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Mickie James Talks Feeling ‘Disrespected’ During Final WWE Run

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Former WWE Superstar Mickie James recently appeared on SiriusXM’s Busted Open Radio. The new producer for NWA Empowerrr discussed a number of topics during the show, including her final WWE run before being released in April.

‘I try to stay humble and I feel very respectful in a lot of situations,’ Mickie James began. ‘But I felt a lot of that. I don’t deserve, like, had I not put up with enough s–t at this point twenty some years in the business?”

“Granted I was in the company for fifteen years” James added. “But I think it’s because I’ve been wrestling on television for fifteen years.”

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“If you think about it, I didn’t win the championship once in my last four and a half years there, not once” James noted; talking further about the idea of ageism and disrespect towards ‘older’ female talent in the company from management.

“I was kind of in the title picture, but it never really had a pay off or anything like that” Mickie James concluded. “It was just kind of, I don’t know. I don’t know.’

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