Mickie James Talks Leaving TNA, Piggy James Angle, Jeff Jarrett's New Project, Magnus As Champ, More

Gerweck.net has an interview with former WWE Diva and TNA Knockout Mickie James, who discussed her wrestling career, what the future holds for her, her thoughts on Magnus winning the TNA championship and more. Here are some highlights from the interview, you can check out the full interview by clicking here. You can also check out Mickie in Maryland this Saturday for an MCW event, you can get more information on MCW's Facebook page.

Leaving TNA in September:

"My contract ran up and I kinda knew that was going to be my last day, and I was hoping it wasn't. It was a bit sad because I wouldn't walk around announcing or telling my friends there that this was my final day because, of course, word would spread like wildfire. I couldn't tell my friends it was going to be my last day or say goodbye. That was the only bitter sweet part. I felt like we were just scratching the surface with that character.. build some real emotion behind it all the way to Bound for Glory, or at least that's what I was hoping for."

ODB:

"Just one of the coolest people you'll ever to meet, and I love her to pieces."

Her future:

"I just love wrestling too much to just let it go .. I don't feel I am done with wrestling."

Doing the Piggy James storyline:

"It was difficult, it was difficult for all three of us sometimes. I tried to allow, in some of the those incidents, to create real emotion."

Becoming a trainer after her in ring career wraps up:

"I would be honored to do something like that."

Magnus as champion:

"The fans are eating it up and they absolutely hate him."

Jeff Jarrett and Toby Keith starting a new promotion:

"Jeff is so smart, and innovative, and has drive. Toby is a massive wrestling fan. It could be something potentially that's pretty awesome."

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