Jazz Says Her In-Ring Career Is Over, Was Planning On Doing Retirement Tour In 2020

Jazz is ready to call it a career. 

Known as one of the baddest women in wrestling, Jazz rose to fame during her time in ECW in 1999 and 2000 before joining WWE in 2001. Having wrestled for over 20 years and being 47 years old with injuries mounting, Jazz says she's done being an in-ring performer. 

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"I just had my last match this past Sunday. I am done with in-ring," Jazz told Chris Van Vliet.

When asked if it would be her last match ever, she said, "Last match, I ain't gonna say...yeah, ever. 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."

Jazz is a former WWE and NWA Women's Champion. She held the NWA Women's Title for 948 days before vacating the belt in April 2019.

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