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Favorite Gail Kim gear


#gail kim #tna knockouts #kind of obsessed with her gear right now nbd

Independent Wrestler/TNA Knockout Attires: the Blossom Twins in a blue and pink variation of the Union Jack design (in tights) and white wrist tape


#blossom twins #indy wrestlers #tna knockouts #i have no idea how to sort them so whatevs for now

Anon asked: Favorite Diva Attires: Mickie James


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I was so excited when I read this tweet because one of my pet peeves is when wrestlers wear the same colors as their opponents. In any circumstance, whether it’s former/current tag team partners facing each other or the worst enemies, it’s really annoying because I want to distinguish between the two wrestlers. If they’re wearing the same colors, other than the design, what does that tell me about them character-wise? That they’re the same: they believe in the same ideas and they share similar taste.
But if they’re enemies, why are they sharing qualities? Shouldn’t they just hate each other? These are questions that plague me every time I see it happening.
But back to the tweet, I think it’s really cool that someone like Mia Yim, a relative newcomer to the famous side of the business, asked Tara about color choice for her gear. She didn’t have to - she could’ve been dismissive and wore whatever she wanted - but the fact that she took time out to pay respect to a veteran like Tara and even thought about something as simple as color choice for one match is commendable. My hope is that this is a regular pattern for wrestlers, because if it isn’t, it should be.

I was so excited when I read this tweet because one of my pet peeves is when wrestlers wear the same colors as their opponents. In any circumstance, whether it’s former/current tag team partners facing each other or the worst enemies, it’s really annoying because I want to distinguish between the two wrestlers. If they’re wearing the same colors, other than the design, what does that tell me about them character-wise? That they’re the same: they believe in the same ideas and they share similar taste.

But if they’re enemies, why are they sharing qualities? Shouldn’t they just hate each other? These are questions that plague me every time I see it happening.

But back to the tweet, I think it’s really cool that someone like Mia Yim, a relative newcomer to the famous side of the business, asked Tara about color choice for her gear. She didn’t have to - she could’ve been dismissive and wore whatever she wanted - but the fact that she took time out to pay respect to a veteran like Tara and even thought about something as simple as color choice for one match is commendable. My hope is that this is a regular pattern for wrestlers, because if it isn’t, it should be.


#tara #mia yim #tna knockouts #indy wrestlers

10 Part Diva and Knockout Meme 
3/3 Attires/Outfits 
 Madison Rayne + Tiaras 


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anonymous asked: 9 favourite madison rayne attires


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ATTIRE SPOTLIGHT: MADISON RAYNE IN CAMO
A lot of people were taken aback by the Killer Queen’s change of pattern in terms of her ring attire - but what some don’t know is that Madison’s husband, Jesse Cabot, is in the US Air Force. So what better way to represent him and his work than by sporting camouflage gear? The second photo features the insignia, which is for the Airman First Class rank (although it’s been said Cabot is Senior Airman, which would have three pairs of wings instead of two).

I really respect her gear for purely this reason; I think it’s a great way to show support to not only her husband but the American troops, and it goes beyond the tattoo or bit of tape wrapped around the ring finger. I hope she’ll wear it more often than her other gear, honestly, as it suits her more than the other textures she uses.


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