Mickie James is ready to put on a show


Mickie James is ready to put on a show

After being released by WWE last year, Mickie James has returned to IMPACT Wrestling, where she is the current Knockouts Champion and will nevertheless participate in the women's Royal Rumble match at the end of the month to WWE.

Recently on Busted Open Radio, Mickie James revealed that she intends to step into the ring with the Knockouts title of IMPACT Wrestling.

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“I think that's an important thing. I feel a lot that Pat McAfee mentioned me on TV and called me IMPACT Knockouts Champion, all of that was amazing.

For the ppv I, therefore, intend to enter with the title, I feel as if I represent the company I work for and for which I am now a champion." Mickie James talked about her past as she prepares to make her comeback: "It's an amazing thing that I can be at the Royal Rumble.

WWE has never done such a thing with anyone. I talked to John Laurinaitis, yes. I apologized to me on behalf of the company for the dismissal and they made me this offer. They were very kind. Professionally I think it is right to keep the door open for future opportunities.

It is good for everyone. I have done an amazing job at WWE and I love it, the idea of ​​returning." On her participation in the Royal Rumble, Dutch Mantell commented critically: “I think WWE was in desperate need to add big names to this year's Royal Rumble.

Mickie James is under contract with IMPACT Wrestling now, so she has no obligations to WWE. She is just a superstar who grabs the attention of the public. At the same time, I think it's paradoxical that Vince's company brought back a star who was released a year ago.

Who knows what would have happened if she had stayed. It's not always easy to understand WWE's choices. A lot of the things they do are nonsense." Mickie James stated that WWE's head of talent relations John Laurinaitis reached out to IMPACT's Scott D'Amore to discuss her Rumble appearance.

"Johnny reached out to Scott (...) just talk to him, (...) professionally, because it is companies,'' said James "This has never really been done before) (...) IMPACT worked together with WWE in the past (...) for when [Ric] Flair went in the Hall of Fame and Christian Cage (...) so it wasn't unforeseen that it could possibly happen.

(...) Scott first reached out to me to see what my interest was (...) we were all able to make this happen somehow'"

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