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Former ECW Wrestler Dead In Murder-Suicide Case

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• Former Women’s Champion Reveals Who She Wants To Face In WWE Today

During a recent appearance on the Duke Loves Rasslin Podcast, former two time WWE Women’s Champion Jazz commented on who she wants to face in WWE, relationship with Ivory, working with Paul Heyman and ECW, and more.

Below are the highlights:

On who she wants to face in WWE:

“Honestly it started out with just me wanting to hear a fan’s point of view about how they would feel about seeing me and Charlotte Flair in the ring. If the opportunity ever comes I would like to see how the fans would adjust to that. Who would get the heel pop? Who would turn babyface? I’ve watched her and I love her swag. I want to see who would be the most dominant in that match. She’s Ric Flair’s daughter, but my Dad’s name is James Moore. Sometimes people forget who and what you’ve accomplished in this business, so if someone asks me who I want to face today, I’m saying Charlotte Flair!”

On relationship with Ivory:

“I love Ivory to death. Let me tell you something about Ivory. When I did my tryout match with WWE in a dark match, she had no clue who I was. Molly Holly smartened her up to who I was and talked about me. So she goes ‘Girl, I heard you’re really bad ass. So tonight it’s going to be all about you.’ She gave me one of the best matches man. Kudos to Ivory. They told me that was one of the best reactions to a female dark match. I’m wrestling a legend, Ivory, who’s acknowledging me, little old me who started in ECW.”

On working with Paul Heyman and ECW:

“Paul E made everyone a star. I don’t care if you were the opening match, you were a superstar. If you were the main event you were a superstar. I loved the way Paul E did things, I loved working for ECW. We were did things like a family. We’d get to the arena and there was no hostility. We hugged and kissed each other every day. Every day!”

• Former ECW Wrestler Dead In Murder-Suicide Case

According to WrestlingNewsCo, former ECW wrestler Rockin Rebel (real name: Chuck Williams) and his wife were found dead in an apparent murder-suicide case at 6:30 am Friday morning by local authorities in their Chester County home.

Some reports are suggesting that shooting took place and then the police was called. Not much information is available right now and we’ll keep you updated regarding this.

        
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