On Saturday, Jazzy Gabert revealed she is a free agent. This came as a surprise to many fans because she was scheduled to appear for NXT UK last week.
In a recent interview with WrestleTalk, she explained that she asked for her release to do some outside projects. It would also seem the “Alpha Female” didn’t think she would progress with the company.
I’m grateful for the opportunity that WWE gave me, she said. I was immensely privileged to train with legends like William Regal, Johnny Saint, Robbie Brookside, Shawn Michaels and others who came to the Performance Center in London. I was blessed to make my debut at Blackpool and witness how the NXT UK superstars performed on a high level with so much passion. I was also really happy that I got TV time almost every week; of course, some could say it was not a good storyline I was placed in, but I honestly was just happy to be out there at all and I tried to make the best of it. As we had only TV tapings about every 4 to 6 weeks, I was able to do a lot of projects outside of wrestling and I found the world of entertainment in Germany.”
“I was on dating shows, game shows, talk shows and got to do lots of fun things in TV. In the summer, I was really lucky and got an offer to tour with a German rockstar, Udo Lindenberg, and we went on tour for 3 months, 28 shows, every time in front of 15,000+ fans. In between all of this I had the NXT UK tapings. On tour I realized that I want more for my life and I got the confidence that I’m able to do more, and for 2020, Udo Lindenberg asked me if I can come on tour again and a reality TV show offer came [in also].” “
Unfortunately, these projects would cross the schedule from NXT UK and I had to make a decision because working all of these projects at once wouldn’t work. As I couldn’t see myself moving on or up in terms of storylines, I had to ask for my release. So it was completely my decision and I’m happy about it. I always wanted to work for WWE and I’m happy that I can tick that box. Of course, would I have loved to be a champion, for sure, but my heart tells me it’s time to move on.”
Later this year, Jazzy Gabert plans to promote her own wrestling show called, “SIRUS Sports Entertainment”. She plans to hold a press conference on Facebook and Instagram, where she will unveil their heavyweight championship.
We wish Gabert the best of luck. It sounds like she has a lot of new ventures in the work for 2020.