Sabre has an unnatural obsession with Bollywood, martial arts, wrestling, movies, science fiction, comic books, and paranormal things. When the promotion started, a lot of people hoped it would be competition for the WWE, but that so far has not come to pass. TNA originally started out with a pretty good talent pool, having some performers that while that may not have been as well known as the WWE Superstars, were just as if not more skilled. Possibly one of the most beautiful women in pro wrestling today, wrestler Jamie Szantyr is better known as Velvet Sky.
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Almost a decade before the women's revolution in the WWE, TNA started its own revolution that would change the face of women's wrestling forever. And ultimately it is this division which would take the wrestling world by storm, proving that women could be a box-office when booked right. For most of her run there, she would be associated with LAX. She did compete in a handful of matches, but her in-ring ability was not much to write home about. Martinez would not stay in TNA a long time either, ultimately leaving to pursue a career in Italian cinema.
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TNA has a surprisingly strong Knockout's division, where its female competitors can tear the house down. Where sometimes other companies don't pay enough attention to their women's division, TNA's Knockouts have been great. As with any division in wrestling, some performers are winning more than others. These wins and losses have added up over the years, showing which Knockouts have been the consistent winners and which have been losers.
Knockout is a term used by Impact Wrestling to refer to its female talent. The name "Knockouts" as a catchall name for the women stuck after that. Vaughn lost the title when she was defeated by male character Bruce a few weeks later. Although male, he claimed that he should be entitled to wrestle for the Miss TNA crown because he was gay.