WWE is always looking to add valuable members to their roster of talent. They have just secured a big signing.

Yahoo Japan that Meiko Satomura has signed with the company. She was previously a part of the 2018 Mae Young Classic.

It was revealed on the 28th that Meiko Satomura (41) of Sendai Girls’ Pro Wrestling (Senjo) has signed a contract with WWE, the world’s largest professional wrestling organization, as a coach and player.

The article noted that Meiko Satomura is currently participating in NXT UK and she will be staying in London. Nicknamed “Yokozuna in the women’s professional wrestling world,” Satomura can offer a world of experience to any talent she is able to work with.

It was reported that, “Satomura will continue to be the president of Senjo and will continue to participate in the group.” Her WWE signing will not stop that previous commitment for Satomura.

We will have to see if Meiko Satomura makes any mark on the WWE main roster, but the company has secured her to a deal.

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