WWE superstars Keith Lee and Mia Yim are the latest couple in the company to get engaged. The news came courtesy of the latter superstar's Twitter account in a post that she shared with her 194,000 followers on Thursday.
Yim took to the social media platform and shared a picture of the newly engaged couple, both of whom looked delighted to have taken the next big step in their relationship.
Yim also showed off her engagement ring, which was silver and boasted a diamond in the center. The Retribution member looked healthy again too, having previously tested positive for COVID-19 last month.
The news was also warmly received by their fans and peers. The post has received over 2,000 retweets and 13,000 likes at the time of this writing. Many of Yim's followers also flocked to the comments section to congratulate the future newlyweds.
Former Impact Wrestling star Taya Valkyrie made an appearance and sent her best regards, suggesting that inter-promotional rivalries mean nothing when it comes to love.
"Congrats you guys," she tweeted, followed by a slew of emoji."Congratulations, Mia! That's fantastic!! And congratulations to you as well, Keith. You have found something special in your lives, and it is great to see you taking the next step," tweeted second social media user.
Another Twitter follower was over the moon for the couple, stating that it couldn't have happened to a better pair.
"I am so excited for you both. You two are two of the nicest people ever. May every day be filled with joy and happiness and laughter and love. May you always find your home in each other."
These types of sentiments were echoed throughout the replies. It was clear from the responses that the future spouses are highly regarded in the pro wrestling community.
Yim and Lee were both promoted to the main roster last year, and they've experienced varying levels of success since then. Yim is one of the founding members of Retribution, whose tenure on the red brand has been full of ups and downs in recent months.
Lee, on the other hand, seemed destined for a major push upon arriving on Monday Night Raw. While he's currently involved in the United States title picture, some reports have noted that Vince McMahon reportedly isn't a fan of his in-ring work.