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October 20, 2009

Daffney’s injury

In case anyone missed it, Daffney suffered a broken arm at TNA’s Bound for Glory pay-per-view Sunday when Abyss choke-slammed her over the top rope and through a table wrapped in barbed wire on the floor, wrestlingobserver.com reported.

Daffney’s willingness to take bumps on thumb tacks and barbed wire is one of the things that have set her apart from other women in TNA. Hopefully, she’ll have a speedy recovery.


Posted by Kevin Eck at 9:43 PM | | Comments (8)
        

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Very crazy but whatever it takes.

Vince Russo has always loved seeing women be degraded or beaten up.

Daffney is one tough chick and also a bit crazy for allowing Abyss to chokeslam her through a barbed wire table, but it and the broken arm will add to her reputation and I do hope she has a quick recovery because she is a unique preformer.

It reported elsewhere that she suffered a concussion (no word on the severity), so hopefully she'll take the time off she needs to recouperate and not rush back just to be on TV. She's been the best thing, perhaps the only good thing, about the entire Dr Stevie/Abyss feud. If you haven't seen the two Hermie's Hotseat episodes she was in recently, you really need to check them out at TNA.com. She's really one of the best personalities in TNA.

I've never cared for this style of wresting for men, much less women. It's a dangerous enough sport just doing "normal" work in the ring.

Daffney is not only smoking hot, or "zombie hot" as Taz would say, but she is also hard core. I wish TNA would put her on TV more often, possibly for a Knockout title run.

Props to Daffney for taking the bump. It's a shame that TNA's production was so crappy they managed to miss it.

RESPONSE FROM KE: I agree that it was really bad that they missed it, but at least they caught it on the replay.

Hopefully she can completely recover from that. Daffney and Dr. Stevie are ridiculously entertaining and more than deserve their spot in TNA.

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