Disco Inferno's recent claims that she is the greatest women's wrestler ever:
"What I think Disco meant by saying that I was the greatest women's wrestler ever, and I know him and always got along with him and still do to this day. He was with TNA during my time there. I think he means my character work with the Beautiful People that he was referring to. Because Disco, he's old school! I'm old school! But, I think he was referring to character work. I feel, and I think he would agree with me, character work in modern wrestling is a lost art. I don't think a lot of the wrestlers or companies invest in the character development as much as it is more about the in ring action nowadays. It is professional wrestling so yes, of course it is going to be about the in ring action and physicality. But, you can't have one without the other. In my opinion, that is when stuff goes stale. So, I really think Disco was referring to the Beautiful People and how well I played my role. Not to tout myself but I'm going to (laughs). Angelina and myself, back when the company was on Spike TV, we were the highest rated segments on the show. It was not because we were great wrestlers alone. It was the story telling and the character development as well as the in ring action. I just think character development is a lost art."