Former TNA Knockout and current hostess of SHINE Wrestling Daffney is getting over surviving a car crash on Monday evening in which her car left the road between Tampa and Daytona Beach in Florida, and ended up on its roof in a body of water.

The former WCW Cruiserweight and ACW American Joshi Champion filled us in on all the details a couple of hours ago via her Facebook:

Monday night I was in a car accident. I was driving along I-4 and I hydroplaned at 70 mph, went off the road, and my car flipped. I landed upside-down in 3 feet of water. I was able to climb out of the passenger side and waded to safety. Luckily someone saw and stopped to help. It took 2 1/2 hours to tow my car out as it was wedged deep in the ditch in the woods.

Thank God I had my seatbelt on. If I hadn’t I’m sure my injuries would have been much worse… if not fatal. I want to emphasize to all my Daffanatics to please remember to buckle up.

I cannot explain the feeling I had when I realized what had happened. When I saw my totaled car the next day at the junkyard it really hit me. I’m so grateful to be alive. Now, I’m just trying to pick up the pieces and get things back to normal.

I lost a lot of things that night. As I landed in so much water – my phone, ipod, video camera (with all the bonus footage for Shine 2), some clothing, and some other things were destroyed. They are all material objects and can be replaced, however it is going to cost a pretty penny.

I will be auctioning off quite a few items in the near future to try and make up for this loss, so please check out ebay in case you see something you like and want to bid.

Thanks for letting me share this unfortunate incident with you guys, and thanks in advance for the love and support.

Live LOUD (but be careful driving in the rain)

As mentioned, Daffney is selling some memorabilia via her eBay account, which you can see by clicking here. As well as one of her teeny top hats, she is also auctioning platform boots, one of her glow in the dark t-shirts and a signed poster. Jump in and see if anything takes your fancy.

In addition, our best wishes go out to Daff, and heed her call for wearing a seatbelt – it could be the difference between life and death.

– Lee Burton