Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Dec 4, 2012
Mickie James Speaks Out – : Botched First Chair Shot, WWE

Mickie James Speaks Out – : Botched First Chair Shot, WWE

Mickie James joined Washington Redskins defensive end Adam Carriker and former wrestling announcer, turned weight loss champion, Chuck Carroll on 4th & Pain (www.4thAndPain.com).

* Mickie and Chuck attended pro wrestling training school together in the late 90’s in northern Va.

* Mickie says she realized she had made it in professional wrestling when she captured the WWE Women’s Championship from Trish Stratus at WrestleMania 22.

* Chuck says her moment came seven years earlier when she hit him with the wrong side of a chair at a wrestling school.

* Mickie also talks about her transition from WWE into TNA and ultimately the music business.

* She credits Lita with helping her become a better wrestler and counts the Stratus among her dear friends.

* Her album is scheduled to be early next year and is already generating a buzz in country music circles.

4th & Pain airs each weekday at noon on www.4thAndPain.com. Goldberg is a regular guest on the show, making weekly NFL picks on Thursdays.


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5 Responses to “Mickie James Speaks Out – : Botched First Chair Shot, WWE”

  1. oh0K says:

    wasn't she n music BEFORE TNa…. Actually isnt her peruing music the reason WWe released her to begin with?

    • rawuncutnxrated says:

      She was in porn before she was in any of it.

      • Philly_Cheese says:

        I wish, but the girl many people reference to in an infamous porn video that looks a lot like her is only a look a like. You can tell by several birthmarks that are missing, a tattoo, and different eye color, and the voices.

  2. james3030 says:

    i have those pics!
    are they for real her?

    • Philly_Cheese says:

      No actually, in fact many porn stars make themselves look like several celebrities, there's actually a very large market for them. In most cases they don't attempt to pass them off as real, out of fear of a lawsuit.

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