Mia Yim and Candice LeRae had a huge street fight at the Great American Bash Day Two and showed off some of her injury marks

Day Two of the Great American Bash saw Mia Yim and Candice LeRae clash in a street fight.

The pair have had issues for a couple of months now and this street fight was not for the faint-hearted.

Mia Yim picke dup a few injuries at the Great American Bash
Mia Yim shows off the damage caused by Candice LeRae (Mia Yim Twitter)

Yim and LeRae used all sorts of weapons on each other. Tables were destroyed, steel chairs were used and even kendo sticks were part of the menu.

It shouldn’t come as a surprise that both stars suffered a lot of damage in the clash. Yim might be called the Head Baddie in Charge, but even she was beaten up a lot.

The WWE NXT star posted a couple of photos on Twitter highlighting the injuries she picked up. Her shoulder and arms took the brunt of the damage, and the HBIC also posted a message from the late rapper Nipsey Hussle:

“We got turned down, we failed, had setbacks, had to start over a lot of times. But we kept going at it. In anybody’s case that’s always the distinguishing factor.”

Yim fails in her challenge

Yim and LeRae certainly brought the house down at this NXT show, but the HBIC was unable to pick up the win.

LeRae used a swinging neckbreaker onto some steel chairs to get the win. However, the Poison Pixie also passed out after the move and her arm was just on top of Yim for the referee to count to three.

Mia Yim shows off one set of injury marks
Mia Yim lost to Candice LeRae (WWE)

It will be interesting to see what is next for the HBIC. She has performed admirably over the two days of the Great American Bash and deserves more air time on NXT.

Yim isn’t the No.1 contender for Io Shirai’s NXT crown, but she should challenge for the gold sooner rather than later.

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