Tonight via Facebook Live, WWE have officially announced the names of all 32 competitors to the Mae Young Classic:

  • Representing Japan: Kairi Sane
  • Representing United States of America: Tessa Blanchard
  • Representing United States of America: Abbey Laith
  • Representing Brazil: Taynara Conti
  • Representing Germany: Jazzy Gabert
  • Representing India: Kavita Devi
  • Representing Australia: Toni Storm
  • Representing Mexico: Princesa Sugehit
  • Representing United States of America: Lacey Evans
  • Representing United States of America: Sarah Logan
  • Representing United States of America: Bianca BelAir
  • Representing Scotland: Piper Niven
  • Representing New Zealand: Dakota Kai
  • Representing United States of America: Sage Beckett
  • Representing Australia: Rhea Ripley
  • Representing Scotland: Kay Lee Ray
  • Representing England: Ayesha Raymond
  • Representing United States of America: Candice LeRae
  • Representing South Korea: Mia Yim
  • Representing United States of America: Rachel Evers
  • Representing United States of America: Santana Garrett
  • Representing United States of America: Renee Michelle
  • Representing Dominican Republic: Marti Belle
  • Representing United States of America: Mercedez Martinez
  • Representing United States of America: Vanessa Borne
  • Representing United States of America: Reina Gonzalez
  • Representing China: Zeda
  • Representing China: Xia Li
  • Representing United Staets of America: Shayna Baszler
  • Representing United States of America: Nicole Savoy
  • Representing United States of America: Serena Deeb
  • Representing United States of America: Miranda Salinas

Watch the full Mae Young Classic Parade of Champions below:

The first four episode of the Mae Young Classic will be available on the WWE Network beginning Monday, August 28th. The second half of the tournament will then be available on demand beginning Monday, September 4th with the plans of a live finale from Las Vegas on Tuesday, September 12th.

WWE will also broadcast a special preview to the tournament that will air next month on Sunday August 20th via the WWE Network following WWE’s SummerSlam.

What do you think of the full list of competitors to the Mae Young Classic? Do you have a final four in mind? Who are you rooting for? Let us know in the comments below!