Jazzy Gabert Cleared to Return, The Making of Ultimate Deletion
Sunday, June 17, 2018
Fans may remember a wrestler by the name of Jazzy Gabert participating in the Mae Young Classic tournament last year. Although Gabert was eliminated in the first round of the tournament, the "Alpha Female" made a huge impression on the Full Sail University crowd and on WWE fans as well. Fans begged Triple H to sign Gabert to a contract after the tournament concluded, and although the company did reportedly offer her a deal, Gabert claimed last year that the company decided to rescind the deal after WWE's medical team found three herniated disks in her neck. Despite the catastrophic injury, that has not stopped Jazzy from recovering and continuing her career in the ring.
Jazzy Gabert will indeed be continuing her fighting career as the Mae Young Classic participant has just revealed that she has been cleared to return to the ring. Gabert has not competed in a match in over six months as she was away getting surgery on her neck. Gabert announced on Instagram earlier this week that her doctor is allowing her to wrestle once again and that she is also accepting bookings now. Jazzy Gabert has been impressing fans with her great athleticism and strength for several years now. There is no word on her relationship with WWE at the moment, but with the second Mae Young Classic tournament beginning this summer, hopefully Gabert will receive another chance with the company.
One of the most interesting matches of the year took place a few months ago when "Woken" Matt Hardy faced his former rival and current tag team partner Bray Wyatt in a match that was called "The Ultimate Deletion." The unique setting and bizarre events from the match were quite surprising for WWE fans who did not see Matt Hardy's "Final Deletion" segments in Impact Wrestling. Nonetheless, the match was praised by fans at the time that it aired. A short video providing a behind the scenes look at the making of the match has just been uploaded to WWE's YouTube channel. The full video will be included as part of a WWE 24 documentary on The Hardy Boyz, which airs on the WWE Network tonight after Money in the Bank.