Jazz Says WWE Doesn't Know How To Market African Americans, Talks Her Release

Women's Wrestling Weekly recently interviewed WWE veteran and NWA Women's Champion Jazz. You can see highlights from the interview below, and the full podcast at this link.

Jazz Talks About Her Epic with Trish Stratus:

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Trish and I had a phenomenal feud. I mean she was the type of person that no matter what I put on her she got her ass back up and we did our thing. She was great at taking that ass whopping.

Jazz Talks About Being Released from WWE:

They called us to the back and said, “we were wrestling too much like men.” And I thought, well that’s the end of m ycareer. (If you were blonde hair and blue eyes, do you think you would still be with the company?) If I wasn’t in the company, I would be apart of the company. Because right now today, I still have no clue of why I was released. I’m championed one day and released the next day.

Jazz Talks About Not Having An Action Figure and The Marketing of African Americans in WWE:

I don’t think they (WWE) knows how to market African Americans. I was a champion and I’ve never had an action figure.  They did the screening and scanning and said my action figure is in high demand and I never saw it

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