Tessa is confident in her abilities.
The third-generation star Tessa Blanchard has been making waves on the independent wrestling scene at the age of 23-years old and has been doing so since her in-ring debut in 2014. This past July it was announced by IMPACT Wrestling that they came to terms on a deal with the "Queen Of The Carolinas" which entails that Tessa is going to be a part of IMPACT Wrestling for the foreseeable future.
While staking her claim to becoming the head honcho of IMPACT's Knockouts division, Tessa is also the holder of the EWA Florida Heavyweight, PCW Ultra Women's, PWX Women's, Phoenix Of RISE, The Crash Women's, WSU, WrestleCircus Lady Of The Ring and Zelo Pro Women's Championships. With all those championships currently under Tessa's grasp, she also has her sights set on becoming the IMPACT Knockouts Champion and spoke more about that during an interview with 'Icon Versus Icon'.
"My main goal at IMPACT is to be the Knockout Division Champion." She said. "I'm going to have my opportunity to claim that on Sunday against Allie and Su Yung. That is the goal because having that championship means that you're the best. I'm confident that I am the uncrowned champion because I am the best women's wrestler in IMPACT Wrestling… I want to do everything possible in wrestling. I want to go absolutely everywhere I can, wrestle everyone that I can and accomplish everything that I can. In my journey, I feel this is just one stop on the road."
IMPACT Wrestling will be holding tapings for future episodes of IMPACT TV tonight and there will be another set of tapings tomorrow night. Spoilers from both sets of tapings will be published here on the site once they conclude.