Jazz is not seeking out the accolade but feels it’s the only thing she hasn’t accomplished.
It has been over 20 years since Jazz first got involved in pro wrestling. She got her first break in ECW and fast forward to present day, she is co-running a wrestling school with Rodney Mack, had a run in IMPACT Wrestling that wrapped up in April and she is also a producer for the National Wrestling Alliance.
In the early 2000s, Jazz had a run with WWE that resulted in two Women’s Title reigns. Jazz has made it clear in the past that she is looking to wind down her in-ring schedule and reiterated that during her appearance on the Two Man Power Trip of Wrestling Podcast. She feels that the only thing left for her to check off at this stage of her career is a WWE Hall Of Fame induction.
I just turned 49, so, and I figured it’s nothing really left for me to do. I’ve accomplished almost any and everything that I could ever want in this business. Only thing left for me is the WWE Hall Of Fame, and if that happens, yes and if it don’t, I’m good. I’ve still had a great career. I’ve made a great living off this business. Has it been tough? You damn right it’s been tough but, I did it.
There has yet to be an official announcement about a 2022 WWE Hall Of Fame ceremony. Next year’s WrestleMania is emanating from Arlington, Texas and will be a two-night event beginning April 2nd.
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