On January 7th, 2008, Awesome Kong won her first TNA Women's Championship by defeating the original holder Gail Kim in a rematch from their Final Resolution NoDQ match.
These are the titles she has won in her short 5 year career:
1 time AJWPW Japan Grand Prix Champ in 2003
1 time AAAW Tag Team Champ, Hustle Super Tag Team Champion, LLPW Tag Team Championship with Japanese female wrestling legend Aja Kong
2 time NEO Ladies Pro Wrestling tag champ with Matsuo Haruka and Kyoko Kimura
In June of 2007, Kong participated in England's International Pro Wrestling: United Kingdom's (IPW:UK) production of Chickfight 9, 8 women tournament match that had her defeating all the women to pick up the win.
When wrestling these are her favorite wrestling holds:
Finisher: Sitout Powerbomb
When wrestling for the indy promotion SHIMMER Women Athletes and the Japanese promotion NEO Ladies Pro Wrestling, her entrance music is "Who Ride Wit Us?" by Kurupt.
She is a former 1 time WWWA World Heavyweight Champion and a 1 time WWWA World Tag Team Championship that she held with Japanese female wrestling star Aja Kong.
Kong defeated MsChif in May of 2007 to pick up the NWA World Women's championship and is still the reigning title holder.
She retired undeafeated in MMA while Japan.
With her living in Japan for 5 years, she is fluent in Japanese.
She does a version of retired wrestler Lex Luger's Torture Rack submission move and she calls her version the Accordion Rack.
During an interview in December of 2007, she stated that Chyna of WWF wrestling fame had a big impression on her as a female wrestler.
The Kong part of her name was given to her by the AJWPW (All Japan Women's Pro-Wrestling).
When she was a kid growing up, her favorite wrestler was The Undertaker and when she got older her favorites became The Rock and 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin.
Before training at the All Japan Pro Wrestling dojo, she was trained by fellow wrestler Jesse Hernandez at the School of Hard Knocks.
While wrestling in TNA she uses the name Awesome Kong, and when wrestling in other promotions as Amazing Kong.
Kia was trained by the Inoki L.S. Dojo in Japan.