James talks to the Miami Herald about possibly returning to WWE in the future.
I’d have to revisit that whole thing…Things have changed since then. I think, ‘I’m better than 90 percent of the talent on TV now. Why am I going to step to the side to just train the future?’ I’m not ready to do that, and I’m not trying to be arrogant and self-absorbed. I can see how it can come off that way, but it’s the truth.
James talks to Diva-Dirt about if she will return to TNA now that they are stationed in Orlando again.
You know, you never know. Honestly you never know in this business, doors are always left open. I have nothing but respect for Dixie Carter and I feel its sad I didn’t get the chance to finish the storyline and the development of the character because I had a decision of where it would go prior to my departure, but a step away from it was a blessing in disguise and I have been able to see the big picture of things.
James talks to Temple-News about being done with professional wrestling and her singing career.
It’s certainly not the last time you’ll see me on television in a wrestling ring. I’m far from done. When I retire, I want to retire the right way. That’s what we all hope for, right?
James talks to Big WrestleShark Show about TNA downsizing and her music.
Aside from it being awesome because I’m the champion? Yeah it has gone through a little bit, but the company as a whole is going through a bit of a change right now. It’s always very sad to see your friends and colleagues go, it’s kind of bitter sweet because you know you’re going to run into each other somewhere down the road.
James is a guest on The Art of Wrestling to discuss WWE, TNA and transitioning from wrestling to music.
Wrestling kind of helps open doors but going from one industry to another its kind of like, “Oh, I don’t know … she’s that one wrestling chick.” People kind of look down on wrestling because its not exactly sport and its not exactly acting.