“We Want The Other Woman With Blue Hair Not This One,” Twitter Reacts As Mia Yim Joins Team Bianca For WWE Survivor Series 2022 WarGames

Mia Yim joined Team Bianca Belair for the upcoming WWE Survivor Series 2022 WarGames match against Team Bayley. Yim, who recently made her return to WWE, is the fourth member of the babyface team. She will unite forces with Alexa Bliss, Asuka and Bianca Belair to take on the team of Bayley, IYO Sky, Dakota Kai, Nikki Cross and Rhea Ripley in a WarGames match.

The WarGames match will take place on November 26 at the TD Garden in Boston. Close to 13,000 fans will be in attendance for the show. Traditionally, the Survivor Series matches only featured five-on-five elimination tag team matches. In the last six years, WWE introduced the brand supremacy concept and booked RAW vs. SmackDown matches for the premium live event.

The trend changed this year with Triple H taking over the creative control of WWE. This year, WarGames will be the theme of Survivor Series. Fans expected star-studded lineups for the men’s and women’s matches. The women’s match looks fantastic thus far, with nine supremely talented women present in the mix.


However, it looks like fans on Twitter are not quite excited about the prospect of having Mia Yim in the match. When WWE announced that Yim has joined forces with Team Bianca, several fans were disappointed. They expected former WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions Sasha Banks and Naomi to return to WWE as the mystery participants of the WarGames match.

Some fans even felt that former WWE RAW Women’s Champion Becky Lynch could be a part of the match. However, it now looks like Candice LeRae, a rival of team Damage CTRL, may join forces with Belair and become the fifth member of the team.

Fans were disappointed when Mia Yim was announced as a participant of WarGames match

Here are some of the top Twitter reactions to Mia Yim joining the WarGames match:





Vinay Chhabria is a cricket and WWE enthusiast who supports Roman Reigns and Gujarat Titans. He has been following cricket for the last 15 years and WWE since 2016.

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