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Today in History: Gail Kim is inducted to the TNA Hall of Fame, wins sixth Knockouts Championship

On this day in history:

October 2nd, 2016 | At 2016’s Bound for Glory, Gail Kim became the first woman to be inducted to the TNA Hall of Fame. The ceremony saw special appearances from Christy Hemme, Taryn Terrell and Awesome Kong who all celebrated the inaugural Knockouts Champion for her decorative career. On top of being inducted to the Hall of Fame, Gail would also go on to defeat long-time rival Maria Kanellis to win her sixth Knockouts Championship.

Also occurring today in history:
* 10/2/99 – Chyna defeats Jeff Jarrett by DQ at Rebellion 1999.
* 10/2/99 – Ivory defeats Jacqueline, Luna Vachon and Tori in a Fatal Four-Way match to retain the Women’s Title at Rebellion 1999.

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