Dani Luna & Jody Threat reflect on capturing Knockouts World Tag Titles at TNA Sacrifice

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The champions chat their title win. 

There were two title changes at TNA’s Sacrifice special and one of those saw the duo of Dani Luna and Jody Threat best M.K. Ultra (Masha Slamovich & Killer Kelly) to become Knockouts World Tag Team Champions. 

They’ve dubbed themselves ‘Spitfire’ and as they were doing an interview with PWMania, they reflected on becoming champions. 

Threat: It was wild. Obviously, very shocking. I knew we had it in us the whole time. But, it definitely was — being a newer tag team, who would’ve thought that they would’ve been able to snag something so covenant in such a short period of time? Really, that was like our first official match as a tag team because really, we were just friends before.

Luna: That was our first time as ‘Spitfire’.

Threat: Yeah, it really was. Debuted music, debuted gear. Maybe that was it. We had the secret combination.

Luna: It felt like such a genuine surprise from everybody in the room and I don’t think that’s something you get very often nowadays in wrestling so it was really cool for us to kind of be in that moment and feel it and just soak it all in. It was awesome. Yeah. We had the best time… And where were we? Was that in Louisiana?

Threat: No, that was Windsor. It was Windsor. In front of my people, the Canadian. On my birthday, on International Women’s Day. It was a big day.

Both Threat and Luna competed in the 8-4-1 match for a shot at the Knockouts Title on the 3/28 TNA iMPACT. 

Luna is also the reigning RevPro Undisputed British Women’s Champion and she successfully defended her title on 3/31 in a Dog Collar match

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

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