Source: The SunThe Sun has an interview with Gail Kim, in which the she talks about returning to TNA, being a heel and more. Here are some highlights:
On being a heel: "My first half of my career I was a heel. I then stayed a babyface for a long time, five or six years, and you always want to be refreshing, to have a change. I wanted to explore that. Vince Russo talked to me about it, and I said I was on the same wavelength."
On the Knockouts division and returning to TNA: "It was easy because I had such a great experience the first time. The way the woman's division is portrayed here – this is what I love to do. Be in the ring, and show what I can do in that ring. The division over here is so strong, and the girls are so talented. There is a great group of women here and I just wanted to be part of it and contribute."
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