Killer Kelly reflects on IMPACT/TNA Knockouts Tag Title reign, says being in MK Ultra is most fulfilled she’s felt in her career

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She feels M.K. Ultra has more to do. 

The reign of M.K. Ultra (Killer Kelly & Masha Slamovich) as IMPACT/TNA Knockouts World Tag Team Champions came to an end at the Hard To Kill pay-per-view. They were defeated by Rosemary and Havok.

The duo were in possession of the championships for more than 180 days and Kelly reflected on their reign while appearing on the Paltrocast With Darren Paltrowitz. She said holding those titles with Masha will always be memories that remain close to her heart.

182 days (as Knockouts World Tag Team Champions)… Yeah, it was really, really special and it was even better being an IMPACT World Title. It wasn’t just a random promotion, my first big U.S. title. It was IMPACT, so it’s a huge deal and I’ll hold it very, very dearly to my heart.

Further speaking about working with Slamovich, Kelly stated that it’s been the most fulfilling time of her career. 

I do love being in M.K. Ultra. This is the most fulfilling I’ve ever felt in my career and me and Masha (Slamovich), we’re such a good pair and the chemistry is so undeniable. We work so well as a team. You can see it in-ring, you can see it in videos that we make, the photos that we take. We are just a tag team through and through and we have another goal. We were the longest reigning IMPACT Tag Team Champions, 182 days so now our goal is to be the longest reigning TNA. So we need to recapture those titles and make history once again.

The first episode of TNA Wrestling on AXS is airing on 1/18 and the company has a television taping scheduled for Saturday in Kissimmee, Florida. 

If the quotes in this article are used, please credit Paltrocast With Darren Paltrowitz with an H/T to POST Wrestling for the transcriptions.

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