Impact Wrestling has unveiled the newest member of its Knockouts division.
It was announced this morning that Tasha Steelz has signed with Impact Wrestling. After appearing for Impact in a battle royal last year, Steelz had her second match for the promotion on last night's Impact. She lost to Kylie Rae.
“I feel great signing with Impact,” Steelz said in an interview with Impact's website. “I have been working extremely hard for this moment and, in my mind, I’m saying, ‘It's about damn time!’ I’ve been watching Impact Wrestling for a long time, following everything Impact has been doing over the years and the amazing talent (on the roster). I feel I can bring a different flavor to the Knockouts division.
“The Knockouts division has amazing, talented women with different types of styles, backgrounds, and personalities.”
The NWA and ROH are among the promotions Steelz has wrestled for. She defeated Marti Belle and Ashley Vox in a triple threat match that aired on last night's NWA Super Power episode.
Steelz was supposed to be an entrant in ROH's Women's Championship tournament that was set to begin in April. The show the tournament was scheduled to begin on -- along with all ROH events through the end of June -- was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
“Tasha Steelz is a young, ambitious, dedicated, hard-working, competitive, athletic, outspoken tomboy from Newark, N.J., with a lot of swag,” Steelz described herself. “Tasha Steelz is not a gimmick, not a character, She is the Boricua Bad Ass, the Culture Queen, the Brightest Star in the Sky.
“Tasha Steelz is a fighter with a strong attitude and is very protective of the ones closest to me. I like to prove people who doubt me wrong, both in and out of the ring.”
Impact also announced this week that Su Yung and Crazzy Steve have signed multi-year deals with them.