While WWE backed down from the idea of intergender wrestling, Impact Wrestling has embraced the concept and the company has put on some great intergender matches in recent times.
What we haven’t seen in a while is titles being defended in such kind of matches but latest comments from a current Impact Champion suggests that this situation might change in near future.
The current Impact Knockouts champion Taya Valkyrie was asked about possibly defending her title against men in a recent interview with WrestlingInc, and she said that she has zero problems doing it:
“Absolutely, I have zero problems doing it, if you look back at the history of the Triple A women’s title; it has also been put on the line against men in the past. So I don’t understand why the Knockouts Title couldn’t be doing that too.”
Continuing on the topic, Taya said that everyone knows that she has faced many men in the ring before in Lucha Underground and she has absolutely no problem doing it in Impact.
Apart from this, Taya Valkyrie also talked about her husband Johnny Impact’s recent title loss against Brian Cage, being prepared to face any knockout from the division and more.
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