Mickie James has been on an unstoppable roll as part of her Last Rodeo. On February 24th, James defended the Impact Knockouts Championship against Masha Slamovich. The veteran wrestler retained her title against the young challenger with a roll-up pin fall.

An interesting spot happened during the match that fans can’t stop talking about. And the spot might just go down as one of the most bizarre moments in the history of professional wrestling.

Masha Slamovich licked Mickie James’ face and rolled her tongue against her cheeks. Before Masha could lick any further, Mickie bit her tongue, causing the challenger to scream and panic in pain.

Following the match, Mickie James took to Twitter to send a warning to the 24-year-old Masha Slamovich. In case you’re keeping track, Mickie James is not ashamed of her actions at all.


“Let it be known….I WILL BITE A BI*CH! Rule #1 @mashaslamovich don’t stick it out unless you’re willing to lose it sugar.”

Mickie James started her wrestling career in 1999 and gained recognition in 2005 when she signed with WWE. She quickly rose to prominence and became a five-time WWE Women’s Champion, as well as a one-time Divas Champion. James also competed in TNA/Impact Wrestling, where she won the Knockouts Championship five times.

Mickie James won the Impact Knockouts Championship by defeating Jordynne Grace in a Title vs. Career match on January 13th, 2023, at Hard to Kill in Atlanta, Georgia. In the coming weeks, we shall find out who challenges James for the title next.

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Saptarshi Sinha

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