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 Who Is Mia Yim?

Height: 5'7
From: Fontana, California
Billed: San Diego, California
Born: April 16th, 1989
Mia Yim, real name Stephanie Bell is a professional wrestler. Mia Yim started training to become a wrestler at the age of 18 while still attending college. She made her in ring debut Aug 22nd, 2009 and since then begin working in various independent circuits in the United States, from promotions including Shimmer Women Athletes, Shine Wrestling, Ring of Honor, IMPACT Wrestling, and more. (Read more)

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One WWE Mae Young Classic Participant’s Journey From Survi...
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Mia Yim recently did an interview with Huff Post to discuss the anniversary since spoke out about her domestic abuse experience and more. Read the full article below.

One year ago, professional wrestler Mia Yim (formally known as Jade) painted her ring fingernail purple – as part of Safe Horizon’s #PutTheNailinIt campaign—to shatter the silence around the domestic abuse she says that she endured. She detailed her past struggle with domestic violence in a HuffPost article, making waves in the wrestling world and on the internet. It started a conversation, showing that survivors come from all walks of life and they all deserve support.

Mia never imagined that just one year after sharing and reliving some of her most difficult moments with domestic violence, she would go on to achieve a childhood dream that often felt unattainable: wrestling for the WWE. Mia is scheduled to take part in the WWE Mae Young Classic, a first-ever all-women’s tournament, airing Aug. 28th at 9/8C on the WWE Network. In her entrance, she has incorporated the purple nail—a reminder not only that she survived, but that she fights for domestic violence survivors everywhere.

Today, Mia feels more powerful than ever. I sat down with her recently to ask her how the last year sharing her story of domestic violence has been for her. She shared memorable stories from the road, difficult moments from those who disapprove of her efforts in speaking out against domestic abuse, the wrestlers who supported her and her hope for the WWE Mae Young Classic.


Mia Yim: Incredible! I am shocked with how far and wide the story went. So often we only hear stories of the abuser, and when a survivor does come forward, they are blamed with, “She’s just lying and looking for attention,” or “Why didn’t she just leave?” I did get some of those comments, but I tried to ignore the negativity and focus on the amazing support I did get from so many fans and wrestlers. For the first time in a long time, I felt like I wasn’t alone.


Mia Yim: I had a show in Canada last year and after my match, the referee came up to me and hugged me. He said, “Thank you!” I was so naïve—I responded with “Thanks. It was a great match!” And that’s when I saw tears in his eyes. He corrected me and said, “No, thank you. My mother was a victim of domestic violence. She and I both thank you for speaking out.” I realized in that moment that even though he didn’t experience it directly, as a son it still impacted him to the point of tears. That really stuck with me.


Mia Yim: That breaks my heart. But that’s what I love about the #PutTheNailinIt campaign. I’ve had children and their dads come up to me with the purple nail. It opens up a conversation for kids to talk about what’s healthy and not healthy. It helps create an easier way for parents to talk about that with their children. Wrestling is a physical contact sport. It’s not always appropriate for kids. For parents who do let their kids watch, it’s important for them to also talk to their children about abuse and let them know that abuse at home is wrong.


Mia Yim: Well, it being “private” is what the abuser intends it to be. They thrive on silence and manipulation. They seem like the perfect person in public, but “in private” they are monsters. So why should I continue to feed into that? Those who think that way can continue to do so. I’m too busy raising awareness, as loud as I can, helping those that feel stuck.


Mia Yim: It’s a work in progress. But 10 years ago, I probably wouldn’t be wrestling after coming forward. I spoke to veteran female wrestlers like Madusa/Alunda Blayze and she said back then it was really different. You couldn’t talk about domestic violence at all. And I think that was not only true in wrestling, but our society as a whole. I think the culture is starting to shift little by little. We can talk about it more openly. It’s not the victim’s fault.


Mia Yim: It was a dream come true. I’m excited for everyone to see it. Women for so long have fought to be taken as serious athletes and not just “eye candy,” and so this validates us as equals to the men.

