Gail Kim Talks About Lei'D Tapa Leaving TNA, Changes To The Knockouts Division, More
"All of us have to work at it. I guess some people just have natural talent. I would say my strength is being in the ring and having matches. For me to have a promo, it takes a while for me to prepare. I feel like Impact Wrestling has given me so many opportunities to talk. Pat Kenney, or Simon Diamond, he normally works with us girls on our matches. He was put with us also to develop our characters, and that's one thing Pat has really worked on with me. When we're at live events or anything like that, he wants me to cut promos and he wants me to get better. He wants me to get as much practice as I can, especially during that run when I was doing the open challenge with some of those indie girls. I had talking segments every week and that's not my comfort zone. He really helped me a lot, so I thank him for that."
Her feuds with Awesome Kong and Taryn Terrell:
"Kong was my first, I call it magical feud because we had pure magical chemistry. I honestly never thought that something like that would happen again where people really recognized our hard work and we got their respect and it made a name for us. I'm very fortunate that it happened again, with Taryn last year. For me to have those opportunities in my career twice, I'm so grateful, and I just want to make even more magical moments going forward. The day that I start moving slower is the day that I'm going to retire. I just want to keep on making more magic and blowing people away with my matches – that's what I want to be remembered for."
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