Thunder Rosa and Jazz look to train the future of women's wrestling.
During Mission Pro Wrestling's Tournament Out of Hell event it was announced that Thunder Rosa would be opening a dojo for women's wrestlers called The Dogg Pound Dojo. Jazz and Rodney Mack, who previously established the dojo, will also serve as trainers. The dojo is scheduled to open in Texas in December.
With wrestling legend Jazz. She's out here giving back to the industry in a BIG way by opening up a wrestling school for women.— Shaun The Battōsai (@shaunonsite) November 7, 2020
What her and @thunderrosa22 are doing will be amazing.#MPWOutOfHell pic.twitter.com/MMzRfoPWYM
Getting to have my name associated with @MissionProWres has been awesome. Big news with @DPdojo4L and @Phenom_Jazz. Congratulations to everyone involved!! Thank you to @thunderrosa22 for allowing me to be a part of this!! Props to @_RobynReid for an amazing show!! pic.twitter.com/OwOzOIqQmR— DNC Digital (@DNCDigital) November 7, 2020
Jazz recently announced her retirement from wrestling while Rosa recently dropped the NWA Women's Title and had to clear up her contract status with NWA.