I also made sure to incorporate the purple nail into my entrance, because my experience with domestic violence has been a big part of my journey. I want to show other survivors you can still achieve your dreams after an abusive relationship. Lita [WWE hall of famer and announcer for the tournament] was actually my childhood hero and inspiration for me to get into wrestling. After I told her my story, she said, ‘Hey, do you have purple nail polish?’ She didn’t have to do that. That blew me away. I look up to her even more now.


Mia Yim: The abuser is threatened when they know their partner is strong—it weakens their control. Victims are so much stronger than they believe. Everyone is their own superhero.

But also, it’s ok to not feel strong. Reach out to organizations like Safe Horizon—they can help. That’s why we must donate to these organizations and make sure there is a shelter, hotline etc. for when we don’t feel so strong and need support.


Mia Yim: After the abuse, I was timid. I was always walking on eggshells and didn’t want to act the wrong way. But the #PutTheNailinIt campaign gave me the strength I needed to speak out. Now, I don’t care what others think of me. I just want to help others. I’m driven and I can see my dream in arm’s reach. I am going to grab it no matter what happens.

Credit: HuffPost

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Mae Young Classic Parade of Champions – July 13th, 2017
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For the first time, meet the 32 competitors from around the globe who are participating in this summer’s historic WWE Mae Young Classic.

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Mia Yim Mae Young Classic Competitor Profile
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Mia Yim

Height: 5’7”

Hometown: Fontana, Calif. (Representing South Korea)

Twitter: @MiaYim

Self-described rebel Mia Yim has been knocking opponents into oblivion around the world for nearly eight years. A lifelong wrestling fan, Mia Yim followed in the footsteps of her in-ring idols Lita and Chyna, as well as legendary Japanese wreckers like AKINO and Aja Kong, when she decided to pursue sports-entertainment.

With eight tours of Japan and dozens of appearances in SHIMMER Women Athletes and Shine Wrestling under her belt, Yim has a wealth of experience. She also boasts a second-degree black belt in taekwondo and training in Muay Thai, making her as dangerous a striker as you will see in the Mae Young Classic. In fact, Yim compares herself to the legendary Street Fighter character Chun Li, whose lightning-quick attacks have made her a favorite of gamers everywhere. If Yim has her way, it will be game over for the Classic’s 31 other grapplers when all is said and done this summer.

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SHIMMER 92-95 Results
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SHIMMER Volume 92

Tessa Blanchard & Vanessa Kraven defeated WDSS (Mia Yim & Kay Lee Ray) to retain the SHIMMER Tag Team titles.

SHIMMER Volume 93

Mia Yim defeated Kay Lee Ray via package piledriver to become #1 contender for the SHIMMER title.

SHIMMER Volume 94

Mercedes Martinez defeated Mia Yim to retain the SHIMMER title via Dragon Sleeper.

SHIMMER Volume 95

Hudson Envy defeated Mia Yim via Muscle Buster.

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IMPACT Wrestling Results – March 2nd, 2017
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Last Knockouts Standing Match For The Knockouts Championship
Rosemary (c) Vs. Jade

During Rosemary’s entrance. Jade wastes no time and heads directly to the ramp way to start brawling with Rosemary. When they get back to ringside. Jade gets into the ring and then leaps onto Rosemary with a suicide dive. Moments later, Jade attempts a package piledriver on Rosemary but it gets blocked. Both women go through reversals and counters until Jade hits Rosemary with two straight german suplexes. Referee Earl Hebner makes the matches first official standing 10 count. When Rosemary eventually rises to her feet. Jade knocks her to the outside with a missile dropkick. She then attempts another suicide dive but this time, Rosemary strikes her in mid-air with a forearm. Rosemary then introduces weapons into the match when she throws a trash can and kendo stick into the ring. Jade picks up the Kendo stick and attempts to strike Rosemary with it, but she is unsuccessful. Rosemary then roughs up Jade for a bit. She sets her near the ropes and gets Jade in a modified tarantula submission using the ring ropes. Rosemary then strikes Jade repeatedly with the steel trash can. Jade falls into the corner and Rosemary sets up the trash can next to her. The first five minutes of this match are in the video below.

