Jimmy Jacobs joined IMPACT Wrestling in 2017 after being fired by WWE, where he was working on the creative team.
Jacobs became the manager for Kongo Kong, but wasn't used in a wrestling role. Along with his managerial duties with Kong, Jacobs worked as a producer in the company.
Speaking on the TWC Show, Jacobs was asked if he would ever return to an on-screen role with IMPACT.
"Probably not at IMPACT. I have a lot on my plate there. I do love performing and still take bookings. I love going out there and playing a character. If there was ever a spot in IMPACT where I thought, 'Yeah, I'd be good for this,' I would play it. Mostly, that doesn't come up. If there is someone good to manage or they needed a mouthpiece, I'd go for it, but my plate is full enough as it is," he said.
Jacobs continues to take independent bookings as a wrestler, recently competing at VxS The Violence Of The Lambs in February.
Elsewhere during the interview, Jacobs revealed he would work at the WWE Performance Center as a promo coach, but it would take a lot of money for him to work for Vince McMahon again. You can find his full comments by clicking here.
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