Since Gail Kim was crowned the first Knockout Champion in October 2007, three different women have held the gold.
Awesome Kong became the first two-time champion, beating both Kim and Taylor Wilde for the belt. She currently holds the gold strap.
With Kim gone to WWE (where she has yet to debut), the Knockouts Division has been left in an awkward place, and things haven't seemed the same.
But despite what many critics say, there are plenty of women on the TNA roster capable of holding the belt. Following is a look at 15 knockouts on the roster, their chances of holding championship gold and what it will take for them to reach the top of the division. Excluded are Karen Angle and Lauren Brooke.