Mickie James caused a huge stir when she tweeted out a photo of a trash bag she received from WWE. This wasn’t the first time she was sent a trash bag care package from the company with her belongings. This was the first time something like that went public.

While speaking with Spencer Love, Nick Aldis discussed his wife’s WWE care package. He said that Mickie James wasn’t even that upset. She had been there before. She was simply making a point and it just happened to lead to Mark Carrano’s firing.

“You know, the craziest thing about all that for us was that she really, it wasn’t like she was super offended. It wasn’t like she was really upset. She was kind of laughing at the symbolism. It wasn’t like this thing where she went ‘ah, I’m devastated, I’m heartbroken, how would they do this to me,’ and I’ve seen some people sort of refer to it like that as if that was the sort of tone. If you go back and look at her post with the video and stuff, she was very tongue-in-cheek about it. She was very kind of, ‘well, that’s about fucking right!’ In other words, they chew you up and spit you out, and that’s just the way the business is. And, look. She’s been through a hell of a lot worse.”

“The reality is, is that symbolism and sort of tone-deaf gesture, I guess, is the best way to describe it, it’s not even in the top-10 of the most cold, heartless things that have happened to her or me in this business. So, it’s kind of like, ‘hey, man, we’ve got thick skins.’ She just thought it was enlightening, I guess, to sort of share with the world like, ‘Hey, you think it’s all special and glamorous? It’s sometimes not so much.’”

“I was very amazed at the level of traction it got. And, I was amazed at the level of response on the corporate level from those guys. From Triple H, and Stephanie [to] Vince, they all – and, hey, I will say that Vince McMahon went out of his way to express to Mickie his respect for her and her contributions.  That’s at least some consolation to take from it. Although, I would politely suggest that maybe a little more respect could have been shown to her while she was there.”

Mickie James dedicated a lot of time to WWE and then the company released her and sent her belongings to her via a trash bag. We’ll have to see if WWE changes that policy, but it’s very likely that they have sent their final trash bag care package.

Thanks to Wrestling Inc for the quote

Felix Upton

Felix Upton has been writing professionally since 1989. His first writing job was penning advertisements for local newspapers around New York. After selling his grandfather’s pinball repair shop back in 2017, he was hired on for publish news for Ringside News.

Disqus Comments Loading...