A former champion in WWE wants to be inducted into the Hall of Fame by none other than Paul Heyman.
Jazz is a former 2-time WWE Women’s Champion who wrestled for the company from 2001 to 2004 and then had another short stint on the relaunched ECW brand in 2006. After leaving WWE, Jazz went onto wrestle all over the independent circuit until retiring at IMPACT Hard Justice 2021.
But despite having a relatively short WWE career time-wise, Jazz thinks that she has done enough to earn a Hall of Fame induction.
During an appearance on Busted Open Radio, Jazz said that she hopes to enter the Hall of Fame while she’s still alive and she hopes that, if she gets selected, that Paul Heyman would be the one to induct her.
“That’s everyone’s dream, I would assume, you know? Yeah, I most definitely, I just — all I ask is, if I’m going to receive that honor, I would just like to receive it while I’m still alive. That’s all I ask. Let me be able to walk up and accept that honor.”
“I always said, if I ever get inducted, I would love for either [Tommy] Dreamer or Paul Heyman to induct me … Philadelphia would be great. That was my debut in ECW.”
As of this writing, the only confirmed inductee into the WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2023 is Dave Batista. The other big name dominating induction rumors at this time is The Great Muta.
h/t WrestlingInc for the transcription