Jordynne Grace made history by becoming the first ever Queen of the Mountain at the Impact Slammiversary pay-per-view event, which took place on June 19th at The Asylum in Nashville, Tennessee.

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The Queen of the Mountain Ladder Match also featured Tasha Steelz, Mia Yim, Deonna Purrazzo, and Chelsea Green. Jordynne Grace won the match after she put the strap back in its place.

The Impact Knockouts Champion took to Twitter on Sunday to reveal her retirement plans. The Impact star said she intends to open up an animal rescue shelter in the wake of her retirement.

When I retire I’m gonna open up an animal rescue and fundraise with wrestling events – save this tweet 💞

Fans are approving her idea, and some have even suggested names for the organization. Check out the tweet in which Jordynne Grace talks about her retirement plan down below.

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Manik Aftab

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