Nia Jax vs Awesome Kong (Kharma)
WWE fans have wanted more of “Kharma” ever since “Awesome Kong” made her WWE debut on May 1st 2011. She didn’t make many appearances, but in each of them crushing her opponents. Her only official match being a surprise entrant in the 2012 Royal Rumble, she then vanished from the WWE. Come 2014, the NXT audience saw vignettes for Nia Jax. Nia Jax has been the big woman in the division, throwing other women wrestlers around the ring. Could Kharma make a come back for this dream match?
2011 “Awesome Kong” walked out on TNA during the Bischoff/Hogan regime. After laughing “barbie destroying” vignettes in WWE, “Kharma” made her debut on May 1st 2011 at Extreme Rules, attacking Michelle McCool after her match. She continued to attack former WWE Divas Champions on both Raw and SmackDown in the following weeks, but took a leave of absence due to pregnancy.
2012 “Kharma” made her first official match debut by being a surprise entrant in the 2012 Royal Rumble. By July, she confirmed that she was released from her contract. A few months later she announced that she was on a mission to lose weight. (and she did!)
2015 “Zada” debuted in NXT and was shortly after repackaged as “Nia Jax”.
2018 Asuka and Rhonda Rousey being Nia Jax’s top competitors, up until 2018 Nia Jax did not have much competition to her size and ragdolling wrestling style.
Tale of the tape:
|NXT, WWE||Known In||WWE, TNA|
|WWE PE||Trained by||Noah Denker|
|Running Somersault Senton||Finisher||The Implant Buster|
|Not like most girls||Known For||Karma for barbies|
Who would win this rivalry?
Can it happen?
Yes! *Kharma lost weight since her WWE appearances. She has since wrestled on the indies. She’s also starred in Netflix’s GLOW as Tammé “The Welfare Queen” Dawson. She is however turning 41 in 2018, so time is running as WWE is known to keep wrestlers under 40. If it ever happens, it will be a great match-up!