WWE still delays Mia Yim's return

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WWE still delays Mia Yim's return

In last week's episode of Friday Night Smackdown, WWE had prepared everything to have its fighter who has been absent for a few months, Mia Yim, return to the company's television screens. After the dissolution of the Retribution stable, in fact, only Mace and T-Bar remained together as a tag team, while Mustafa Ali was sent back to the Main Event and Mia Yim (or Reckoning) and Slapjack, on the other hand, were silently drafted on the ring of the blue show.

If at the time of Slapjack there is no official or unofficial news, regarding Keith Lee's partner, the news was many and also confirmed by various authoritative sources of web wrestling. During the "Throwback Smackdown" to return to the rings of the blue show was not to be the only Jimmy Uso, but also Mia Yim, who was then kept hidden, waiting to have more time available to bring her back on stage.

After seeing last week's return slip, everyone, fans and insiders alike, expected to see the former NXT in the Smackdown ring on Sunday night's Wrestlemania Backlash, but again it didn't turn out that way.

Mia Yim will be back on the WWE scene

As confirmed by Ringside News and then also by Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer, it seems that WWE changed its mind about the return of the girl one step away from Wrestlemania Backlash.

According to well-known overseas journalists, the girl's Smackdown debut should have arrived officially on last Friday, but seeing this return to the scene slip, WWE would have preferred to skip this week as well, so as not to include too much meat in the fire.

view of the pay-per-view. Now McMahon will most likely await the airing of Wrestlemania Backlash, and then devote themselves to the return of Mia Yim, who will also have a lot of time in the women's division, once some important feuds with the PPV have been set aside.

Most likely, according to what was reported and hypothesized by well-known journalists, WWE could stage the return of Yim already from the episode after the PPV, so as to turn the page in a surprising and fresh way, inserting a new face in the female division of the blue show, that has been trudging a bit for a few weeks.

The show gets back from break, camera trained right on the electric display in the middle of the Thunderdome,