Rosemary now leaps from corner to corner to hit The Van Daminator on Jade. Moments later , She tries to strike with the trash can. Jade battles back and starts striking Rosemary with the kendo stick . Shen then lands a punt kick on Rosemary. Jade follows that up by power bombing Rosemary onto the trash can. The standing count begins by Hebner and Rosemary makes it to her feet at the count of nine. Jade attempts to leap off the top rope but Rosemary spews her mist at her in mid-air.

With Jade now blinded from the mist. Rosemary hits The “Red Wedding” on her. Jade is able to beat the standing ten count, but when she gets to her feet. Rosemary lands a sharp elbow that sends her to the outside. Rosemary then picks up Jade and hits the Red Wedding again, this time on the ringside floor. Jade is once again counted down. This time, she gets back to her feet by using the ringpost. When Rosemary sees this, She charges at Jade, who moves out of the way and Rosemary ends up running into the ringpost instead. When Rosemary gets up, She attempts to retreat and head back into the ring. Jade stops her by spewing water into her face. She then grabs Rosemary and power bombs her onto the ring side steps. Rosemary is counted down but is able to get to her feet at the last second.

Jade now grabs Rosemary and they head to the stage area. Jade attempts to power bomb Rosemary there. Rosemary counters and spews her again with her mist. An exhausted Rosemary then hits The Red Wedding for a third time in the match. This time on the stage. Both women are down for the count. Rosemary makes it back up right before the count of 10 and secures the victory.

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IMPACT Wrestling Results – February 23rd, 2017
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Back in The Impact Zone, The former Knockouts Champ Jade is in the ring. She calls out Rosemary and says that the red vs blue feud is not over yet. Rosemary tells Jade that instead of trying to save the Knockout division from the darkness. That she should just save herself. Jade grabs the mic away from Rosemary and tells her that she is not done with her yet. That she risked it all in their cage match against each other, and now she is prepared to risk it all again, in a last knockouts standing match. Rosemary accepts Jade’s challenge. She offers to give her one more dance with the demon.

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IMPACT Wrestling Results – January 26th, 2017
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Rosemary (c) vs. Jade

Jade makes her way to the ring dressed in street clothes. Rosemary then makes her entrance to the ring. She is without The Decay and comes out to their new entrance theme. When Rosemary reaches ringside, Jade flies through the ropes and lands on her. They battle on the rampway, Jade misses a clothesline and gets hit with one instead by Rosemary. She then throws Jade and a trash can filled with weapons into the ring. Rosemary goes to work on Jade with the weapons. First a trash can lid and then a kendo stick. In between, Rosemary attempts to pin Jade for the victory to no avail. She then goes to the outside and gets a bag of tacks out from under the ring. She dispenses of the tacks onto the mat. Rosemary attempts to suplex Jade onto the tacks but she counters out of it. Jade hits a missile dropkick on Rosemary, that sends her crashing into the corner. She follows that up with a cannonball dive. Jade now takes off her belt and whips Rosemary with it. Shen then hits a crawling Rosemary with the kendo stick repeatedly. Jade starts playing to the crowd and pays for it, when Rosemary picks up the trash can and nails her. Rosemary now ascends to the top rope. Jade gets up and throws the trash can at Rosemary. This knocks her down to the mat. Jade then german suplexes Rosemary onto the thumbtacks. She then covers for a close pinfall. Jade now goes for the trash can lid. Rather than use it as a weapon, She ends up using it as a shield when Rosemary attempts to spew her with mist. Jade throws the lid at Rosemary and then kicks her in the head. She covers her for another 2 count. Jade goes outside the ring and brings a table into the ring. Rosemary has now recovered and greets Jade with a suplex, when she returns to the ring. Rosemary now goes under the ring and gets out a barb wired board. She attempts to hit Jade with the “Red Wedding” on top of it. Jade counters and pushes Rosemary on top of the barbed wire. Jade covers Rosemary but she kicks out. Jade now lays the barb wired board on top of Rosemary. She then hits a moonsault on top of the board smack into Rosemary’s body. It takes Rosemary a while to get out from under her predicament. While this is happening, Jade sets up a table in the center of the ring. She sets Rosemary on top of it, and heads to the top. She calls for a 450 splash. Rosemary gets off the table and meets Jade up top. Rosemary superplexes Jade through the table, and pins her for the victory.

