WWE has a rich history of hiring top independent wrestlers to compete in the ring or serve as trainers for the company. In 2015, the company hired Jimmy Jacobs, who rose to prominence on the independent scene years prior, to be part of the creative writing team. Jacobs was fired in 2017 and he believes WWE won't make the mistake of hiring an indie wrestler for the writing team again.
Jimmy Jacobs joined IMPACT Wrestling in 2017 after being fired by WWE, where he was working on the creative team. Jacobs became the manager for Kongo Kong, but wasn't used in a wrestling role. Along with his managerial duties with Kong, Jacobs worked as a producer in the company. Speaking...
Jimmy Jacobs has plans to bring back his podcast, which hasn't aired a new episode since 2019. Jacobs started his Jimmy Jacobs Doesn't Know podcast in April 2019 and interviewed wrestlers such as Daniel Bryan, Sami Zayn, Tommy Dreamer, and more. The podcast ended after 33 episodes in December 2019, but Jacobs would like to start it up again.
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