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.
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.
Make Way For The New Villains: The first thing she did was take out former top Diva Michelle McCool. The amount of time it took for her to get so over with the crowd that they pretty much explode whenever her music hits? One night.
By Smackdown, male fans were chanting "ONE MORE TIME" after killing Alicia dead.
While Beth wrestled Layla at Over The Limit, the fans were chanting "we want Kharma" (to which heel Beth responded "shut up!")
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.
No Sell: Justified by her gimmick and how much it takes an opponent to knock her down.
Short-Lived Big Impact: She only had a month of TV appearances in 2011 following her debut in WWE, no actual matches, simply laying waste to Heel divas, before she announced her pregnancy, and a Royal Rumble appearance in 2012. She was then released a few months later.
Signature Move: The Accordion Rack, a particularly sick version of the bow and arrow stretch but elevated on her back. She does not do it quite as often as other signature moves, but you only need to see it once. Also the spinning back fists from Aja Kong.
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 she 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.