Former TNA champion out with knee injury for up to one year

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Former TNA Knockouts Tag Team Champion KiLynn King is going to be out with a knee injury for up to one year.

On December 17, former TNA Knockouts Tag Team Champion KiLynn King suffered a knee injury while performing Florida independent promotion Mayhem on Mills at their “The GLOW” event in Sanford, Florida.
King defended her Mayhem on Mills Championship against Eli Knight, who was draped over the ropes. King came off the middle rope with an attempted kick and looked to have landed awkwardly.
The seven-minute match ended abruptly following the spot until King needed to be helped to the back.

On January 19, KiLynn King took to her Instagram to post a video announcing that she may be out of action for 9-12 months due to a knee injury. The post reads:

JJA Sport Studio would like to wish KiLynn King a safe and quick recovery.
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