SANADA Calls Gail Kim The Greatest Women’s Wrestler Ever, Frankie Kazarian Talks Impact 1000

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SANADA is a huge fan of Gail Kim, praising the former Knockouts Champion as the best female wrestler he’s ever seen.

The IWGP World Heavyweight Champion took to Instagram to share a picture of himself and Kim from the recent Impact Wrestling tapings, as you can check out below. He captioned the photo with,


“I’ve never seen any better female wrestler than yourself. You are the best that I have seen.”

Kim responded in the comments, writing,

“I’m honored that you would even say that! I’m glad that I have been able to see you become the great wrestler you are now and to see this from the start! Mr GQ!!”

Kim will return for a multi-woman tag team match at Impact 1000 this weekend.

On a recent edition of “The Ten Count” podcast, Impact Wrestling star Frankie Kazarian discussed his upcoming Impact 1000 match where he will team with his wife Traci Brooks against Eddie Edwards and Alisha Edwards. He said,

“Well, here’s the thing. My wife, while she’s not a wrestler anymore and she hasn’t been for over a decade, she’s always been a fighter as long as I’ve known her and she’s coming to fight. If people are expecting a technical masterpiece; no, she’s coming to fight as a pissed off wife. She’s coming to beat the hell out of [Alisha] We’re definitely on the same page, this isn’t what I would have wanted from the beginning. I didn’t mean for the wives to get involved, but here we are and sometimes you got to play the cards you’re dealt. We’re gonna play them and we’re going to beat the hell out of Eddie and [Alisha].”

Impact 1000 takes place on Saturday, September 9, at the Westchester County Center in White Plains, New York.

The Righteous’ Dutch signed with FCW back in 2010, and he looked back on the experience on a recent episode of the “Developmentally Speaking” podcast.

You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:

On signing with FCW: “I had my first match in 2008, but didn’t really start getting consistent bookings until the end of 2009… It was a two-day tryout. They split everybody up into four groups from like experienced to most experienced. So one group, they had you in [the] ring doing drills for 45 minutes. … You got 15 [or] 20 guys doing the same drill for 45 minutes, you’re only getting in the ring maybe two or three times. After that, 45 minutes [of] chain wrestling on the outside.”

On playing to the camera during the tryout: “So I can do a nip-up. Any time the camera would come near me, I would get in a wrist-lock, roll through, and nip-up, and then transition into another wrist lock. Every single time the camera came by. It was the only thing I knew.”

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