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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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IMPACT Wrestling Results – August 25th, 2016
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5-Way Knockouts Title Match- Sienna Vs. Jade Vs. Madison Rayne Vs. Marti Bell Vs. Allie

 First pinfall wins. Not an elimination match. Allie stands by tentatively while all 4 women battle. Former Dollhouse members Jade and Bell battle to the outside while Sienna gets the upper hand on Rayne. Sienna tries to get Allie to help her do a tandem move but Allie fails in her attempt. The leader of The knockouts, Maria arrives at ringside to watch the action. Any sequence in this match where Sienna tries to enlist Allie’s help. It backfires.


The finishing sequence sees a frantic finish where all 5 women are in the ring trading finishers.Allie even gets in an offensive move of her own. Jade hits a package piledriver on Rayne and lays her out. Bell breaks up the fall. Bell pulls out her baton and tries to use it. Allie takes it away and accidentally hits Sienna with it. Which knocks her out of the ring. Bell regains hold of her baton and goes to hit Allie with it. She knocks Allie down on top of a fallen Madison Rayne and Allie gets the 3 count on Rayne to win The Knockouts title.

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This Popular Female Wrestler Is Shattering The Silence Around Th...
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For a professional wrestler, a headlock is a common maneuver inside the ring. But for TNA Total Impact’s Jade there was one headlock that felt particularly threatening. “When he finally let go, my then-boyfriend just left me there and I’m wondering what the hell just happened. Was he legitimately trying to hurt me? Because it was a headlock, and we’re both wrestlers, I justified it as maybe it was him trying to playfully end [the argument],” said Jade.

But this wasn’t the first time he put her in a headlock.

Jade had consensually wrestled her ex on numerous occasions. In fact, she prefers to wrestle both men and women. She wants women wrestlers to be seen as equals to their male counterparts. But it’s that pressure to break glass ceilings, and be seen as unbreakable, that contributed to her silence around her own abuse.

“Women athletes, CEOs, those in power, we feel this pressure to be a role model to other women, to be strong, that we don’t want to let them know our struggle. I didn’t want to be known as a ‘victim.’ I was also trying to get on TV, so if I tell my story, would this mess up my career?”

And so she stayed quiet for a long time. But behind closed doors, Jade says the abuse was escalating. “It got more and more regular that if I said something he didn’t like he would get violent. One time I was in bed and we had a disagreement, so he left the room but came back in to head-butt me. Then he started to choke me. In fact, whenever he didn’t like something I said, he would choke me. Soon down the line, I realized that his mindset was because I’m not hitting you, it’s ok. Because I’m not leaving a mark on you, it’s ok.”

But strangulation can be a significant predictor for future, often lethal violence. If a partner has strangled you in the past, your risk of being killed by them is seven times higher.Despite the violent abuse Jade says that she endured, some may see her as a contradiction. Many critics argue that professional wrestling promotes violence. And so how can Jade, a female wrestler, take a stand against domestic violence when she fights for a living?

For Jade, the answer centers on consent and safety. “We choose to get in the ring. We’re trained to keep ourselves and our opponents safe. But when someone brings it back home, that’s not wrestling anymore. That is not entertainment. That is just straight abuse.”

And experts caution against the “good victim” stereotype. Liz Roberts, deputy CEO of Safe Horizon, the nation’s largest organization dedicated to helping victims of domestic violence, states that the stereotype of a victim who has never initiated violence, is bruised and battered, and doesn’t fight back is dangerous because it “undermines the rights and safety of domestic violence survivors everywhere.”

Besides, Jade is a character.

The woman playing Jade, Stephanie Bell, only wanted empathy when she finally built the courage to disclose the horror she faced behind closed doors. “I just wish that, as wrestlers, when we claim that this is going on, that we’re not second-guessed, that we’re believed. The minute we mention it, it’s sensitive and we want some support.”

