Kharma Talks About Her Time In WWE, If She'll Ever Return

Kia Stevens, also known as Awesome Kong/Amazing Kong & formerly known as WWE Superstar, Kharma, joined Nani & Coach Kev for PANDEMONIUM on Wednesday night. Here is what the former Diva had to say.

Upon her introduction on the show as Kharma:

“Formerly known as Kharma… [laughs] don’t want anyone at the office giving you a call. [laughs]”

If she had still been signed to WWE, would she have accepted a role on Total Divas:

“Oh yeah. I totally would have. However, I think- like you [the host, Nani] said- I’m very honest. Sometimes, I’m honest at a fault where I have to act good & edit myself. & I usually don’t because I just find that you feel better when you just live in the moment & be true to yourself. & I don’t know if they could handle me because I’m like the… for real. What’s the name… Teresa Giudice flipping tables? She ain’t got nothing on what goes on in my everyday life ’cause, you know, I go from 0 to 60 in a second if it’s warranted. If it’s warranted & it’s on… where you put on that green light where you cross the line, I’m going to put you in the place. I will turn out the whole building. People usually read about, you know, like, you guys have read a few things that I did in my past, that I’m not proud of. [laughs] But it was warranted. We all know that some people had things coming. It’s bad. [laughs] I like reality but I think, lately, reality has been not so real & I’m real & I wouldn’t do things… it would have to be for real. Real issues ’cause there’s things in issues that people need to talk about. They [viewers] would relate to them.”

On whether she regrets not being a WWE Diva’s Champion while she was with the WWE:

“I don’t know if ‘regret’ is the right word. I’m such a grateful person… & I think if I wasn’t such a grateful person, I would still be there. I was so grateful just to had just been there that that may have been part of the problem. I was just grateful to go through Gorilla for my very first debut & that was fine for me. That was all I asked for. I turned to my fiance & said [mocking herself], ‘All I want to do is walk down the ramp. All I want to do is walk down the Gorilla at WWE, my life is complete.’ & that’s kind of all I did [laughs]. So be careful what you ask for because you might just get it. I don’t know. ‘Regret’ is a strong word but I’m pretty confident that, had I had a longer run, I would have had that belt across my shoulder. I’m extremely confident that would’ve happened.”

On the WWE Divas’ Championship Belt

“The butterfly belt? I’ve never told anyone this but I actually already have a belt drafted up of what my belt would look like if I were ever WWE [Divas] Champion. It’s badass. I do not care for the butterfly title & it would not go with my persona & I would insist that I have my own damn belt. I would totally push the design that I have it in my head & the vision that I have in my head because I think it would sell like hotcakes in stores. What did you say to do with it? Break it over my knee? I’m throwing it in a fire. [laughs] I’m melting it down. I would seriously melt it down & use the parts for my new belt.”

On if she has plans on making a return to WWE:

“I think the window on that possibility is getting shorter & shorter as the months & years go by. I do have an injury that I’ve been working again… two bulging discs. I am due to get surgery real soon & shave some of that herniation off. We’ll see after that. After that, then it’s very very possible because I’ve been very transparent that WWE said, ‘Get healthy… come back… doors open’. “

On her in-character threat to The Bella Twins during her last appearance on RAW:

“It’s awesome that everyone remembers that [how she threatened the Bellas during her last speech on RAW]. It’s always brought up to me. I would love to go back & give them their come-up-in [laughs], even though they’re face right now. But it’s not up to me, it’s actually up to you & your viewers & listeners & what you guys do. People keep asking me when am I coming back. I don’t have an answer for you. I’d be there tomorrow if I could. There are certain things, like my injury I need to take care of that. There were other things, emotional issues that needed to be dealt with. I needed some time off. I needed to be released & to address some personal issues. While one of the personal issues have been addressed, there’s still the lingering physical issue & that’s the only loose end to tie up.”

On the best advice that her wrestling trainers had given her:

“When you don’t know what to do, punch them in the face.”

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