Posted on 11/21/122 by Colin Vassallo
In a message on social media, WWE producer
Jamie Noble wrote that he will be having
possibly his last WWE match next month at a
non-televised live event in front of his
family in Charleston, West Virginia.
Noble, who is from the area, was forced to
retire due to an injury but now he’s lucky
to have one more opportunity in front of his
people, his state, and his family.
“I promise you I will walk out a winner or I
will go out on my shield giving the best
performance I can give. all the support I
can get will be so greatly appreciated to
show that I can still go,” Noble wrote.
Noble called WWE “the greatest company of
all time” in the Instagram post.
The event will take place on December 11 and
this will be his first match since June 8,
2015 when he participated in a two-on-one
handicap match, teaming with Joey Mercury to
take on Seth Rollins during an episode of
Monday Night Raw. His last singles match was
actually in 2013.