AWESOME KONG DISCUSSES JOINING WWE, MISCONCEPTIONS ABOUT HER TNA DEPARTURE, WHETHER SHE’D RETURN TO TNA, “THE SPONGE DUDE”, AND MORE By WorldWrestlingInsanity.com
She’s spent her whole wrestling career being either Amazing or Awesome. Now the dominant former TNA knockouts champion Amazing Kong joins James Guttman for an uncut 30 minute ClubWWI.com shoot that fans have been waiting for!
Kong has rocked rings all across the world. She’s pounded foes into the ground and made herself into one of the most unique and followed stars in female wrestling. Later, her departure from TNA following a backstage altercation made her one of the most controversial. Now hear her story from the woman herself – complete, uncut, and only on ClubWWI.com. From Chyna’s influence on her career to the WWE Hall of Famers supporting her WWE debut to the reality show that jumpstarted her career, she talks about it all. For a full list of topics, head to: http://www.worldwrestlinginsanity.com/
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As one of the cornerstones for TNA’s knockout division, Kong’s departure from the company left people shocked. During her ClubWWI.com shoot, James Guttman calls her TNA’s Daniel Bryan due to the outpouring of support from fans after she left. He asks her about the fan reaction and the former Knockouts Champion says she was touched to see how strongly people supported her.
“It was and is still very touching. People still message me on Facebook and Twitter and all my social networks, asking when I’m coming back. Even on Twitter, I see that people still message Dixie (Carter) to work it out with me and have me come back. That’s something that I don’t want to say is never going to happen. You never know what’s going to happen because nothing’s ever final in life. But it really made me feel good that people really were behind me, respected my decision, and it just feels really good when people take your side. (laughs)”
JG compares her leaving TNA to almost a Shakespearean play with its symbolism. She represented the old guard of Total Nonstop Action for many fans while Bubba The Love Sponge, who she had a highly publicized altercation with, was associated with Hulk Hogan’s new regime. When it all went down, the entire conflict almost seemed to take on a life of its own. Kong explains to ClubWWI.com members that all is not as it seems sometimes in wrestling…
“It really did and unfortunately, what people think and perceived to have happened, didn’t really happen. You know, it just happened that I departed around the time of public events happening with me and the Sponge Dude, or whatever. It was around the time of Mr. Hogan coming in that I happened to leave so people make assumptions that those are the reasons, which some of those could have been catalysts – not Mr. Hogan coming in because he was great to work with – but some of those other events may have been the catalysts. But not the real reason I left.”
Kong speaks in-depth about her TNA career including her debut, what she focused on the whole time, the response from fans, fighting Gail Kim, how her gimmick has evolved, having her departure blown out of proportion, fan shock over meeting her, and more.
But, as her ClubWWI.com shoot continues, James asks the question that Kong is asked constantly…WWE? How highly does a WWE debut rate on Kong’s to-do list?
“I ask myself this question every day. I ponder on it every day. I weigh what it is I’m gonna do as far as my wrestling future every single day. I have yet to come to a conclusion.”
Kong then discusses the WWE Hall of Famers who are supporting her possible WWE debut, when they met, one big reason she’s not in WWE right now, and more. But she also adds this thought…
“So having that support and the support from fans makes me think…should I be over there? Hmm, I should be over there maybe. (laughs) I have to see about that.”
