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Newest WWE PC recruit among additional names added to the MYC tournament

Additional names were today revealed for the Mae Young Classic tournament with the total names announced so far going up to 19 out of 32.

29-year-old Puerto Rican wrestler Zeuxis will be making her WWE television debut in this tournament. She has mostly wrestled in Mexico throughout her 10-year career so far, mainly with CMLL.

Isla Dawn, who is signed to the WWE UK division, was also added to the 32-women tournament. Dawn was part of a triple threat match in June during the WWE UK Championship tournament.

Ring of Honor’s Karen Q also got the nod for the tournament. Q is part of the Women of Honor division and was at the WWE Performance Center for a tryout last year. In 2015, she submitted her tape for Tough Enough but was not selected for the competition.

And the last one on the list today is Lacey Lane, the 30-year-old from Winter Park, Florida, the home of Full Sail University where the Mae Young Classic will be taped. She is one of the newest recruits of the WWE Performance Center and has trained at the Dudley Boyz’ wrestling school.

The Mae Young Classic will be taped on August 8 and 9 and will be airing later in the month on the WWE Network. The final of the tournament will be held at the Evolution pay-per-view on October 28.

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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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