Wrestling fans have long adored the fiery youngster Kiera Hogan. When she made her debut in April of 2015, this petite trailblazer quickly became a household name in the wrestling world. With teams like Booty Call and Fire N Flava, Kiera Hogan has been a trailblazer for female wrestlers of color and all women in the wrestling industry.
Kiera made her professional wrestling debut at Atlanta Wrestling Entertainment, in her home state of Georgia. Despite a slew of defeats in her first two seasons, she was determined to make a name for herself and demonstrate her commitment to the sport. Hogan’s fortunes took a turn for the better at the beginning of the third year when she was finally able to secure some victories. Her involvement with IMPACT Wrestling began around this time.
Her tenure in Shimmer, SHINE, and Queens of Combat should be noted before discussing her involvement with IMPACT. Wrestling against the likes of Shotzi Blackheart, Aja Perera, Savannah Evans, Renee Michelle, and Big Swole helped her solidify her place in the sport. The contract with IMPACT Wrestling was signed in August of 2017 once Kiera had put in enough work. She won two Knockouts Championships and was ranked in the PWI Top 100 Females for 2018 and 2019 during her tenure there. She also held the Women of Wrestling Tag Team Championship, the Women Superstars Uncensored Spirit Championship, and the WWA 4 Intergender Championship.
Aside from the Indy scene, Kiera is also currently active in AEW. She also recently competed against the current IMPACT Digital Media Champion for a shot at the IMPACT Digital Media Championship at the inaugural Terminus show. Kiera is a role model for young black women, who is still making her mark in the world of professional wrestling. Time will only tell what else she will do.