Previously on the Mae Young Classic: Kaitlyn was eliminated right when we knew we wanted her to never leave us again, Tegan Nox battled a tablecloth, and Deonna taught us to fear one specific type of armbar.
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As you probably noticed from the headline and/or my previous MYC reviews, I’m departing from our usual Best/Worst format for this column for something I’m calling a Ranked Review. Each MYC episode consists of four straight-up wrestling matches and almost nothing else for about an hour, and I’m going to talk about each match in worst-to-best order. As always, I welcome your thoughts on the format and rankings, as well as the rest of the review and the episode it talks about, in the comments section.
And now, my review of season 2, episode 7 of the Mae Young Classic, the tournament’s quarterfinals, from October 17, 2018.