When a concealed women wrestler burst onto the Canadian wrestling scene in 2001, rarely any individual in that Toronto group knew that they 'd be viewing a future TNA Knockout at work, in addition to the only wrestler to have held the Women’s Title in both WWE and TNA. Yet, on knowledge, that is truly amazed? Gail Kim is, after all, a femme fatale. But initially, allow’s see just how Gail fits our two important Femme Fatale standards. In this columnist’s mind, as a result, Gail fulfills the “Femme” standard. As a rookie wrestler, Gail concealed her elegance under a basic dark mask as well as called herself “The Queen of Pet Cats” La Felina. Without her great aim to distract the target market, La Felina showed off her high-flying steps as well as all at once showed her expertise in floor covering fumbling. As a heel, her gimmick was among a dominatrix as well as she brutalised her challengers. Years later on, in the WWE as Gail Kim, she would proceed that mean touch of hers as she teamed with Molly Holly to turn into one of the most leading women tag teams of the new centuries. Yet Gail hasn’t always had it simple in her road towards turning into one of the most popular female wrestlers today. But allow’s check out exactly how she conquered all that in her fabled life. It was against Tracy Brooks, in a hair vs. mask suit that La Felina was lastly exposed as a lovely woman of Oriental descent. In later meetings, Gail Kim would expose that the mask was never her idea and that although she hated it, she identified that it became part of her novice training. Delighted at the idea of seeing an Oriental female face in a WWE ring for the first time since Bull Nakano, I instantly got off my ass as well as created my initial follower email to Gail, congratulating her on her signing. With 2003 being the year of the fiercely prepared for sequels to the science-fiction blockbuster, The Matrix, it looked like a great concept to give the novice a Matrix trick. Gail Kim was the brand-new WWE Female’s Champion! In an unaired meeting with WWE. com, Gail’s enjoyment about this remarkable success caused her to be shed for words. Back to truth. It would certainly have been far more purposeful if there had actually been a significant amount of accumulation to the suit, with sufficient buzz for every competitor (all that were superb wrestlers in their own right). One reviewer felt that such a booking decision virtually threatened the whole Women’s division. As painful to admit as it was, Gail’s inexperience in front of a globally target market created her to be sloppy in the ring, making her much-hyped “Matrix” gimmick backfire on her. Thankfully, the heel turn and also both with Molly Holly had a favorable effect on Gail, who enjoyed a significant fight against Trish as well as the likes of Cream color, Jacqueline and Lita. Gail’s in-ring kind gradually began to return but just as she was beginning to make a significant influence, she broke her collarbone in a match versus Trish in November.