After the match. Josh Mathews says that women’s wrestling has been taken to a whole new level in the last 6 or 7 months. No matter what particular night that the fans watch it on. Mathews says that tonight’s monster’s ball match just set a new bar for a new standard in women’s wrestling. Gail Kim heads inside the ring to check on an injured Jade. While she is tending to Jade. Rosemary slithers back inside the ring and spews purple mist into the eyes of Gail Kim. Gail writhes in pain in the ring, while Rosemary clutches her title and cackles on the outside.

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IMPACT Wrestling Results – January 12th, 2017
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TNA Knockouts Champion Rosemary makes her way to the ring. In a darkened arena, Rosemary cuts a promo about what she has done to The Knockouts division. She says that darkness has fallen on it and that The Decay has spread like a virus. Former Knockouts Champion Jade comes out to accept Rosemary’s invite. Rosemary ends up challenging Jade to a Monsters Ball match next week. Jade accepts the challenge and promises to get as sick and twisted as Rosemary is. Both women end up fighting when Rosemary attempts to attack Jade from behind. Jade goes for a package piledriver and Rosemary escapes from the ring.

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IMPACT Wrestling Results – December 1st, 2016
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Rosemary vs. Jade

Rosemary charges at Jade to start the match. They end up on the outside of the cage, because the cage door had not been shut yet. Rosemary grabs a trash can and throws it, and Jade back into the ring. Jade starts to fight back with a variation of different kicks. Knocks down Rosemary and then hits a gut wrench suplex. Goes for an early cover but Rosemary kicks out. Go to commercial

Back from the break, Jade is still in control. She hits a flying head scissors on Rosemary. She then goes back to kicking Rosemary repeatedly. Jade charges at Rosemary in the corner. Rosemary pretends to spew mist at her. Jade ducks and Rosemary hits with her a high knee. Rosemary then mounts Jade and grounds, and pounds her. Shen then connects with a lariat on Jade. Rosemary then tries to ram Jade’s head into the steel cage, but Jade battles back briefly before getting hit with another lariat by Rosemary. She then grabs Jade’s head and rakes her face against the steel cage. Rosemary continues to beat down Jade and even licks her. Jade attempts to rally, goes back to her kicks but Rosemary counters and suplexes her into the cage. Rosemary then grabs the trash can and sets it next to Jade’s head in the corner. Rosemary heads to the top rope.

Jade recovers and meets her up there. Jade ends up hitting a hurricanrana on Rosemary. She starts building up some momentum. Picks up Rosemary in a choke hold, rams her against the cage and then slams her down. Covers her for a 2 count. Rosemary and Jade are back on their feet. Rosemary counters Jade and hits a german suplex. They both end up climbing the cage together. Jade knocks Rosemary down. Then she heads to the top of the cage. Jade hits a flying cross body on Rosemary off the top of the steel cage. Jade covers Rosemary but she kicks out. Jade attempts to finish off Rosemary. She goes to the top rope to attempt a 450 splash. Rosemary rises and spews mist into Jade’s eyes. Rosemary then hits the “Red Wedding” on Jade and pins her.

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IMPACT Wrestling Results – November 17th, 2016
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Jade is backstage cutting a promo for Impact. She is interrupted by Abyss and Crazy Steve. They tell her that Rosemary will decay her. Jade asks where Rosemary is. The Decay tells her to go find Rosemary and motion to the top of the arena.. Back from the break. Jade is heading up the stairs to the rafters of The Impact Zone. Jade is calling out for Rosemary as she heads to the top of the stairs. Jade is now approaching Rosemary at the top of The Impact Zone. Rosemary is laughing at Jade. She calls Jade, Gail Kim’s chosen one. Rosemary starts going into a rant. Jade tells her that she doesn’t know or care what Rosemary is saying. She tells her that they will be facing each other for the vacated Knockouts Title. Rosemary tells Jade that she is darkness and chaos. Jade says that she is not scared of her. Rosemary points to the Six Sided ring below and suggests that they meet in a steel cage.


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