Former WWE Star Retires After 20-Year Career

Former WWE Star Retires After 20-Year Career WWE

Former WWE talent Jazzy Gabert, also known as Alpha Female, has confirmed that she is to retire from in-ring competition.

Gabert’s career has seen her perform on the international circuit and amass championships in many of the companies where she performed.

During her career, she brought her skills to Stardom, TNA and WWE where she competed in the 2017 Mae Young Classic.

In 2019, she joined the NXT UK roster though would part ways with WWE in January 2020, choosing not the renew her contract.

In a post on her Facebook page about her in-ring retirement, Gabert wrote:

“I pass the torch

“About 10 years ago, an English promoter told me it was time for me to hand over the torch. But God knows I wasn’t ready for it and it annoyed me a lot!

“At least in retrospect, I can say that there was still a lot to come. The last 10 years have been a high, higher highest!

“Now in 2023 with a 20-year in-ring career, I can say “I pass the torch”

“The future of German wrestling looks bright. The young talents have fire 🔥 and the necessary respect and discipline to go far.

“I’m getting out of the ring now and I’m now the organizer. That’s where I found my new passion.”

After her WWE departure over nearly four years ago, she would discuss her time in WWE further on the GF Der Talk podcast where she also talked about the lack of opportunity to move to the United States and comments that apparently had been made towards her by other members of the UK roster.

After her time in WWE, Gabert established SIRIUS Sports Entertainment, a promotion that runs shows in her native Germany with their last show being on November 4, 2023.

Her last match on record was in September as she teamed with La Catrina to beat Jacky Go & Warchild for the Championship of Wrestling promotion in Germany.

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8 months ago by Dave Adamson


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