NXT Welcomes Mae Young Classic Competitors

4 years ago by WrestleTalk

NXT Welcomes Mae Young Classic Competitors

With this year’s Mae Young Classic on the horizon, the NXT Live crowd in Orlando this weekend were treated to a small surprise when 20 of the competitors arrived to say ‘Hi’ to the WWE Universe.

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Toni Storm, Rachel Evers, Jinny and Xia Brookside were among some of the ladies that posed in the ring. Infront of a live NXT Orlando crowd, all 20 girls posed for a small photo opportunity and shook hands in a sign of good sportswomanship.

The contest that sees the best of Women’s professional wrestling will begin filming at the home of NXT, Full Sail University, on the 8-9 of August. With the finals showing live at WWE Evolution (the first all-women pay-per-view) on October 28.

The confirmed 32 names for this years Mae Young Classic are as follows:

  • Aerial Monroe – United States
  • Allysin Kay – United States
  • Ashley Rayne – United States
  • Deonna Purrazzo – United States
  • Hiroyo Matsumoto – Japan
  • Io Shirai – Japan
  • Isla Dawn – Scotland
  • Jessie Elaban – United States
  • Jinny – England
  • Kacy Catanzaro – United States
  • Kaitlyn – United States
  • Karen Q – China/United States
  • Kavita Devi – India
  • Killer Kelly – Portugal
  • Lacey Lane – United States
  • MJ Jenkins – United States
  • Meiko Satomura – Japan
  • Mercedes Martinez – United States
  • Mia Yim – South Korea
  • Nicole Matthews – Canada
  • Priscilla Kelly – United States
  • Rachel Evers – United States
  • Reina González – United States
  • Rhea Ripley – Australia
  • Taynara Conti – Brazil
  • Tegan Nox – Wales
  • Toni Storm – Australia
  • Vanessa Kraven – Canada
  • Xia Brookside – England
  • Xia Li – China
  • Zatara – Chile
  • Zeuxis – Puerto Rico

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