WWE’s annual draft is always an exciting time for fans, as they eagerly anticipate which stars will be switching brands and what new storylines and matchups will come out of the draft. This year’s draft eligibility list has thrown up some interesting stories, including the fact that The Bloodline will have to be drafted on separate nights. But another notable sign has emerged regarding one of WWE’s factions.
Since AJ Styles broke his ankle back in December, he hasn’t been seen in WWE, and his teammates in The OC, Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows, have also been absent from TV. It seems that plans for Anderson and Gallows were reliant on Styles being around, so without him, they just haven’t been used.
However, there was a fourth member of The OC, ‘Michin’ Mia Yim, who returned to WWE by joining the faction to combat Judgment Day last year, with the idea of Yim being the female equalizer for Rhea Ripley.
Unlike Gallows and Anderson, Yim has been featured on WWE TV throughout Styles’ absence, but she hasn’t been featured alongside the other members of The OC, leading some to believe that her alliance with the group was only temporary.
However, the WWE Draft eligibility announcement lists The OC as a four-person unit, including Yim. This means that officially, she’s still a member of the group, even if she hasn’t been featured alongside them in recent months. Of course, it remains to be seen how much longer this will last, as they could still be split up in the draft.
It’s also worth noting that Yim posted the below photo shortly after the WWE Draft eligibility list was released:
What could the inclusion of ‘Michin’ Mia Yim in The OC’s draft eligibility list mean for the faction’s future? Leave a comment below.