Former Knockouts tag team champion Kiera Hogan has announced that she is leaving Impact Wrestling. The 26-year-old took to her OnlyFans account to announce the news.

ďWhatís up babies! Iím in Nashville for tapings and you guys will be the first to know that this is my last IMPACT tapings and Iím going to see what else is out there for me Iím so excited and scared but I know whatever I choose to do Iím gonna be the best and thatís on periodt,Ē she wrote.

Hogan formed a team with Tasha Steelz known as Fire N Flava last year. In January, Hogan and Steelz won an 8-team single-elimination tournament to win the Knockouts tag team championships. The titles were brought out of retirement for the first time since 2013.

Hogan and Steelz lost the titles to Jordynne Grace and Rachael Ellering at Rebellion in April. They regained the belts at Under Siege the following month, however. Recently at Slammiversary, Havok & Rosemary defeated Fire N Flava to become the new Knockouts tag team champions.

Hogan made her pro-debut in 2015 on independents near Atlanta. She was trained by Curtis ďMr.Ē Hughes. She signed with Impact in the summer of 2017.