But she wasn’t always met with support. “His trainer, even some of our mutual friends thought I was exaggerating and making it up. When I filed the order of protection, his trainer tried to talk me out of it. He said that I was hurting my ex’s career because I have a bigger name.” Jade’s story is unique because so often the focus around domestic violence and professional wrestling comes when a male wrestler is the abuser. The voice of the survivor is rarely heard. Perhaps the most infamous case is that of Chris Benoit who, in 2007, murdered his wife and young son before taking his own life. It left such a dark cloud over World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) that they still often refuse to acknowledge Benoit as part of their history.

Today, wrestling companies seem to be taking swifter action when an arrest has been made. “We have a zero tolerance policy for domestic abuse. Upon arrest for such misconduct, our superstars are immediately suspended and should there be a conviction, that superstar… would be terminated,” Stephanie McMahon, chief brand officer of the WWE told The Washington Post. Under this policy, wrestling legend and active WWE announcer Jerry “The King” Lawler was immediately suspended in June after he and his girlfriend were arrested on domestic violence charges. Charges were later dropped.

At TNA, the policy is not as clearly defined, but they have also indefinitely suspended talent who have been arrested on domestic violence charges.

This all comes on the heels of what happened with the NFL and Ray Rice in 2014 when TMZ released disturbing footage of Mr. Rice punching and knocking out his then-fiancée. The NFL faced criticism for its response. Sports leagues now knew they had to update their policies to avoid negative press.

While Jade was happy that companies were now taking a strong stand against domestic violence, she also expressed disappointment that it took such an extreme incident to prompt the change. “If Ray Rice’s wife would have said something about it without the video, how many people would have said we need to change policies? How many people would have believed her? It took her getting knocked out on TV for society to care and actually believe a survivor.”However, Jade feels gratitude towards the company for which she wrestles. “TNA has always been supportive. My ex would work with TNA and once they found out I had the order of protection, they wouldn’t have him near me.”

In the locker room, what impacted Jade most were conversations with other female wrestlers. She viewed her female colleagues as strong, tough, and independent but she was shocked and saddened to learn that many others had also experienced abuse.

Jade found herself wanting to speak out, to give survivors everywhere — including herself and her friends — a voice. But she was afraid. Although she had an order of protection, she didn’t want to draw attention to herself and risk her ex trying to contact her.

And she found that way to speak out without attracting too much attention. She learned about Safe Horizon’s #PutTheNailinIt campaign which encourages all of us to paint our left ring fingernail purple to signify our vow to end domestic violence and the silence surrounding it. “I started getting more and more support from people who knew what the campaign meant or asked why my nail was painted. So, painting my nail became my secret way of telling the world ‘I’m a survivor.’ And, so, the #PutTheNailinIt campaign helped me a lot. For the first time in a long time I felt support from other people. Now, I want other survivors to know ‘I believe you.’ It’s ok to leave. It’s ok to speak out. It’s ok to seek help,” she said.

While the memories of Jade’s abuse are painful, she is no longer allowing the issue of domestic violence to thrive in silence.Have you taken the #PutTheNailinIt vow to end domestic violence?

Visit www.putthenailinit.org to learn how your vow can help victims become survivors.

Credit: Huff Post

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Shimmer 81-85 Results
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SHIMMER Volume 81
Kay Lee Ray & Mia Yim (Jade from TNA) defeated Melanie Cruise & Yumi Ohka

SHIMMER Volume 82
Cherry Bomb & Kimber Lee defeated Kay Lee Ray & Mia Yim to retain the SHIMMER Tag Team Championship

SHIMMER Volume 83
Jessicka Havok defeated Allysin Kay (Sienna from TNA) Mia Yim and Yumi Ohka

* Evie & Heidi Lovelace defeated Cherry Bomb (Allie in TNA) & Kimber Lee, KC Spinelli & Xandra Bale and Kay Lee Ray & Mia Yim (Jade in TNA) in a Four Way Elimination Match to win the SHIMMER Tag Team Championship

* Shayna Baszler (w/Nicole Savoy) defeated Mia Yim (Jade in TNA)

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Shine 35 Results – June 17th, 2016
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Mia Yim makes her way to the ring with her ankle taped up and on crutches while wearing a Blue Pants shirt to mock Leva’s injury.

