Knockouts Champion Gail Kim has officially broken the record for single longest Knockouts Championship reign.
Marking 190 days as champion today, Gail surpasses Madison Rayne‘s 188 day reign to take the crown for single longest title reign.
Kim returned to TNA after three years in WWE last October, quickly winning the Knockouts Title in her very first pay per view match at November’s Turning Point pay per view, and the rest, as they say, is history.
Awesome Kong — Kharma in WWE — still holds the record for longest reigning champion in history; her two title reigns rank at a combined 347 days. Madison Rayne comes second, logging 299 days as champion over three title reigns. Kim now ranks third with 275 days as champion between her first title reign in 2007 and her current reign.
Kim was of course the very first Knockouts Champion.
In hindsight, it seems quitting WWE and returning to TNA was the right choice indeed.
Do you think Gail can break Kharma’s record?