Gail Kim is arguably the greatest female wrestler of all time.
Kim signed with WWE in October 2002 and spent just eight months in WWE’s developmental system (OVW) before making his main roster debut. In 2003, Kim made her WWE debut on the 30th episode of RAW where she competed in a battle royal for the WWE Women’s Championship. Kim won the match and the title, last eliminating Victoria. She held the WWE Women’s Championship for just one month, making a successful defense over Molly Holly before losing it to her in July.
Speaking to Lucha Libre Online, Kim reflected on her women’s title win and expressed her gratitude to WWE for giving her such a breakthrough opportunity. he said
“I entered the WWE thinking that my dream had come true and I got fired after two years, so I literally quit wrestling. I will always be grateful to win the WWE Women’s Championship on my first night. I am grateful. But, at the same time, when you fight for something so long and work so hard and get your first knockout championship, it shows me that it’s a sweet moment when you fight for it.”