Jazz Says She'll Be Doing Agent Work For NWA Women's Division In June

Jazz is set to continue her career in wrestling following retirement.

At IMPACT Hardcore Justice, Jazz lost a Career vs. Title bout against Deonna Purrazzo, which stipulated that she would be forced to retire. Jazz would actually wrestle one more match on the April 15 episode of IMPACT, teaming with Jordynne Grace to quickly defeat Fire 'N Flava (Kiera Hogan & Tasha Steelz), because such is wrestling retirements.

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Appearing on The Roundtable Pro Wrestling Podcast, Jazz discussed her retirement storyline with IMPACT.

"I was announcing my retirement and (Tommy) Dreamer called me and was like, 'No you're not.' Yes, I am.' 'No, you're not.' 'Okay then.' Once the opportunity presented itself, the door opened and you have to run through it. That's what I did. Tagging with Jordynne (Grace) was a great experience. I loved every moment. She's awesome. She's a beast and reminds me a lot of myself in my prime. It was great and I thanked them, Dreamer and IMPACT, to allow me to have my retirement on a platform like that. Forever grateful for those moments. Jordynne and the girls in the locker room were fantastic. I've worked with a number of them numerous times, so I didn't walk in as a stranger. It's nothing but love," she said.

When asked about her next move in wrestling, Jazz revealed that she's going to be doing agent work for the NWA beginning in June.

"I'll be going to NWA in June and agenting the girls there," she said.

NWA Powerrr airs weekly on FITE TV. Serena Deeb is the reigning NWA Women's Champion while Kamille is the number one contender. Thunder Rosa, Jennacide, and Skye Blue are also in the mix.

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