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Jaime Lynne
Ring name(s) Lollipop
Billed height 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m)
Billed weight 118 lb (54 kg)
Born March 17, 1979
Nashville, Tennessee
Trained by Bully Douglas,
Ron Harris,
Leilani Kai,
Jerry Lynn,
Chase Stevens
Debut 2002
Retired 2006

Jaime Lynne (born March 17, 1979) is a former American professional wrestler, better known by her ring name, Lollipop. Lynne is perhaps best known for her appearances with Total Nonstop Action Wrestling as a cage dancer.




Early career

Lynne made her wrestling debut in early 2002, acting as a manager in the Columbia, Tennessee-based NWA Main-Event promotion.

Total Nonstop Action Wrestling

She went on to appear with Total Nonstop Action Wrestling as Lollipop, a dancer who took her name from her omnipresent lollipop. In September 2002, Lynne decided to train as a wrestler, and began taking lessons from Leilani Kai. In a controversial angle, Lynne appeared topless on the March 13, 2003 TNA pay-per-view while brawling with members of Sports Entertainment Xtreme.

Independent circuit

After leaving TNA, Lynne worked on the independent circuit as a wrestler and valet, appearing with promotions such as Ring of Honor. On January 8, 2005, Lollipop wrestled in South Korea with the Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling promotion, teaming with Gail Kim to defeat Malia Hosaka and Nidia.

In January 2006, Lynne began teaming with Amber O'Neal as "Team Blondage", replacing O'Neal's original partner, Krissy Vaine. In the process, Lynne replaced Vaine as one half of the Women's Extreme Wrestling Tag Team Champions. The duo held the titles until the April 6, 2006 WEW pay-per-view, when Lynne and O'Neal lost to the tag team of April Hunter and Talia Madison after defeating them in singles bouts earlier in the evening.

In September 2006, she decided to leave the wrestling business. She returned for a one-time appearance in November 2007 and wrestled Christie Ricci.[1] Lynne currently runs a bingo hall named Rocky Fork in Columbus, Ohio, with her husband.

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