This year's WWE Mae Young Classic saw several talent get signed, and wheels set in motion for the Four Horsewomen to make a WWE appearance. Still, the future on several members of the field is uncertain, or not as it once seemed.
According to this week's Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Piper Niven and Toni Storm were both told WWE would be in contact with them following the Mae Young Classic as it pertained to a potential deal. However, neither of the two have had communication with WWE about a deal, although they're told that they should keep quiet if a deal is reached.
Also in the newsletter, it was revealed that Io Shirai had issues with her neck, back and heart that caused WWE to pass on her. She was cleared by doctors in Japan, but WWE's medical team advised the company to not offer her a deal.
Lacey Lane didn't appear on the Mae Young Classic this year, but Squared Circle Sirens pointed out an appearance on the Spinning Heel Kick Podcast where Lane cleared up her status. Lane was set to report to the Performance Center in March, but WWE doctors discovered arthritis in her knee and the offer was pulled. The Team 3D Academy graduate had already said her goodbyes on the indy circuit. She's hoping to get another crack at a contract after she strengthens her knee.