On Saturday, December 17, 2022, as part of the Icons of Wrestling Convention & Fanfest, three women once again entered the history of the discipline by being inducted into the brand new Women's Wrestling Hall Of Fame and we are talking about Madusa, also known as Alundra Blayze, Jazz and Luna Vachon.
Speaking of Jazz, the woman played a truly fundamental role in the early 2000s when she entered the WWE rings in a period that we remember was not at all easy for women's wrestling, also managing to win the WWE Women's Championship twice and participating in two matches at WrestleMania X8 and XIX with that title on the line.
Recently, with her induction into the Women's Wrestling Hall Of Fame, Jazz made a big name that she wishes she had a "5-star match": "I always say this when I'm asked this question - a good knee replacement, a some cardio — Charlotte Flair.
It's the truth," Jazz said. "I love her job. I love everything about her in-ring performance, I really do. Next would probably be Bianca [Belair]. I would like to work with Charlotte, because Charlotte is a hard worker. She and I can go out there, I can put her on the spot and we can have a 5 fucking star match.
I really feel it”.
Jazz is a wrestling legend
In many interviews that have been released in the past, many female legends who no longer fight or who are seen again every now and then, have declared that they would very much like to challenge Charlotte Flair, with Trish Stratus who for now really has 100% this honor at SummerSlam 2019.
One of these is Mickie James, who recently declared his intention to defend the Knockouts belt in various promotions: "[...] I was lucky enough to come back to WWE for the Rumble last time, but there are a lot of women, Charlotte (Flair), Bayley, Becky (Lynch), people that I never had the chance to be in that ring and show what I really could do.
[…]” Speaking in a recent interview with Sportskeeda Wrestling's UnSKripted, Jazz claimed that she wouldn't return to the company as a performer after having conquered everything in the ring. "As a performer, no.
No, I thought I was gonna miss the ring but I really don't. I think I was able to conquer everything I could possibly conquer in the ring. I think I was ahead of my time, of course. But I was at the right place at the right time.
So, no, I don't miss the ring, but far as maybe being a part of the company as a producer or something... I'd say if given the opportunity just to try it out, I would probably, you know, go for it." said Jazz.