Thursday, September 3, 2015

Gail Kim interview highlights



Scott Fishman of ChannelGuideMagBlog.com passed along a new interview with former WWE Diva & current TNA Knockout, Gail Kim. Here are some excerpts from the interview:

On her new change in character and look in TNA:

"I think it has happened at the perfect time. If you look at my career, I try not to get stale. I try to keep things fresh. There have been times where I did feel stale, but I try to change that. I've been in this business for a long time. I don't want the fans to ever be bored. That's why I attribute my wrestling style to always keeping it fresh and the matches interesting. That goes along with my look and character. I feel like this was the evolution of where I should be and what I envisioned probably at the beginning of my career."

On WWE's current #DivasRevolution:

"I think they have a really great group of talent, especially the girls that have come up through NXT. I wish Nattie was a part of it because I don't see how see she can't fit into the equation. She should have been in there from day one. They just have a really good core group of girls. I really like Sasha [Banks]. I know she is a fan favorite. I just love what they've been doing. It's so funny I saw a match I thought, 'That's so like TNA knockouts style.' They are bringing it to another level, and I love it. I the saw Sasha and Bayley match. I just loved the psychology and the crowd was into ii. It was great. Now I just feel they are doing it on the main stage. I think they really need storylines and characters. They can do what we're doing. TNA is very good about pushing individual girls and letting them stand alone and develop their characters and stories that way. I think fans can connect on a deeper level. Just throwing three girls against three girls out there, it's great they are giving them more time. Now they need to give them the storylines and so forth."

ChannelGuideMagBlog.com: TNA knockout Gail Kim talks women's wrestling boom and finding success in it

Credit: wrestleview.com

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