What a career. And that's even without the brief WWE run, which unfortunately I feel overshadows conversation from her Japan, SHIMMER and early TNA contributions. Her feud with Gail did so much for not only TNA as a TV show, and not only for the Knockouts division, but for women's wrestling as a whole. I really think that feud contributed to the growth/popularity of women's wrestling in general and on the independent scene, during a time when WWE was refusing to present any women as being important to their show. It's not often a female wrestler comes off as a major star and special attraction in the way that Kong did when she began wrestling in America. She's a shoe-in multiple wrestling Hall of Fames. Obviously she hasn't been in the same in recent years, and apparently she is retiring due to doctor's orders, but some of those matches she had in 2007 and 2008 were among the best performances I've ever seen from a 'monster' wrestler. Her agility, pace, and execution were so great, and the atmosphere those matches had were chill-inducing. So for that, Awesome Kong, I say thank you.