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  • Kia Stevens
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  • Kia Michelle Stevens (September 4, 1977), better known by her ring names Amazing Kong and Awesome Kong. She is best known for her work in Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA) and has also worked for WWE, Shimmer Women Athletes, National Wrestling Alliance (NWA), Lucha Libre USA, and various independent promotions in the United States and Japan.
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  • silver
Birth Date
  • 1977-09-04
Name
  • Kia Stevens
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  • Parts Unknown
Weight
  • 272.0
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  • #FFE93E
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Height
  • 2.200000
  • 180.34
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  • Margaret
  • Awesome Kong
  • Amazing Kong
  • Kharma
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  • 20
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  • General
  • Merchandise
  • Magazine covers
  • Image gallery
  • Event history
Debut
  • 2002-10-20
Trainer
  • Inoki L.S. Dojo
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  • Kia Michelle Stevens (September 4, 1977), better known by her ring names Amazing Kong and Awesome Kong. She is best known for her work in Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA) and has also worked for WWE, Shimmer Women Athletes, National Wrestling Alliance (NWA), Lucha Libre USA, and various independent promotions in the United States and Japan. She is a former two-time TNA Knockout's champion, a former WWWA World Women's champion in All Japan Women's Pro-Wrestling, a former NWA World Women's champion and a former AWA Superstars of Wrestling World Women's champion. Her success is not limited to singles wrestling, as she frequently teamed with Aja Kong to form the tag team Double Kong who held tag team championships in four different promotions, along with winning the TNA Knockout Tag Team Championship with Hamada. She was also ranked first in the inaugural list of Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Top 50 Females. She began her professional wrestling career in 2002 after appearing on a reality television show. She primarily wrestled in Japan for the first five years of her career, holding numerous championships there. In 2006 she began wrestling in her native United States again, appearing on the independent circuit before appearing on national television with TNA Wrestling where she was a driving force in the foundation of their Knockout division.
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