Gail Kim began her career wrestling on the Canadian-American independent circuit, before joining WWE in 2002. She became the first WWE Diva in history to win a championship in her debut match. After being released by WWE in 2004, Kim joined TNA in September 2005.
There, she joined the tag team America's Most Wanted as their valet. After the dissolution of the group, Kim performed as a singles wrestler, eventually becoming the inaugural TNA Knockouts Champion in October 2007. In a recent interview with WrestlingInc.com, Kim expressed her thoughts on intergender wrestling: “I think wrestling has changed throughout the years, especially the last couple of years.
Intergender wrestling has been at the forefront, especially lately I’ve heard a lot. I’m okay with it as long as the story is told properly, the build is proper and we’re not doing things that aren’t realistic.
That’s for me. I like to lean on making wrestling the most believable, realistic form of entertainment as possible for the most part. There are some characters who are purely entertainment. But that’s my point on intergender wrestling.
I don’t like to see things where a man is going to punch a woman. I just think about the kids that are watching. I take that into consideration. I wouldn’t want to see too much of that or something that isn’t realistic or something they couldn’t get a grasp on”.