Match Number One: Money in the Bank Match: Kellie Skater versus Mia Yim versus Santana versus Nicole Matthews versus Ivelisse

Nicole and Mia go to the apron and Skater suggests the three remaining people in the start. It is Santana and Kellie to start things. They lock up and Santana with a waist lock. Skater with a drop toe hold into a chin lock. Santana with a wrist lock but Skater with a reversal. Santana with a reversal of her own into a hammer lock. Skater goes for a head lock but Santana works on the neck. Skater with a full nelson but Santana with a rollup for a near fall. Skater with a side head lock take down but Santana with a head scissors. Santana with a leg sweep and a near fall. Skater with a leg sweep and near fall of her own.

Matthews and Mia refuse to tag in but Ivelisse will face Skater. Skater misses a few kicks and so does Ivelisse. Ivelisse with kicks to the leg followed by knees to the head. Ivelisse blocks a kick but misses an elbow drop and so does Skater. Santana tags in and Matthews goes back to the floor as well as Mia. Santana with a front face lock but Ivelisse with a hammer lock. Santana with a side head lock. Santana with a wrist lock but Ivelisse with a front face lock. Santana with a take down and she gets a near fall. Ivelisse with a near fall. Santana and Ivelisse shake hands before continuing and Matthews and Mia are finally tagged in.

Mia brings her crutches into the ring. Ivelisse tries to kick them away. Mia tags in Skater before locking up. Matthews tries to tag in Ivelisse or Santana. Skater with kicks to Matthews followed by a running kick to the chest. Ivelisse wants to tag in and Skater allows it. Ivelisse with kicks and chops. Ivelisse with forearms and then follows with a running elbow. Santana with an elbow. Santana gets a near fall on Matthews.

Mia tags in and she kicks Santana and chokes her in the ropes. Mia with a biel to Santana. Mia chokes Santana in the corner and follows with a gutwrench suplex and she chokes Santana with her bandages. Mia kicks Santana in the back and gets a near fall. Santana gets a roll up on Mia but Mia with a drop kick. Mia sends Santana to the sound booth and then Mia has to be held back as she goes after Leva who left the commentary area. Matthews takes over and she snap mares Santana.

Mia Yim is Eliminated

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TNA Slammiversary Results – June 12th, 2016
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Knockouts Championship Match – Jade (c) vs. Sienna vs. Gail Kim

Maria and Allie are watching on from the ramp. Lots of three-way moves and roll-ups until it breaks down to Gail and Jade both going after Sienna. Jade with a springboard into a beautiful tilt-a-whirl DDT, followed by a top rope hurricanrana. Gail hits Eat Da Feet on Sienna but is pulled out of the ring by Allie, and goes right after Maria. Sienna is going to hit Jade with the title belt, but Marti Bell shows up out of nowhere and nails the champ with a foreign object; Sienna picks up the win.

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TNA Knockouts Champion Jade aka Mia Yim on being champ and more
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TNA Knockouts Champion, Jade aka Mia Yim speaks with Brian H Waters about her career and her path to becoming the TNA Knockouts Champion.

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CZW Perlude To Violence Results – May 14th, 2016
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Jade & Nate Carter defeat EYFBO (Angel Ortiz & Mike Draztik) and The Nation Of Intoxication (Conor Claxton & Lucky 13) and Scarlet And Graves (Dezmond Xavier & Zachary Wentz)

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WSU Unshakable Results – May 14th, 2016
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Mia Yim aka Jade defeated Annie Social.

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AIW: Girls Night Only 17 Results – April 30th, 2016
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Mia Yim (Jade) defeated Shayna Baszler via Package piledriver.

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