Mae Young Classic SPOILERS: Finals for Evolution PPV Revealed
Friday, August 10, 2018
Night two of the second annual Mae Young Classic women's wrestling tournament was taped in Full Sail University last night and will be airing on the WWE Network starting on September 5th. The first round of the tournament took place this past Wednesday and only 16 of the 32 women in the tournament this year remained. By the end of the night, only two members involved in the show remained. Who will be going on to compete at Evolution in October? Below is a complete list of SPOILERS from last night's Mae Young Classic tapings from Pro Wrestling Sheet and fans in attendance that reveal the results of the second round, quarterfinals, and semifinals of the upcoming WWE Network series:
- Toni Storm defeated Hiroyo Matsumoto to enter the quarterfinals.
- Rhea Ripley defeated Kacy Catanzaro and earned a spot in the quarterfinals.
- Lacey Lane quickly picked up a win over Taynara Conti to advance to the quarterfinals.
- Meiko Satomura beat Mercedes Martinez to enter the quarterfinals.
- Io Shirai defeated Zeuxis to enter the quarterfinals.
- Deonna Purrazzo made Xia Li submit to advance to the quarterfinals.
- Tegan Nox was able to beat Nicole Matthews and move on to the quarterfinals.
- Mia Yim defeated Kaitlyn to enter the quarterfinals.
- Rachel Evers returned and beat Karen Q in a dark match.
- Meiko Satomura beat Lacey Lane to move on to the semifinals.
- Io Shirai beat Deonna Purrazzo to join the semifinals.
- Toni Storm picked up a victory over Mia Yim in a hard-fought match to join the semifinals.
- Rhea Ripley defeated Tegan Nox after the referee called off the match when Nox suffered a leg injury.
- Xia Brookside, MJ Jenkins, and Jessie Elaban won a six-woman tag team match against Reina Gonzalez, Vanessa Kraven, and Allysin Kay.
- Aerial Monroe and NXT's Candice LeRae won a tag team match against Killer Kelly and Jinny.
- Toni Storm beat Meiko Satomura to advance to the finals of the tournament.
- Io Shirai defeated Rhea Ripley and will be joining the finals of the tournament.
The Mae Young Classic finals are set and it will be Toni Storm vs. Io Shirai during the all-women's Evolution pay-per-view on October 28th.