Canadian women's wrestler Jaime Dauncey, better known as Sirelda, is looking to re-join TNA Wrestling. In fact, WWE Hall of Famer Superstar Billy Graham is trying to mentor her into becoming a female version of himself in hopes of getting her back in the organization. In October 2004, Dauncey took part in a "Gut Check Challenge," a talent recruitment event organized by TNA. She won the female event and was signed to a developmental contract a year later. Dauncey debuted at the 2006 Slammiversary pay-per-view and would engage in a feud with Gail Kim. Following a loss to Kim at the 2006 Hard Justice pay-per-view, Dauncey quietly left the promotion, although she made a surprise appearance two months later at Bound for Glory as an entrant in the "Kevin Nash Open Invitational X Division Gauntlet Battle Royal." She has not been seen since. Since her departure from the organization, TNA has used approximately 30 female talents, but they have yet to give her a call to come back. Her main backer at the time was the former head of head creative in TNA, Scott D'Amore, who she had ties with through his independent promotion, Border City Wrestling. Considering he no longer works there, this should explain why she has yet to resurface.

TNA's Lockdown pay-per-view at the Liacouras Center on the campus of Temple University in Philadelphia drew approximately 4,500 fans, with 3,500 paid. Based on preliminary indications, it doesn't appear to have done anywhere close to record levels in terms of pay-per-view buys. It looks to be above average, but not nearly as much above average as most internally were expecting.

For the record, last week's episode of iMPACT! featured 26 minutes and 2 seconds of wrestling, the most in a while.