There will be many debuts at Impact Wrestling



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There will be many debuts at Impact Wrestling

Apparently, the surprises with Impact Wrestling haven't ended. After what we saw through last weekend's special event, Under Siege, with the return of Mia Yim, the victory of the couple titles by the Briscoes, the return of Sami Callihan after a long injury and the confirmation of Josh Alexander at inside a big match against Tomohiro Ishii, the Canadian federation is preparing for a new set of TV tapings to continue the construction of its next big event, Slammiversary.

The next recordings will take place on May 13th and 14th during the Citrus Brawl show weekend in Kissimmee, Florida. According to a very close source of the organization, Gerard Ryan, there will be a series of debuts during these tapings and, probably, some welcome returns.

It is no coincidence that within celebratory events such as Slammiversary, the company refers to a long series of surprises for fans, just think of the last two editions, which have been focused on the names ready to debut/return after being released by WWE.

One such return's going to be that of Mia Yim.

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After competing for several years on the independent circuit, Mia Yim officially joined IMPACT Wrestling in 2015. She spent nearly two years in the promotion, during which she won the Knockouts Championship.

The 33-year-old then left in 2017. Yim competed in WWE's Mae Young Classic tournament in 2017 and 2018. The company then decided to sign her in September 2018. At the moment we know nothing else except that on Sunday 8 May, the first set of post Under Siege tapings was recorded, with a product that will cover the next two TV episodes of Impact on AXS TV. After spending two years in NXT, Yim made her main roster debut as part of Retribution in September 2020.