Gail Kim has indicated that IMPACT Wrestling has ‘big plans’ in mind for the future of the company.
The former WWE Women’s Champion currently produces for and works heavily with the promotion’s women’s division.
Speaking on the Battleground podcast, Kim opened up about IMPACT being viewed as an underdog promotion, noting:
“It’s been 20 years and I think I’ve been part of this company 15 years now out of that 20. I’ve seen every up and down, and more than anything, we’ve had different management. But we’ve always stayed together,” Kim said.
“We’ve always tried to put out the best wrestling show period. The talent has always been almost like a family. We really sometimes are the underdog. We just want to show what we can do, and IMPACT Wrestling has always given us that platform.”
Commenting on the promotion’s future, Kim said:
“I think everyone knows I’m very loyal and invested in this company with the women’s division and everything on top of that. I just want to grow within the company and help it move into a new direction. I think the fans will be surprised because I think we have big plans in terms of where we want this company to go and just be more exposed to a bigger audience, and for everyone to enjoy what we all love and that’s to see the talent, the incredible talent, that’s on this roster.”
Slammiversary 2022 will take place this Sunday (June 19), exactly 20 years after IMPACT’s (TNA) first live show.
You can view the announced card for the pay-per-view right here.
Transcription via WrestlingNews.co.
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