News Gail Kim Said Women Had to Get “Approval” to Do Basic Wrestling Moves While In WWE

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  1. While speaking to Sporting News, former WWE Superstar & current GFW Knockout Gail Kim claimed that Vince McMahon did not like women’s wrestling when she was a part of WWE.

    “My honest opinion, and this is only my opinion and I don’t know this as fact, I just think Vince McMahon did not like women’s wrestling,” said Kim. “With this whole revolution that happened in WWE these past couple of years, it’s because of the fans. Remember they were saying ‘Give Divas a Chance’ that it got to the point where Vince is like OK, I’m going to give them a chance. It was really truly Hunter (Triple H) who created all these great girls in NXT. It wasn’t Vince. It’s almost like, thank God Hunter did it so that Vince could see the reaction that these girls were getting in NXT. Then it was OK, let’s jump on the bandwagon and let’s make it happen. I think he was never a fan of women’s wrestling whether he had talented girls or not and he didn’t want to watch that.”

    Kim continued to discussed how female talents within WWE were treated by saying they never got much of a shot on television.

    “When I was there, they really didn’t want us to do things. Even to do a superplex off the top rope, you had to keep it quiet until it happened and hopefully get approval from the agent. He would say do it and I’ll take the heat for it. It was just insane to me. To me, I always just feel like why would you hire a talent and not use them to the best of their ability? That’s the confusing part for me and that was the most frustrating part for me. But I just chalked it up to I was in that company at the wrong time.”

    You can check out the complete interview here.

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  2. Thats how it is for Women in this day and age. They dnt think that A woman is capable of doing somethings that Guys can do. If the talent is good, Give them that chance to prove their worth.
  3. That was from like, the early 2000's. Gail left WWE years ago and she's been in TNA/GFW most her career and is a great wrestler.