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TNA Knockout Taryn Terrell recently spoke with Thomas Alexander of Zoo Magazine. Here are some highlights from the interview:
Proving herself as a pro wrestler: It has been real tough for me. I think when a female comes in from the modeling world a lot automatically think you are just a model and not a wrestler. I want to give people a good reason for getting behind me, my passion is wrestling.
On making the transition into pro wrestling: I was always an athlete in high school and college. In college, I did powerlifting and cheerleading. Modeling was something I just fell into. I wanted to do something athletic, so in wrestling I could pretty much be an athletic model.
“M.V.D. – Most Valuable Diva” is a weekly column where a WWE Diva or TNA Knockout is named the Most Valuable Diva of the Week based on their overall performance. The divas/knockouts that compete in matches and/or take part in segments automatically get nominated for Most Valuable Diva.
This week’s nominees for M.V.D. are:
Taryn Terrell: For the past few months, Taryn Terrell had a lot of tension with Gail Kim, and at Slammiversary, Taryn was looking to settle things by competing in the first-ever Last Knockout Standing Match against Gail Kim. The match consisted of ”Holy Shit” chants and some great spots, including the chair crossbody, figure four leg locks around the ring post, and a cutter from off the stage. Taryn Terrell ultimately won the match and a lot of respect from wrestling fans. If any women’s wrestling fan called Taryn’s performance in this match a hot mess, they should visit the nearest eye doctor ASAP!