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NewsSonny Kiss Denies Signing With Impact Wrestling, Kamille Addresses Her NWA Future

Sonny Kiss Denies Signing With Impact Wrestling, Kamille Addresses Her NWA Future



Former AEW wrestler Sonny Kiss made her Impact Wrestling debut in the Call Your Shot Gauntlet Match at Bound For Glory 2023, and it was reported at the time that she would be a regular in the Anthem-owned promotion moving forward.

On a recent edition of the “Women’s Wrestling Talk” podcast, Kiss stated that she hasn’t signed any deal with Impact Wrestling and is still a free agent. She said,

Let me just start you off with I am not signed to IMPACT Wrestling. I’m like, damn, we couldn’t even get right into the interview yet. Let me just tell everybody that’s not true, that’s not what it is right now. But I’m open to what’s for me, and I’m still a free agent. I’m open to wherever I’m supposed to be. I will be there.”

On a recent edition of “The Pro Wrestling Boom Podcast,” former NWA World Women’s Champion Kamille addressed her future with Billy Corgan’s company.

Kamille noted that she wishes to continue with the NWA into larger and more crowded events in the future. She said,

“I think what’s left to accomplish if I stay with the NWA would be, like you said, we’re about to get a TV deal, supposedly [laughs]. I say supposedly, but Billy’s been talking about this for a long time, so I do believe that it is happening. I guess it’s really always been my goal just to be, because I feel like I’ve been there from ground zero, so I just want to be there when it grows and when we can sell out arenas of 15-20,000. That would be great. I would love to be a part of that because selfishly, I’ll feel like, ‘Man, I helped build this.’ When you say that you want to help see the company grow, it’s hard to put a number on it. Really, the only way to reach goals I feel like in life, is if you have a set date or a set number to correlate with it. So I don’t necessarily have a set date right now in mind. But yeah, my next goal would be to be in that arena of 15-20,000. I think that would be wonderful.”

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