Remember, Amazing Kong is just one of well over 250 stars you can hear in uncut shoot interviews as soon as you sign up to ClubWWI.com. Others include: Sivi Afi , Aaron Aguliera, Skandar Akbar, Brent Albright, Bill Alfonso, Ole Anderson, Road Warrior Animal, Tony “T.L. Hopper” Anthony, Baby Doll, Buff Bagwell, Doug Basham, Paul Bearer, Giant Bernard, Big Daddy V, Eric Bischoff, Steve Blackman, Brian Blair, Tully Blanchard, Nick Bockwinkel, “The Boogeyman” Marty Wright, Bad News Brown, D-Lo Brown, “Jumping” Jim Brunzell, Mike “Simon Dean” Bucci, Bull Buchanan, Big Bully Busick, Lance Cade , Christian, John Cena Sr., Chaz “Headbanger Mosh” , Bryan “Adam Bomb” Clark, Rob Conway, Jim Cornette, Justin Credible, Austin “Consequences” Creed, D-Ray 3000, Scott D’Amore, Christopher Daniels, Shawn Daivari, Dangerous Danny Davis, Dawn Marie, Damian Demento, Colin Delaney, Brother Devon, Demolition Ax, Demolition Smash, Bill DeMott, Ted DiBiase, J.J. Dillon, Nick “Eugene” Dinsmore, Disco Inferno, “Domino” Cliff Compton, Spike Dudley, Hacksaw Jim Duggan , Kenny Dykstra, Bobby Eaton, Paul Ellering, Armando Estrada,, Manny Fernandez , Fifi The Maid, Francine, Mr. Fuji, Dory Funk Jr., Terry Funk, Greg Gagne, Ronnie Garvin ,Jackie Gayda, Joel Gertner, Glacier, Sylvain Grenier, Tod Gordon, Zach Gowen, Juventud Guerrera, Chalie Haas, Chris Harris , Bruce Hart , Jimmy Hart, Diva Search’s Jessica Hatch, Dave Hebner, Earl Hebner, Bobby “The Brain” Heenan, Jon Heidenreich, Christy Hemme, Hillbilly Jim, Molly Holly , The Honky Tonk Man, Tim Horner , Scotty 2 Hotty, Sam Houston, Mr. Hughes, The Iron Sheik, Ivory, B.G. James, Jazz, Ahmed Johnson, Judge Jeff Jones, Orlando Jordan, Kamala, Kid Kash, Kevin Kelly, Pat “Simon Diamond” Kenney, Ron Killings, Cpl. Kirschner, Kizarny, Kevin Kleinrock, Brian Knobbs, Ivan Koloff, Nikita Koloff,, Bobby Lashley, Bruno “Harvey Wippleman” Lauer, Jerry “The King” Lawler, “The Total Package” Lex Luger, Buschwhacker Luke, Rodney Mack, Magnum T.A., Balls Mahoney, Rick Martel, Clarence Mason , “Masterpiece” Chris Masters, Robbie McAllister, Rory McAllister, Matt Morgan, Ernest Miller, Missing Link, Father James Mitchell, Mo From Men on a Mission , Sean Mooney, Ricky Morton, Don Muraco, Trevor Murdoch, Kevin Nash, Nidia, “The Berzerker” John Nord, Nunzio, One Man Gang, Sonny Onoo, Paul “Mr. Wonderful” Orndorff, Oscar From Men on a Mission , Fred “Typhoon/Tugboat/Shockmaster” Ottman, Pierre-Carl Ouellet, Outback Jack, Diamond Dallas Page, Ken Patera, Nick Patrick, Jim Powers, Tom Prichard, Ivan Putski, Harley Race, Baron Von Raschke, “The Yeti” Ron Reis , Rhino, Dustin Rhodes, Tommy Rich, Rikishi, Paul Roma, “Super Hero in Training” Rosie, Jacques Rougeau, Terri Runnels, Lance Russell, Samoa Joe, Bruno Sammartino, Samu, Tito Santana, Dan “The Beast” Severn, Ron Simmons, Elix Skipper, Slick, Tracey Smothers, Al Snow, Sim “Deuce” Snuka, Dennis Stamp, George “The Animal” Steele, Rick Steiner, Scott Steiner, Idol Stevens, The Stro, AJ Styles, Dave “Evad” Sullivan, Kevin Sullivan, Dave Taylor, Sylvester Terkay, Kevin Thorn, ECW’s Tiffany, Too Cold Scorpio, Greg “The Hammer” Valentine, Jimmy Valiant, Johnny Valiant, Jesse “The Body” Ventura, Sid Vicious, Vito, Nikolai Volkoff, Koko B. Ware, Erik Watts, Steve “Dr. Death” Williams, David Young, Mae Young , Larry Zybszko, and More.