Here are the names announced for the 2018 Mae Young Classic. The list will be updated as the are revealed.

– Former WWE Diva Kaitlyn AKA Celeste Bonin

– NXT Superstar and participant in the 2017 Mae Young Classic Rhea Ripley

– Japanese star and recently signed a WWE Developmental deal Io Shirai

– Canadian independent star Nicole Matthews

– NXT United Kingdom Superstar Jinny

– American Ninja Warrior competitor and signed to a WWE Developmental deal Kacy Catanzaro

– United Kingdom star formerly known as Nixon Newell before joining WWE last year, Tegan Nox.

– Recently signed Independent star Deonna Purrazzo.

– Former collegiate volleyball player and NXT rookie Jessica Elaban.

– Returning to the MYC and WWE developmental talent Reina González.

– The first woman from India to compete in a WWE ring when she was in the first MYC Kavita Devi.

– 18-year ring Independent veteran and returning to the MYC Mercedes Martinez.

– Also returning for the Classic is world traveled veteran Mia Yim.

– International Independent star Killer Kelly.

– A multi-time champion in Mexico and Japan, Zeuxis.

– Scottish wrestler who competed during the WWE UK Championship Tournament early this year, Isla Dawn.

– The newly signed WWE Performance Center recruit, Lacey Lane.

– Independent wrestler Karen Q.

– Meiko Satomura a 23-year veteran from Japan who had matches in World Championship Wrestling.

– Toni Storm the 22 year old semi-finalist from last years MYC.

– Ashley Rayne or better known as the former TNA Knockout’s Champion, Madison Rayne.

– Priscilla Kelly the first ever SHINE Nova Champion.

– Xia Brookside the 19 year old daughter of United Kingdom legend and WWE Performance Center coach Robbie Brookside.

– Hiroyo Matsumoto is revered for her power and technical proficiency, and once held four championships simultaneously.

– Aerial Monroe is a veteran of the U.S. Air Force and trained for the ring under Cedric Alexander and southern wrestling legend George South.

– Vanessa Kraven standing at 6-foot-2, “The Mountain” is a 14 year-old of the squared circle.

– Zatara a masked luchadora from Santiago, Chile, has captured titles throughout South America.

– Xia Li one of the first Chinese athletes recruited by WWE, made her in-ring debut at last year’s Mae Young Classic.

– MJ Jenkins newly recruited to the WWE Performance Center, an independent wrestler who earned her reputation throughout the Northeast, Florida and the Dominican Republic.

– Allysin Kay has wrestled all over the world and is a former IMPACT Wrestling Knockout’s Champion.

– Rachel Evers the daughter of WWE Hall of Famer Paul Ellering enters her second MYC.

– Taynara Conti NXT developmental talent returning for her second MYC appearance.