WWE/NXT/TNA DIVA/KNOCKOUT OF THE WEEK-VELVET SKY
aka Miss Talia, Talia, Talia Doll, Talia Madison
She was born on June 2, 1981 in New Britain, Connecticut
She was trained by Jason Knight and Kevin Landry
She made her debut in 2003
Beauty Mark (Double-knee backbreaker)
Beauty-T (Snap DDT)
In Yo’ Face (Double underhook sitout facebuster)
Skyliner (Straitjacket sitout rear mat slam)
Why she is the WWE/NXT/TNA Diva/Knockout of the Month:
Well, I’m sure everyone can tell from the title of this post that I will now be featuring WWE/NXT Divas and TNA Knockouts. To get this system rolling I figured I would make an Impact (pun intended) by featuring as my first TNA Knockout of the Week a woman who is, in my opinion and it is not a humble one, the hottest TNA Knockout of all time: Velvet Sky. I’ve had a love-hate relationship with TNA as a wrestling show for a long time. On the ‘love’ side I was fortunate enough to attend one of their house shows and the wrestlers were awesome by signing autographs and posing for pictures and were all-around nice and appreciative of the fans. I had a great time and walked away with a lot of signatures including Winter, Christopher Daniels, Frankie Kazarian, Mr. Anderson and Jeff Hardy to name a few. My hatred for TNA stems from frustration watching otherwise excellent wrestlers stuck in abysmal storylines and never truly getting a chance to shine.
Anyway, I digress. The one constant that has kept me watching TNA for all of these years has been the lady herself, Velvet Sky. This may sound sexist but I’m going to say it anyway: Velvet Sky is hotter than Georgia asphalt and more smokin’ than a minigun. I love everything about this woman: her hair, her body, her ring entrance; everything. She more than holds her own against her opponents and is a 2-time TNA Knockouts Champion and a TNA Knockouts Tag Team Champion alongside Lacey Von Erich and Madison Rayne. So, that being said let’s break it down:
She’s hotter than Georgia asphalt.
She’s more smokin’ than a minigun.
She has a great body, great hair, great ring entrance.
She’s been the TNA Knockouts Champion twice and the TNA Knockouts Tag Team Champion.
That, ladies and gentlemen, is why Velvet Sky is the inaugural TNA Knockout of the Week.