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Update on Gail Kim

from Gabe: Introduces Live Shoot Interview Series With Gail Kim As First Guest

TAMPA- has quickly risen to the forefront of the live iPPV industry with its DGUSA and EVOLVE live events. Now will introduce The Hot Zone, which is a live, interactive shoot interview on iPPV. The first edition of The Hot Zone will feature former WWE Diva and TNA Knockout Gail Kim. This live iPPV event will take place on October 12th at 8pm EST exclusively at

This is the first ever live shoot interview on iPPV. This means there is no re-editing of controversial or regretful comments. Once something is said, it’s out there. This will give the shoot interview a very unpredictable atmosphere. Anything can be said and then it can’t be taken back.

The format will feature the outspoken Kim answering questions about her entire career like a standard shoot interview. However, the viewer can ask immediate follow up questions via the chat room and our Twitter (@DragonGateUSA). After Gail discusses all the ups and downs of her time in WWE and TNA, she will take your questions via the chat room and Twitter. This is completely interactive!

Gail Kim is no stranger to controversy as she ended her WWE run by eliminating herself from a battle royal on live TV before walking right out of the company. What led to this? What does she think of WWE? How does it compare to TNA? She’ll answer these questions and much more on October 12th in The Hot Zone. There is no telling what she’ll say during this live iPPV about her entire career.

You can pre-order this event starting next week at You can also make money by promoting The Hot Zone with Gail Kim through our Affiliate Program. Go here for details:

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