"Kong comes in peace! Kong do NOT want to hurt anyone! If you stay out of Kong's way, then you will be safe. However, if you choose not to, then Kong will CRIPPLE you! Kong will DESTROY you! Kong will break EVERY BONE IN YOUR BODY! Kong will become COMPLETE MONSTER!"
Arch-Enemy: Gail Kim in TNA, their feud eventually becoming the focal point of the company's "knockout" division. Taylor Wilde after Gail Kim departed for the WWE.
Ax-Crazy Her defining trait in TNA, though it later turned out Raisha Saeed was crazier(though less dangerous without Kong around)
Awesome, but Impractical: She did an intricate series of twirls with a kendo stick in an attempt to intimidate a steel chair wielding Roxxi Laveau only to be laughed at then kicked and battered. Kong would get her revenge though once she managed to get her own chair.
Badass: Did double duty defending both the NWA Women's championship and AWA women's championship.
Badass Cape: Usually limited to her entrance attire though.
Pregnant Badass: Despite having a high-risk pregnancy, she can still intimidate a bitch. Unfortunately, the pregnancy didn't end well.
Beauty Is Never Tarnished: Before she went to Japan and became the fearsome Amazing Kong, the producers on Discovery Health Body Challenge had a fit when American Dragon busted Vixen's lips and nose but she cleaned herself up, said it was not ballet and went back at it with him
Berserk Button: When Bubba the Love Sponge made a rude comment about the 2010 Haiti Earthquake, the normally mild-mannered backstage Kong went off the deep-end and beat the living hell out of Bubba.
Braids of Action: Meant to be harder to grab, though The Beautiful People still used them to their advantage, tying her hair to the chain links of a steel cage.
Brawn Hilda: By Amazing Kong's descriptions of herself she would fit, such as her (false)claims to have an Adam's apple. To her displeasure, men are undeterred. Dragon's Gate ran angle about her having to deal with a persistent stalker, culminating in fighting off him and a friend he called for a handicap match.
Dragon-in-Chief: While working with Raisha Saeed. Awesome Kong was already excessively violent but Raisha coaxed her to be more vindictive. Gail's sister would have never became involved in their feud if it wasn't for Saeed for example and the Kongtourage was Raisha's idea.
Evil Laugh: Kharma's defining trait in WWE, it even accompanied to first few notes of her entrance music.
Evil Versus Evil: With the Beautiful People, who were convinced Awesome Kong needed a makeover.
Facial Markings: Black spots under her eyes when she teamed with Sara Del Rey
Finishing Move: A modified King Kong Buster, not officially named on WWE television but known in TNA as the Implant Buster. Also the Awesome/Amazing Bomb, a sit-out powerbomb (similar to the one used by Mike Awesome). Though if WWE '12 and WWE '13 are to be believed, they fully intended to keep the implant buster's name during her run with the company.
Fun with Acronyms: Her team with Allison Danger and Panther Claw (Rhaka Khan) in ZERO-ONE USA: Real Evil Makers.
Foreign Wrestling Heel: As the "American Kong", against the Japanese Aja Kong. Also a way in Shimmer, since she was billed from Tokyo, Japan.
Hero Killer: Was being built up as one until her pregnancy got in the way.
Hidden Depths: Amazing Kong's wrestling style mostly involves hitting and throwing people but she is a well versed mat technician too. She can't duplicate MsChif or Daizee Haze's stunts but is surprising flexible for her bulk. She also has a decent grasp on Spanish and Japanese.
Hoist by His Own Petard: The reason she lost to Gail Kim in many of their TNA matches, as she would repeatedly sabotage herself and then blame the referees for it. In one instance, she power bombed the "offending" ref for not giving her the count she wanted and then was about to do the same to the replacement, which allowed Gail to roll her up while she was preforming the lift and get extra leverage from the poor man.
