After over fifteen years in wrestling, a TNA Hall of Famer has called it quits.
Gail Kim, who has stacked quite the resume' over her tenured pro-wrestling career, has finally hung up her boots. Today, Gail Kim wrestled her final match as a part of Southside Wrestling; going up against Kasey Owens.
Kim has been a part of various promotions and companies and she offered contributions to them all. The last company she was a part of was Impact Wrestling, but she gave her farewell to the company during a set of tapings last year. Gail Kim was the first ever TNA Knockouts Champion, which would be the the first of her seven title reigns. The former Knockout was also a part of WWE, as she had two stints in the company. The first being from 2002-2004 and the second being from 2008-2011. While Kim was in the WWE, she captured the WWE Women's Championship. In 2016, Gail Kim was inducted into the TNA Hall Of Fame. Fast forward two years later and she has officially retired from in-ring competition.
Kim has spent some time working backstage with Impact Wrestling since her company retirement at Bound For Glory.