Former WWE Women’s Champion, Jazz, has announced that she will undergo a retirement tour in 2021 before stepping away from the business for good.
Currently plying her trade in IMPACT Wrestling, Jazz took to social media to inform fans that next year will be the year she bows out of the business. In her tweet, the star wrote:
“Well what better time then now to kick off 2021 with bang. Now Excepting Bookings for retirement tour…”
Well what better time then now to kick off 2021 with bang.
Now Excepting Bookings for retirement tour..
— Jazz “Female Fighting Phenom” (@Phenom_Jazz) December 28, 2020
The ruthless powerhouse first planned to retire in 2020, announcing in an interview with Chris Van Vliet that her retirement tour was meant to be a done deal by now but had been pushed back due to the current pandemic.
Instead of stepping away from the squared circle as planned, Jazz used the opportunity to add to her legacy by joining partner Jordynne Grace in the IMPACT Knockout Tag Team Championship Tournament. As of writing, the pair are due to face Jessika Havoc and Neveah with the winners battling Kiera Hogan and Tasha Steelz for the gold at Hard to Kill on January 16.
Jazz is a legend in both ECW and WWE. For the latter, she made a name for herself with a debut at the 2001 Survivor Series before taking aim at WWF Women’s Champion, Trish Stratus. After several failed attempts, the star defeated the Stratus to lift the gold on February 4, 2002.