Kiera Hogan Felt Like She Was Always Somebody's Best Friend In IMPACT Wrestling

Kiera Hogan joined IMPACT Wrestling in 2017, working with the company until her departure in 2021.

Hogan started being featured more in the final year of her run when she formed Fire N Flava with Tasha Steelz. The duo would go on to win the IMPACT Knockouts Tag Team Championship Tournament to capture the re-instated IMPACT Knockouts Tag Team Titles.

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Despite success in the tag team division, Hogan always considered herself to be the best friend of someone else.

"At IMPACT, I was there for four years, and I was always in storylines, I was always somebody's best friend. I never got a singles run, a title, which is something that I really wanted before I left, but I didn't get it. I got to wrestle Mickie James for title at NWA, which was cool, amazing, so grateful. That's my idol. I couldn't believe it, it took me leaving IMPACT to get a title shot, but it's against Mickie James, so I'm grateful. I was always somebody's best friend. I was Allie's best friend, Jordynne's best friend, Madison Rayne's best friend. Can I be by myself? Am I not strong enough to be by myself? Am I not a strong enough character? What is it? That's why I changed my character to try and do something different and not the same ol' same ol'. 'Maybe I'm stale.' I tried to switch it up," she told Thunder Rosa on Rosa's Taco Vlog.

Hogan is now signed to AEW and part of The Baddies alongside Jade Cargill and Red Velvet.

Hogan & Cargill teamed up on the July 20 episode of AEW Dynamite to defeat Athena & Willow Nightingale. Fightful provides live coverage of AEW Dynamite every Wednesday beginning at 8 p.m. ET.

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