Former WWE Superstar Jazz was one of the highlights of the women’s division during the early to mid-2000s. The two-time Women’s Champion also had a hard time getting television time on WWE’s revamped ECW brand in 2006. She also addressed a possible Royal Rumble appearance recently.

Since its debut in 2018, the women’s Royal Rumble match has been graced with the return of several iconic female wrestlers from WWE’s past, including Trish Stratus, Lita, Molly Holly, Victoria, and Mickie James. However, one notable absence from the match has been two-time WWE Women’s Champion, Jazz.

While speaking during a live stream on K&S Wrestlefest, Jazz was asked by a viewer to “blink twice” if she would be participating in the match. To this, Jazz coyly shook her head, leaving her fans in suspense about her potential return to the ring.

“And if I was, why would I tell you? So I can lose my spot before I get there? That’s the biggest kayfabe of all time.”


Despite her previous reluctance to confirm her participation in the 2023 women’s Royal Rumble match, Jazz later revealed that if WWE were to reach out to her, she would consider it, but with some limitations.

Jazz admitted that her knee condition would not allow her to participate for long periods of time, but she could probably handle a minute or two in the ring. In all honesty, she probably wouldn’t be able to do it with her knees.

“Truthfully, right now, I probably couldn’t. My knees are that f*cked up

Jazz then went on to say that she could probably walk to the ring, but not run. She also said she could do her “jab sequence real quick” and then get eliminated.

“I can get in there, do my little jab sequence real quick — bop, bop, bop — and get taken out.”

We will have to wait and see whether Jazz will end up making an appearance during the Royal Rumble Premium Live Event next week, as fans would love to see her return to WWE.

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