Mickie James turned down $60,000 on new contract

Discussion in 'TNA iMPACT! (2011-2015)' started by BrockLesnarFanForLife, Sep 30, 2013.

  1. Its been reported that Mickie James turned down $60,000 on new contract with TNA I read this from my facebook account. I think this is a slap in the face to Mickie as she must of earnt triple of that in WWE. Good on her turning down that offer she can make alot more on the indys and with her music career. Also she is charging 1,600 for each appearance on the indys
  2. I may regret this, but - music career?
  3. Yes she does have a music career havent you heard her album has come out
  4. Her music is fine. It's not bad, but it doesn't really stand out when compared to other country music.
  5. Its country!? That explains it
  6. Country music is great bitches.
  7. Such a Bieber mark.
  8. If I was a 12 year old girl maybe I would be too
  9. Bro stop forcing your Bieber love on us.
  10. Beaver love maybe
  11. Facebook is such a reliable source
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  12. And I denied a 100.000$ contract from your mother, which would obligate me to fuck her at least 3 times day.
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  14. $60,000 a year and she pays her own health care, travel, etc etc etc.

    TNA, a shitty shitty place to work.

    When Gail Kim was the Knockout Champ she supplemented her income by working at Sunglass Hut. Yeaaaaah... stay classy TNA.
  15. Well I don't know about health care, but I know for a fact and was confirmed by both PWInsider and PWTorch that TNA pays everyone's plane tickets for every show, unless the show is nearbye and they can drive with their own car. For example, if IMPACT is in Nashville, TN, then James Storm (from Leapersfork TN) can drive himself to the show, as it's only hour or two away. This is just common sense.

    So yeah, it must be an awful place to work. Plane tickets, wrestling, hotel-rooms - all paid by the company. What an awful work place!
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  16. Hey, TNA must be in better financial condition than we thought to be able to afford 60 grand to a Knockout! Thanks, BLFFL, for restoring my faith in TNA management. :)
  17. So TNA still has money and therefore isn't dying at this present time, huh. I thought the IWC got it right this time after the first 10,000 times of being wrong about TNA's demise.
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