Folks, Mia Yim is back; that’s right, after spending a year away from the fed following her firing from the company due to “budget cuts,” the NXT standout and one-time member of Retribution is back in WWE and looking to make an impression. Catching up with Cathy Kelley after her surprise Raw re-debut, Mia Yim was asked how it felt to return to WWE and get her hands on Rhea Ripley as a certified member of The OC with A.J. Styles, Karl Anderson, and Luke Gallows.
“Oh my god, it felt so good to be back,” Yim responded. “It took me a year to try to find myself, but now, I’m ready; I’m ready to go, I’m ready to kick some a—and get my retribution. But the boys are waiting on me, so I’ve gotta… I’ll see you later, aight?”
Oh snap, she mentioned Retribution in the promo too? Dang, fans knew Yim was back, but she’s back back, looking to make a serious impression and prove once and for all that Ripley isn’t so tough when there’s someone who can actually punch her back. With the Judgement Day-The OC feud now evened up at four-all, with three men and one woman on either side of the proverbial “vs.” symbol, the prospects of a right proper feud the likes of which was only hinted at when Styles, Finn Balor, and Liv Morgan formed an unlikely trio to combat Ripley, Edge, and Damian Priest before the faction changed leadership and picked off Dominik Mysterio from his father-son tag team. Needless to say, this is going to be fun.
EXCLUSIVE: @MiaYim is ready to get some retribution in WWE once again!#WWERaw pic.twitter.com/qTJnvjA0Xg
— WWE (@WWE) November 8, 2022