Gail Kim recently spoke with SpencerDailyReporter.com about her current run in TNA, her longevity in wrestling and more. Check out the full article for all the details…
On The Difference Between Her Work as a Heel as Opposed to Her Work as a Face: "I'm looking forward to being the heel. I change my wrestling moves. When I'm a heel, I'm more technical and use submissions. When I'm a baby-face, I'm more of a high flyer."
On Her Future: "Right now I feel so great," Kim said, despite having spent time recovering from a broken collarbone in the past year, taking her out of in-ring action. "It was so hard for me to sit back and watch everybody in the ring doing what I love to do. I'm going to try and do it as long as I can. I've been so lucky to be able to have done this for as long as I have. Every wrestler has a passion to do it as long as they can."
On Her Longevity: "Sometimes in this business, longevity is an issue. It is a man's world in this industry. Companies like TNA put women's wrestling on a platform. The Knockouts division, you watch any of our matches, you'll say we're very physical. We want the fans to watch and say that was a great match. Not just for the girls, but that was a great match."
On Working For TNA: "I've always been happiest here," Kim said. "I've always felt this company was home."