Taryn Terrell Says WWE’s Women’s Division Was Inspired By The TNA Knockouts

Jan 31, 2021 - by Steve Gerweck

During the Knockouts roundtable discussion on Impact Plus (via Fightful), Taryn Terrell said that when she was in WWE, the women on the roster would watch the TNA Knockouts division and were inspired by it.

She said: “You know what’s funny about that, I was at WWE when a lot of that was going on, and there was such waves with the girls at WWE watching what was happening with you guys. They were paying attention and saying like, oh, you know, like, they’re doing this and they’re doing that. So everybody was trying, in my opinion, they were being inspired by you guys.”

3 Responses

  1. Bulldawg says:

    Any true wrestling fan knows that TNA started the Women’s Evolution when it comes to primetime major companies. WWE is always good at stealing ideas because they’re at a higher platform, so they can get credit for things.

  2. Hans Maulwurf says:

    Because Nuthouse Wrestling were the first ones with good Women’s Wrestling… -laughs in japanese-

  3. Gau says:

    The McMahons never cared about women’s wrestling. They had to treat their women’s division seriously as a PR stunt & to get the former Z-list celebrity Ronda Rousey to agree to join their joke of a division.

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