Gail Kim Is 'Curious' About Ember Moon Potentially Joining IMPACT Wrestling

Ember Moon was released by WWE last month

Gail Kim has admitted she is 'curious' about what Ember Moon could offer amid speculation she could switch to IMPACT Wrestling. 

Moon was one of a number of names shockingly released by WWE during a round of 'budget-related' cuts from the promotion last month. Moon is just one of a host of talented female wrestlers that is currently a free agent, with WWE's releases becoming more frequent and ROH going on hiatus. 

Kim says she is 'curious' about Moon while also naming Taya Valkyrie and Mia Yim as two other names that could bolster IMPACT's Knockouts Division, having previously worked for the promotion. 

Speaking on Renee Paquette's Oral Sessions Podcast, Kim said: "I just want girls who are talented and passionate and all those things, but it's important to have a good locker room. It's so important for the girls to support each other and work for the business of the match, for the company, and in the end, it benefits everyone.

"People like Taya [Valkyrie], Mia Yim, of course, was part of our family too. I would love for her to be able to show who she really is as her authentic self because she's really talented. I'm curious about Ember Moon.

"Now ROH has so many girls, I mean, I love Maria [Kanellis] just as a leader, as well, in terms of the women's wrestling world, and because we have Mickie [James] in our locker room now and I just love that there's different types of girls in there that the girls can look up to. Just be able to lean on or go to for advice because, listen, in all realistic situations, even though I'm a leader there, some girls might not feel comfortable to come to me for whatever reason it may be.

"Whether they see me as 'too office,' that's why we need the Madison's, the Mickie's, the Maria's, and the people who are in that locker room that they can turn to if they don't feel comfortable with other people."

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