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Jazz Talks Recently Appearing For AEW, Future In Wrestling

Former WWE and NWA Women’s Champion Jazz was recently interviewed by Women’s Wrestling Weekly on a number of topics including how far pro wrestling has come since her time in WWE, most especially for the women in the industry.

This is what Jazz said:

“[Promotions should] keep giving us opportunities, and main events, and big shows – ‘Manias! When I was in WWE, our ratings were really good when we were doing women’s matches.” “Unfortunately they weren’t happy with that. It’s a new day and time, a new era, and now we are getting the opportunity to be number one. We are getting the opportunity to show that we can main event. So, kudos to all of the women in the industry, and girls, thank you all for continuing to show respect and to earn their respect… Sometimes I’m speechless because of it since it’s come so far from where it used to be.”

Jazz then spoke about her appearance at AEW’s All Out Event and said that everyone made her feel at home and very comfortable, which is what she loved about AEW.

This is what Jazz said:

“It was so great, oh my God. coming down that ramp and see those fans – it was such an adrenaline rush. I came out with a different look. A lot of people hadn’t seen the bald, so it was something different.” “Brandi Rhodes reached out to me and she asked if I was under contract with anyone like NWA as of right now and I said, ‘No, I’m not.’ She said, ‘Cool, we wanted to see if you’re interested in being apart of our Battle Royale’. I was like, ‘Yeah, who would say no, first of all’. That’s how it happened. They brought me in to do the vignette and the whole time I was thinking what could I do that would be like BAM! oh yeah she’s back… It was pretty nice, pretty cool…. They made everyone feel at home and very comfortable. That’s one thing I loved about AEW.”

Jazz then spoke about there not really being a contract with AEW as well as her time in the ring coming to an end. Jazz also spoke about her focus and passion right now is for her to be a trainer or a coach.

This is what Jazz said:

“There’s really been no discussions as far as that goes; no, there’s been no contract signed. Everyone’s has been asking me that.” “There isn’t a contract signed honestly, you know I’m coming to an end as far my in-ring work. It’s coming to an end. I just turned 47 in August – it’s time for me to say it’s enough. So right now, I’m a trainer at a wrestling school, Hybrid School of Wrestling. I love being a coach and that’s what I would love to do. I love to give back. If I sign anything, it would most definitely be me being a trainer or coach. That’s my passion right now and that’s what I want to do.”

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