— Mia Yim (@MiaYim) September 30, 2018
The former TNA Knockouts champ defeated Aliyah on Saturday night (Sept. 29):
@MiaYim #NXTFtPierce pic.twitter.com/WSviamX5Xz— Queen GiGi (@772DIVA) September 30, 2018
She’ll face Kaitlyn in the second round of this year’s MYC. We’ll keep you updated on that, as well as any official news from WWE about the Blasian Baddie joining the company full-time.