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Kim Neilson
Ring name(s) Kim Neilson
Every Man's Desire
Desire
Billed height 5 ft 8 in
Billed weight 140 lbs
Born June 2, 1973
Falmouth, Michigan
Trained by Dusty Rhodes
Debut 2001

Kim Neilson (born June 2, 1973) is an American professional wrestler and valet best known for working in World Wrestling Entertainment and Total Nonstop Action Wrestling as Desire.

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Professional wrestling career

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Turnbuckle Championship Wrestling

After becoming sick of modeling, she decided that she wanted to follow in the foot steps of fellow models turned wrestlers Trish Stratus and Lisa Marie Varon. She began wrestling for Dusty Rhodes' Turnbuckle Championship Wrestling. She was trained there for a year and a half with former Daffney, with whom she feuded. She also made rare appearances with the company in 2003 after joining TNA.

World Wrestling Entertainment

After she caught the eye of World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), they signed her to a development contract in April 2002, and she began wrestling WWE house shows against Dawn Marie. She was sent to WWE development department Heartland Wrestling Association, but was released as a cost cutting measure in July 2002. During her short run in WWE she wrestled the likes of Dawn Marie and Lisa Moretti and teamed with Torrie Wilson.

Total Nonstop Action Wrestling

She debuted in Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA) on December 12, 2002 as Every Man's Desire, the valet of Sonny Siaki and a member of the Sports Entertainment Xtreme. She debuted on January 15, 2003, defeating April Hunter in a match. She then began a feud with Trinity, which resulted in Desire teaming with Siaki in a series of matches against Trinity and Kid Kash. In June 2004, she suffered an injury with severe damage to the L1 lower back area in a dark match, but returned to television by April. Upon her return, she resumed her feud with Trinity. On June 23, Desire was defeated by Trinity in a Stretcher match with help from the debuting Big Vito. As a result on July 7, Trinity and Big Vito teamed to defeat Desire and Siaki in a tag team match. Her last appearance with the company was on September 8, 2004 in a 3-on-3 match, where she teamed with Erik Watts and Siaki to defeat Abyss, Alex Shelley and Goldy Locks.

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