When she made her WWE debut, seemed to be focusing on the Heel Divas. In other words, Kharma's biting them in the assHARD. WWE has been criticized in the past for giving some of its talent roster names that are goofy, strange, or just plain bad, with the notorious "Braden Walker" being considered a lowlight. Many people were pleasantly surprised when word got out that WWE had trademarked the name "Kharma," which was generally agreed to be pretty damn cool.
Not to mention the fact that her logo◊ was stylized with the first and last letters a noticeably lighter shade of purple, emphasizing the harm of KHARMA.
No-Nonsense Nemesis: Nearly always, excepting her masked and Margaret gimmicks. However, there was a slammin ladies custom match where Amazing Kong was pitted against Divina Fly without a time limit, causing her to ecstatically ask if that meant she could beat on Divina forever.
One Steve Limit: Even though they probably should have done it before she debuted as Amazing Kong, TNA changing her name to something else made sense, since they already had an Amazing Red running around. What they chose, Awesome Kong, was already the name of a male wrestler known for runs in Texas and WCW however. That would not have been so noticeable if TNA did not mine WCW for material and thus draw attention to this.
Signature Move: The Accordion Rack, a particularly sick version of the bow and arrow stretch but elevated on her back. Despite not being a go to finishing move, it often does get submissions even from the resilient MsChif. Also the spinning back fists from Aja Kong, though not quite as deadly as hers they have drawn blood.
Awesome Kong arrived out of nowhere and squashed TNA knockout champion Gail Kim, no selling all of her offense and terrifying all the other knockouts who had either lost to or had to cheat to beat Gail.
In WWE the main feud saw the "Divas Of Doom" Beth Phoenix and Natalya against the rest of the roster for allegedly being effeminate Barbie Dolls, diva's champion Kelly Kelly in particular. The secondary feud saw former champions Laycool at each other's throats. At the end of the secondary feud Kharma arrived, sent Michelle McCool off with authority, and displaced Beth and Natalya as Kelly's biggest concern.
WSU's "Boy Diva" Ric Cataldo and Roxxie Cotton had gotten together backstage and announced their intentions to avenge their losses suffered at the hands of Amy Lee, then came out into the ring to prove how formidable they could be against a "mystery" opponent. Cue Awesome Kong squashing them both and becoming Amy Lee's next challenge.
Suddenly Voiced: After disappearing in 2012, Jazz talked Amazing Kong into returning to wrestling at Shine 5, a return preceded by Kong cutting a promo. A 28 second promo, but consider the amount of words Kong had spoken on set prior could likely be counted on one hand, no pun intended. Kong still doesn't talk a whole lot but hasn't stopped speaking either.
The Rival: Seems to have picked up Ayako Hamada from Aja Kong, she rotates between friend and foe but any bitterness seems to have washed away.
Tweener: By her second appearance in WWE she was getting louder pops than the rest of the Diva's locker room combined, and she hadn't even been in an actual match yet! She antagonized everyone too, but the villains got it the worst.
Unexpected Character: An Ensemble Darkhorse to the degree that she showed up as DLC in WWE '12 despite the fact that she still hadn't wrestled a televised match. Oh, and around comes WWE '13 and she back again, around one of the first confirmed despite still not having a televised match! Hell, she wasn't even with WWE anymore.
Villainous Breakdown: When Kharma interrupted an 8-Diva tag match, instead of beating everyone up like she usually would, she fell to her knees in the middle of the ring and began crying as the divas surrounded her. The next week we found out why.
Wardrobe Malfunction: When she was being eliminated from the Bound For Glory gauntlet battle royal, her outfit got caught in the ropes and completely flipped up. And fans got a view of raw Kong in prime condition.
Worthy Opponent: Amazing Kong eventually came to consider MsChif and Amy Lee as this, in spite of not liking their tactics, due to their determination.
You Have Failed Me: Awesome Kong put up with a lot Raisha's Saeed's antics but after she accidentally cost her a chance to regain the knockouts title she lost to Angelina Love, she awesome bombed Saeed off the impact stage.