-What was Amazing Kong? like to work with back then?
-TNA kept putting you in lots of gimmick matches- street fight, ladder match, do you think it was too much?
-It's been documented that the Knockouts segment was drawing some of the best quarter hour ratings on Impact, do you think the division got enough credit and respect for that?
-Was there a level of frustration over pay or credit in the Knockouts locker room?
-Do you think Dixie Carter was sympathetic towards the women at all as far as getting equal pay and treatment?
-What led to you leaving TNA?
-What led to you going back to WWE?
-Did WWE make any promises that your push and pay would be different?
-Do you think coming from TNA hurt or helped your chances or being pushed in WWE or didn't make any difference?
-What was different, if anything, about the atmosphere and culture of the locker room when you went back to WWE?
-How about the Diva locker room, was it the same or different?
-What did you think of the new girls, did they have the same work ethic of the class you were first in WWE with (Lita, Trish, Victoria, Molly)?
-Do you think the McMahons and writers had different expectations of the Divas, like less wrestling and more T&A?
-Was the pay improved?
-What did you think of the Piggy James angle?
-Is there a lot of pressure to keep your weight down?
-Do the women put themselves in danger with measures to keep their weight down?
-What made you get breast augmentation surgery? Did you feel pressure to?
-What did you think of the Laycool act?
-What did you think of the angle of being Daniel Bryan's girlfriend?
-Was Bryan comfortable in those skits?
-When did you start getting frustrated with WWE and think of quitting?
-What led to these frustrations?
-Do you think Vince McMahon gave you enough attention personally?
-Was there anyone you could voice your frustrations to like an agent or writer?
-Who were the most helpful agents?
-Describe the night where you eliminated yourself from the battle royal. Take us from arriving at the building to the moment you knew you were going to do it to posting that you quit on Twitter?
-What was the reaction backstage when you did it?
-What was the reaction from the office to the Tweet that you quit? Who called you and what did they say?
-Why did WWE enforce their contract with you and not release you until a couple of days ago?
-What are your plans now?
-Who gets recognized more- you or Robert Irvine?
These are just a few of the questions Gail Kim will answer when she steps into The Hot Zone at WWNLive.com tonight at 8pm EST. Are there any questions you want to ask? Tonight will be your chance. Order now and take part in this interactive shoot.
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