It seems Jazz is going to have her retirement tour after all.
Earlier this year in an interview with Chris Van Vliet, former WWE Women's Champion Jazz announced she intended to retire this year after having a final farewell tour, which was obviously derailed due to the global coronavirus pandemic.
"I'm limping right now. I'm done. I'm not going to Terry Funk it, I'm done. I was gonna do a whole tour for 2020, but with the pandemic happening that kind of screwed everything up. We'll see for 2021, I may try to do a tour. I'm done, but I'll go out there and do a minute."
She continued, "I've been having issues with my knees and my back and more issues physically, mentally, and emotionally. That's why I had to forfeit the NWA Women's Title because I was having issues. I have two beautiful daughters and I have to focus on them right now."
However, Jazz returned in late 2020 to IMPACT Wrestling as the tag team partner of Jordynne Grace in the Knockouts Tag Team Championship Tournament, set to finish at Hard To Kill on January 16.
With 2021 on the horizon, the former NWA Women's Champion has announced that she is accepting bookings for her retirement tour in the coming year.
Well what better time then now to kick off 2021 with bang.— Jazz “Female Fighting Phenom” (@Phenom_Jazz) December 28, 2020
Now Excepting Bookings for retirement tour..
Fightful will continue to provide updates on the changes to her retirement tour as they are made available and we will have live coverage of IMPACT Hard To Kill on Saturday, January 16.