IMPACT Wrestling’s resident Girl on Fire spoke with Outsports recently about re-signing with the company. Kiera Hogan has been signed with the company since 2017 and made her debut in February 2018. Her debut made a big splash as she defeated then-champion Laurel Van Ness in a non-title match.
Hogan opened up to Outsports with how she feels signing a new contract with her current company:
“It’s honestly great, I’m so glad to continue to be a part of the roster and to continue to be a part of the Impact family, because, honestly, that’s what it is. I honestly wouldn’t want to be anywhere else. It’s the best locker room I’ve been in. Both men and women, we all look out for each other.”
She continues, “We all are very close with each other. I just feel like we’re such a close-knit family that all want to do something really great with this platform that we’ve been given. I’m just so happy to be able to stay around and grow with the company. It’s just so crazy to think about me talking about the Knockouts division when I was 16 years old, and saying how they had the best women’s wrestlers. To be a part of the division, I can actually vouch for that now. I knew in my heart that Impact was going to be my home.”
Hogan has spent a couple of years on the independent scene prior to her IMPACT signing. She wrestled in all-female organizations such as WSU and SHINE. She currently also performs in WOW under the name Fire.
The rest of her interview with Outsports focuses highly on her recent announcement that she is in a relationship with former IMPACT Knockout, Diamante. She discusses her relationship with her and coming out as part of the LGBTQ community. You can read the rest of this interview by clicking here.
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