After surviving being stabbed, Jamie Noble returned to work as a producer/agent for WWE at Survivor Series.
PWInsider was the first media outlet to report that Noble had returned. Noble made his comeback less than two months after he was stabbed at his home in West Virginia. About a week after the incident, Noble posted a statement on Facebook attributing the stabbing to a road rage incident that ended with an individual Noble described as a "coward" attacking him in his front yard:
"I was viciously attacked in my front yard. One coward got out of the car saying I pushed him off the road. I immediately apologize because I was on the road all week and just that night alone I got off work Tuesday night and drove from Cleveland to Princeton so I could have been tired and drifted over the yellow line. In the middle of this madness one coward pulls a knife stabbing me once through the back middle near the spin. The blade went between my ribs and hit my lung. I still tried to fight back and then they tried to cut my throat. I was able to get them to miss the throat and rip my shoulder open. Good news is I’m getting a little better everyday. And I will be back on my feet 100% soon. I need help from my FB family, I need you to share this with everyone you can. Somebody knows something, or heard something, saw something that can help me get these criminals because the law isn’t going to. Please ask, listen, anything that can help me just get one name. Just one. This could have been my 63 year old dad or my 16 year old boy … can you even imagine that???? I can’t. I’ll also pay $200 for a name and if it turns out legit I’ll give you another $500 cash. Please share this with every friend you have and me get a name."
A former WWE Cruiserweight Champion and ROH World Champion, Noble retired in 2009 after suffering an injury and became a producer at WWE. He returned to an on-camera role in 2014 as part of J and J Security with Joey Mercury, who served as lackeys to Seth Rollins when he was backed by The Authority.