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140 lb
New Orleans, Louisiana
Trained by: Rod Price and Sylvester Ritter
Debut 1998
Finishing Moves:
Jazz Stinger (Sitout facebuster)
Jazz Stretch / Bitch Clamp (Elevated double chickenwing)
"That's what i'm talkin' about."
"The bitch is back, and the bitch is black!"
"I'm the best!"
"I'm The Baddest BITCH!"
She was approached about training to become a wrestler and went to a wrestling school in Louisiana run by Rod Price and had her first wrestling match against Jacqueline. Moore was just six-months into her training with Rod Price when she got a job with Extreme Championship Wrestling.

Considered one of the first female wrestlers to thrive in a male-dominated company lacking an active Women's Division (along the lines of Chyna in the WWF and Madusa in WCW), Jazzmyn (as she was then known) was a part of a tight-knit group, consisting of then up-and-coming superstars such as Jason and Justin Credible. She would later become pushed around because of her gender, leading to a feud with Jason. In most occassions in facing Jason, she won emphatically, and would continue to be a regular face in ECW. She would appear on a random basis before leaving the company for good in early 2000, just under a year before ECW was shut down due to bankruptcy.

Having worked a number of house shows as try-outs during 2001, in September of that year Moore, now wrestling as Jazz, signed a two-year contract with the World Wrestling Federation. She made her formal debut in the company at the Survivor Series pay per view in a Six-Pack Challenge Match for the WWF Women's Championship which had been vacated by Chyna after her departure from the company. Ultimately, Trish Stratus came away with the victory and the championship that night but, several weeks later Jazz brutally attacked Stratus and Mighty Molly during a title defense. This led to a vicious feud between Stratus and Jazz which led to Jazz defeating Stratus on the February 4, 2002 edition of RAW to win her first Women's Championship.
The feud went on for several months with Jazz making successful title defenses against Stratus, Lita and Ivory. However due to injury, Jazz dropped the title back to Stratus in a Hardcore-Rules match on the May 13, 2002 edition of RAW, which also involved Bubba Ray Dudley and Steven Richards.
Jazz returned in early 2003 and involved herself in the feud between Stratus and Victoria. During this time, she took on the managerial services of Teddy Long which led to another WWE Women's Championship reign after defeating Stratus at Backlash 2003. She kept the title for several months but once more was forced to drop the title due to injury, losing it in a battle royal to Gail Kim on June 20, 2003.
She returned from injury in early 2004 but for the most part, she mostly wrestled on Sunday Night HEAT and did not take part in any major feuds. Later that year, she became manager and valet for her real-life husband Rodney Mack before being released by the WWE on November 4, 2004.

From January 16, 2005 she started working on the independent circuit, and even appeared at the unofficial ECW reunion show, Hardcore Homecoming. In late 2005, Jazz and Rodney Mack opened Dirtysouth Championship Wrestling, an independent promotion based in Louisiana were Jazz won the new DCW Louisiana State Title on June 3, 2006.
Jazz also went on to perform in Women's Extreme Wrestling, where she won the company's World Heavyweight Championship in May 2005 in a Fatal Four M'enage Quatro Match against Angel Orsini, Mercedes Martinez, and Simply Luscious when the previous champion, Tai "Killer Weed", was forced to relinquish the title due to an injury. While still WEW champion, on June 24, 2005, Jazz would defeat April Hunter to win NWA Cyberspace's Women's championship.

On May 4, 2006, it was confirmed on WWE's official website that Jazz would be a part of the new ECW brand. Jazz would make her first appearance as part of the new ECW during the WWE vs. ECW Head to Head show on June 7, 2006 where she would face the WWE Women's Champion Mickie James in a losing effort. However, Jazz would not continue an on-screen role in the brand and only made a few appearances at ECW house shows before returning to Dirtysouth Championship Wrestling in September. Though in ECW, she stayed under contract with WWE until January 18, 2007 when she, along with her husband and several other wrestlers were released by WWE.
World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment
WWF Women's Championship (2 time)
Women's Extreme Wrestling
WEW World Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
NWA Shockwave
NWA Shockwave Women's Championship (1 time, current)
Dirtysouth Championship Wrestling
DCW Louisiana State Championship (1 time)