Gail Kim makes an interesting proposal to WWE

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Gail Kim makes an interesting proposal to WWE

Interviewed on Renee Paquette's podcast, Oral Sessions, Gail Kim, former WWE Divas and now commanding the women's division at IMPACT, said she wouldn't mind seeing WWE Divas Magazine again. This magazine was printed and published between 2001 and 2007, before being a bit discontinuous and Gail Kim took part in two photoshoots included in it, having been part of the WWE roster between 2002 and 2004.

"I think WWE should do it again," she said. "I think every company should do it. Back then, we split up, I think it was two or three groups depending on the amount of girls, and then each girl had their own make-up artist and their own hairdressing team.

The years I did it, we did it in Mexico two years in a row. But the fans just love them. I think it's because women are seen as very powerful now and strong and athletes, maybe they don't want to s*xualize them, but we felt beautiful as long as we are each in our own comfort zone, be yourself and do your version of sensual."

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Renee said she agrees, noting that ESPN's Body Issue is a different way of celebrating athletes' bodies.

Gail Kim then replied: "As I said, it has been a bonding experience for us every time we have been there and of course we ride from sunrise to sunset, but there are also little moments in between to take a break. lunch or sunbathe and talk to the girls while having a drink.

It will always remain a good memory for me." Obviously, if we think about the fact that every person, man or woman who is, deserves to feel good about their body, it is not a bad idea, but then perhaps it would be more correct to do it for the whole roster, not only for women, too.

because as Gail pointed out, society seeks to evolve and not s*xualize women. Speaking on Busted Open Radio, former WWE star Gail Kim discussed what it would take to get her to return to the ring. It seems that the former Knockouts champion does not have any solid intentions of competing inside the squared circle again.

"This is what I say to Scott D'Amore and the creative team when they ask me, 'Well, I'm a company girl, I'll never say no,'" Kim added, "I just need some Kurt Angle money to come out of retirement [laughs]. That's never going to happen.

This week, we were at TV and they always joke around about it, it's like a daily joke, so I changed it from Kurt Angle money to John Cena money. It would take a lot. If you have closure on your career, final match, you close that door, it would take a lot to come back."

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