Jazz Wants To Make WWE Return After 16 Years To Fight Charlotte Flair

Jazz Wants To Make WWE Return After 16 Years To Fight Charlotte Flair

Jazz is eager to come out of retirement to fight Charlotte Flair in a WWE singles bout for the first time

Between 2001 and 2004, Jazz was one of WWE’s top female performers, until returning for a brief spell in WWE ECW in 2006. During her first WWE tenure, she twice won the Women’s Championship and defeated both Lita and Trish Stratus at Wrestle Mania 18.

Jazz stated on Rene Dupree’s Cafe de Rene podcast that Flair is the “total package” and someone she would like to work with.

Jazz Wants To Make WWE Return After 16 Years Of Retirement To Fight Charlotte Flair

Jazz also listed Deonna Purrazzo as one of the best in the world. In 2021, the two women competed in a Career vs. Title battle at IMPACT Wrestling Hardcore Justice, with Purrazzo winning.

Initially, Jazz had doubts about Charlotte Flair.

Charlotte Flair is presently one of the most powerful Superstars on the WWE roster. She is also the most successful Superstar in the Whole Women’s category – in terms of World Championship reigns. The Queen is on her 13th reign as a WWE World Champion, currently holding the Smackdown Women’s Championship.


Charlotte Flair frequently employs maneuvers and attitudes made famous by her iconic father, Ric Flair. As a result, Jazz originally worried that WrestleMania 35’s main eventer would struggle to establish her footing as an in-ring talent.

Flair’s 13th reign as Raw Women’s Champion began at Summerslam 2021 when she defeated Rhea Ripley and Nikki A.S.H. in a Triple Threat match to become the Raw Women’s Champion. However, the 2021 WWE Draft compelled her to give up the championship in exchange for the Smackdown Women’s Championship alongside Becky Lynch.


However, Charlotte Flair’s domination appears to be motivating Superstars to come out of retirement to battle her! Jazz is a former WWE Superstar who was one of the promotion’s top ladies from 2001 to 2004. Shehas stated that she may return to the business to battle Flair. She said the same thing on Rene Dupree’s Café de Rene podcast.

Jazz believes she is now one of WWE’s top superstars, seven years after being called up to the main roster.

Flair recently defended her SmackDown Women’s Championship against Ronda Rousey at WrestleMania 38. The long-time rivals will face off again in an “I Quit” Match at WrestleMania Backlash on May 8.


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