If she will wrestle with Ring of Honor:
"No. Definitely not. My decision to stay retired still stands. Like I've said, I've put my body through a lot in my 17 years of wrestling. There comes a point in every professional wrestlers career and their life where you look at the future more and you're like, "OK, enough is enough!" I don't want to be decrepit and crippled for the rest of my life. I want to be healthy and keep my body health. Still, to this day, I'm still rehabilitating my body, my spine. I still feel residual effects from my time in the ring. My focus is to be the mouth-piece, the manager, of the Allure and directing traffic as Mandy and Angelina are the ass-kickers of the group!"
What the Allure brings to ROH:
"That is where Mandy, Angelina, and myself come in. Ring of Honor is mostly known for their amazing wrestling. They still are. But, we're bringing the characters and the story lines back to professional wrestling and specifically into the Women of Honor. We all know that division needs help not necessarily with the in ring area. Each of those women kill it in the ring. Each woman that comes through those doors can definitely hold their own. But, again, you need character work and story lines to go with it or else it just goes stale."