Kiera Hogan

Kiera Hogan (born September 16, 1994) is an American professional wrestler currently wrestling for Impact Wrestling[2][3] and Women of Wrestling. Hogan has also worked in Women Superstars Uncensored, where she is a former Spirit Champion.

Kiera Hogan
Kiera Hogan AWE 2017 crop.jpg
Hogan in 2017
Born (1994-09-16) September 16, 1994 (age 25)[1]
Decatur, Georgia, United States[1]
Professional wrestling career
Ring name(s)Fire
Kiera Hogan
Billed height4 ft 11 in (150 cm)[1]
Billed weight114 lb (52 kg)[1]
Billed fromAtlanta, Georgia[2]
Trained byMr. Hughes
DebutApril 2, 2015

Professional wrestling careerEdit

Early careerEdit

Hogan began her career wrestling throughout Atlanta in 2015.[4] She defeated Owen Knight to win the WWA4 Intergender Championship on April 16, 2015. She became a regular throughout the Georgia independent wrestling scene, competing for promotions such as Atlanta Wrestling Entertainment and the All-Star Wrestling Network. In November 2015, she began working for the Organization Of Modern Extreme Grappling Arts (OMEGA) in North Carolina.[5] In 2016, Hogan began working throughout the United States, competing for promotions such as Booker T's Reality of Wrestling in Houston and Shine Wrestling in Florida.[6] On February 11, 2017, she captured the WSU Spirit Championship at the WSU 10th Anniversary Show in Vorhees, New Jersey.[7] On June 16, 2018, Hogan lost the WSU Spirit title against Jordynne Grace.

Impact Wrestling (2017–present)Edit

Hogan in the ring in 2018

On August 17, 2017, it was reported that Impact Wrestling (then known as Global Force Wrestling) had signed Hogan to a contract.[8][unreliable source?] On the February 1, 2018, episode of Impact!, Hogan made her Impact Wrestling debut, defeating Impact Knockouts Champion Laurel Van Ness in a non-title match.[5] She received a championship match on the following episode of Impact! where she fought in a losing effort.[9] Hogan had her first pay-per-view match on Redemption, when she unsuccessfully challenged Taya Valkyrie.[10] Hogan received a rematch against Valkyrie on the May 3 episode of Impact!, when she won by disqualification after being attacked by Tessa Blanchard during the match.[11] Followed that incident, Hogan faced Blanchard on the May 17 episode of Impact!, when she lost. After the match, Blanchard attacked her until Madison Rayne made the save.[12] On the June 14 episode of Impact! Hogan unsuccessfully challenged Blanchard once again in a No Disqualification match.[13] On October 4 episode of Impact!, Hogan lost to Su Yung. After the match, Yung and Allie brawled. Hogan saved Allie from Yung, only to be put inside a coffin by Yung.[14] At Bound for Glory, Allie rescued Hogan from the Undead Realm.[15]

On the May 3, 2019 edition of Impact, Hogan faced Rosemary in a grudge match stemming from a confrontation weeks prior; she was defeated via disqualification when Su Yung's undead bridesmaids entered and attacked Rosemary.[16] Hogan began turning heel when she refused to help Rosemary against the bridesmaids, and she cemented herself as a villainess in a backstage interview on the following week, when she claimed that she wasn't getting anywhere trying to be friends with everyone, and accused Jordynne Grace of taking advantage of her.[17] On the May 17 edition of Impact, Hogan eliminated Grace and Scarlett Bordeaux in a Knockouts Battle Royal, only to be eliminated herself by Tessa Blanchard.[18] Following the battle royal, she began a feud with Jordynne Grace.

WOW - Women of Wrestling (2018-present)Edit

Hogan made her debut of Women of Wrestling (WOW) during their taping on October 2018, under the name Fire. On WOW's first episode to premier on AXS TV on January 18, 2019, Fire had her first match on WOW, where she unsuccessfully challenged Abilene Maverick.[19][20]Through the second season on AXS TV, Fire teamed with Adrenaline in the tag team tournament for the vacant WOW Tag Team Championship in which they won in the second season finale on AXS TV on May 16, which aired on tape delay on November 23.[21]

Personal lifeEdit

On July 20, Hogan announced that she is in a relationship with fellow wrestler (and former Impact roster-mate) Diamante.[22]

Championships and accomplishmentsEdit

Kiera Hogan as the RCW Women's Champion


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