Michin had worked hard to bring together the OC—AJ Styles, Luke Gallows, and Karl Anderson—in an attempt to revitalize the faction. However, despite her efforts, the group struggled to find cohesion, ultimately leading Michin to focus on her singles career. Following her recent appearance on WWE NXT, it was revealed that WWE kept her return a secret.

On the April 30 episode of WWE NXT, Michin made an appearance after Ava revealed that the first-ever NXT Women’s North American Champion would be determined in Ladder Match at NXT Battleground.

According to Sean Ross Sapp behind Fightful’s paywall, it was reported that WWE kept Michin’s appearance on NXT this week a closely guarded secret, even going so far as to list her as “Alundra Blayze” internally on NXT rundowns.

”Michin was kept a secret and was listed as “Alundra Blayze” internally on NXT rundowns, per Corey Brennan”


Michin also vowed to make history following her NXT appearance. It remains to be seen whether Michin will end up becoming the first-ever NXT Women’s North American Champion, as fans would be more than happy to see her win championship gold.

Are you happy to see Michin back in NXT after so many years? Let us know in the comments section below!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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