Look out, Brie Bella, you are a small fish being hunted by a shark now. Kharma made her much-anticipated debut last night at Extreme Rules.
Since the vignettes began playing a few weeks back, fans have been waiting to see what the former TNA Knockouts champion would bring to the table.
She is arguably the hottest commodity in the world of women's wrestling right now. After dominating TNA, the intimidating Kong left to pursue greater things.
WWE was smart in signing her because their current Divas Division is a joke, at best. Michelle McCool is said to be taking a break, which is a loss because she was one of the best hands the women of WWE had to work with.
Kharma is now officially in WWE, and after seeing her destroy McCool after the match, I expect to see her systematically take out every Diva on the roster.
The match I am looking forward to would be Beth Phoenix against Kharma. The strongest women against the biggest women is sure to attract some attention. The prospect of seeing another woman be able to body slam Kharma is enough for me to tune in.
With WWE's track record of pushing attractive skinny women to the forefront it will be interesting to see how management handles Kharma. I think she is too powerful faces too much pressure to fail. She proved in TNA she could put on high-quality matches, so I think WWE will not drop the ball.
Time will tell if WWE will reignite the feud between Kharma and Gail Kim from TNA, but with the way Kim has been used sparingly, I doubt it.
Last night on Raw, Kharma came out and took out Maryse while leaving Kelly Kelly alone, so it could be that she is only going after heels—we will have to just wait and watch.