Gail Kim
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Gail Kim is one of the examples from the women in wrestling who went ahead to find success after leaving the WWE. She had not only made herself famous after her WWE career was over but also build herself as a pioneer at a point when opportunities like these days were not available.

The Impact Knockout’s legend and producer Gail Kim joined Oral Sessions with Renee Paquette to reflect on her wrestling career. The host of the show, formerly known as Renee Young Paquette would go on to ask her whether she had any regrets about missing out on some big matches as she wasn’t a part of the women’s revolution in WWE.

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Now, Gail Kim had always been outspoken about her time with WWE where she was ill-treated all the way. Hence, she doesn’t have any remorse, at all for missing out WWE Evolution. She is very happy with how her career unfolded in Impact Wrestling both in and outside the ring.

Gail Kim was not treated well in the WWE

“I would love to talk about this right now because I feel people have a perception,” Gail Kim said. “Obviously I’ve been very vocal in the past in terms of my time in WWE, and that was all from a very honest place. I want people to understand now that I still feel the same way in terms of the way I was treated.

Of course, I wasn’t very happy with the way I was booked there, because I don’t think I was there at the right time, to be honest. Although I did think the second time I was there, they could’ve utilized me better. But now at this point in my life, as I said, you’re younger and you think a certain way and you’re very involved in that moment.” (quotes courtesy Wrestling INC)

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For those who don’t know, Gail Kim had two separate runs in the WWE. She was a part of the company from 2002 to 2004. During that timespan, she also briefly won the WWE Women’s Championship. Then she came back to the WWE to have her stint from 2008 to 2011 which is considered to be a low-key phase in her career.

Gail Kim has always been vocal about the treatments of WWE toward its female talents in the past, criticizing them several times on Twitter. This included WWE’s practice of returning women’s belongings in trash bags following their release. Moving away from the WWE, Kim would go on to become a multi-time Impact Knockouts champion.

Arindam Pal

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