WWE Superstars Mia Yim and Dana Brooke Share Graphic Pictures of Their Injuries From Wrestling

Published 03/05/2021, 1:39 PM EST


The WWE Women’s Division just keeps getting better and better and has burst into life as a key part of WWE content today. Ever since Evolution, the division has been making headlines and has found its rightful place in the industry.

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However, it is still constantly criticized by fans for even the smallest shortcoming, and this time, the Superstars themselves set the fan straight. 

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As you can see below, a fan criticized female Superstars as a whole for ‘not caring’ about wrestling but devoting more time to showing off their bodies and taking selfies. 

WWE Superstar Mia Yim quickly responded with a picture of her showing off some skin as well as bloodied with an injury. With this, she showed that Superstars can do both with equal precision.

Dana Brooke later also supported Mia Him by following suit, sharing graphic pictures of her in-ring injury. The picture shows her with a bloody face due to a cut suffered during a match. 

The two definitely made a statement and effectively ended the argument by proving that they can be dedicated to their work but at the same time focus on other activities. 

WWE is building its Women’s Division to higher and higher levels

WWE featured a lot of female talent before the Evolution; however, they weren’t exactly booked in the same way as they are today. Some matches that happened back then would in fact be extremely controversial today.

The Evolution re-envisioned the Women’s Division and introduced the WWE Universe to Superstars like Sasha Banks, Bayley, Becky Lynch, Charlotte Flair, and Alexa Bliss to name a few. 

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These women have gone on to headline main events and form a key component of the viewership ratings. In fact, throughout the last few months of 2020, the feud between Sasha Banks and Bayley received more views than any other part of SmackDown. 

The female stars have formed an irreplaceable part of wrestling and push boundaries whenever they have the opportunity. Female Hell in Cell, Elimination Chamber, and TLC fights have proved that they can endure just as much as the male stars.

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Endurance is what matters and the NXT Women’s Division is about to take things to an even higher level. For WWE, the future is in safe hands. 

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Luke Dias

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Luke Dias is a senior WWE and AEW author at EssentiallySports, having published more than 1000 articles on professional wrestling. Having completed courses in Advanced Writing from the University of California and Media and Ethics from the University of Amsterdam, Luke is currently pursuing an undergraduate degree in Journalism from Xavier’s College. His tremendous knowledge of WWE history enables him to make past connections, adding depth to the articles.

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