Former NXT UK Star Jazzy Gabert Starts New Promotion

During the first Mae Young Classic, one superstar stood out and gained all kinds of Full Sail Love, despite being knocked out in the first round to Abbey Laith (Kimber Lee). Germany’s “Alpha Female” Jazzy Gabert won over the crowd and even returned for some NXT matches shortly after. But injuries slowed her down and she was passed on by the WWE. Fast forward to 2019, and Jazzy was finally signed by NXT UK, becoming the enforcer for Jinny. But by the end of 2019, it was apparent Jazzy Gabert wasn’t part of the plans for NXT UK and she was released by year’s end. “On tour I realised that I want more for my life and I got the confidence that I’m able to do more,” she told WrestleTalk in January.”And for 2020, Udo Lindenberg asked me if I can come on tour again and a reality tv show offer came also in. 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.”

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Now it’s 2020 and Jazzy Gabert has announced big plans – she’s starting her own promotion in Germany, Sirius Sports Entertainment. “I can announce that I will promote my very own show on April 19 in Germany,” she told Wrestletalk. “It’s not a typical wrestling show, it’s sports entertainment and inspired by the musical, Rocky. Its called SIRIUS Sports Entertainment.  On April 19 there will be a press conference on Facebook and Instagram where I present to you the heavyweight championship made by Top Rope Belts.”

So far Sirius has announced several big European stars, including former Westside Xtreme Wrestling (wXw) World Champion “Bad Bones” Jon Klinger, Arrows of Hungary, Kris Wolf, Tristan Archer, and more.

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