During the night of SummerSlam, there were three big returns in the women's sector of WWE, with Bayley, Io Shirai (now IYO SKY) and Dakota Kai making their return to the company's rings as a stable after the opener of the evening, which saw Bianca Belair go to give away her title of champion of the red show against the enemy Becky Lynch.
Immediately after the opening of SummerSlam 2022, at a certain point in the Nissan Stadium the entrance music of Bayley, former world champion of the WWE main roster, resounded, which was joined by two great faces now ex NXT: Dakota Kai and Me Shirai.
The three faced the champion and her challenger Becky Lynch face to face, without touching them with a finger, but immediately made it clear how they are now the new protagonists of the Raw female scene, with the new balances that will be changed in the main roster WWE.
But apparently, these plans should have emerged months ago, with the company's old Chairman, Vince McMahon, who instead rejected those plans, trashing them completely and even firing Dakota from NXT.
Backstage news on Dakota Kai
With a post halfway between the ironic and the incredulous, arrived on his personal Twitter page, the current tag team champion of the WWE main roster, Dakota Kai, wanted to communicate to all his supporters and fans, like his current reign of WWE ring champion has been her greatest reign since she was taken over by the McMahon Federation.
Although only a few days have passed since her victory and that of IYO SKY against former champions Raquel Rodriguez and Aliyah, Dakota Kai still beat the very short title reign arrived at NXT a few months ago, when she had also won the tag titles there.
team of the sector, right next to Rodriguez, when the giantess, who became famous for being her bodyguard, was still called Gonzalez. "Oh wow, now it's officially my longest WWE reign to date. It's crazy." Bayley recently recalled feeling hurt after her DAMAGE CTRL stablemate Dakota Kai was unexpectedly released from WWE in April earlier this year.
"She has so much to give. She was just getting to the peak of her career, and the fact that she was let go hurt me personally because she's such a good friend of mine even before WWE and all this. And just the fact that we were letting someone so talented go.
I was just one of the times I was getting on a flight to go home from Orlando; I was there for rehab, and I didn't feel like getting into the flight."