"Then finally when I signed my deal deal, my very first deal, they also paid all of my college fees as a bonus. I think I owed like 40 grand, which they didn't have to do, I always felt was very, very cool of JR to do. He was like we're going to take care of your college, by the way. I was like oh, because that had been hanging over my head while I had been trying to just get somewhere and make it. I was like oh, man. I got this 40 grand that's over my head and I'm making 50 bucks on this show. Cool, now I'm making 210, but that's not going to chip away at 40 grand. So they took care of that when I signed my deal."
Over the weekend, Jillian Hall visited a WWE live event and was backstage, which led to rumors of her returning to the company. She has since issued a public statement, denying the rumors of her return. Jillian recently brought up the idea of retiring as a wrestler.
Jillian Hall is seriously contemplating retirement from professional wrestling. The former WWE diva has not been booked frequently since leaving the company. Jillian did note that she was open to coming out of retirement if the opportunity to wrestle Melina Perez or Mickie James were to present itself.
Now that she has recovered from facial injuries that she sustained after falling down the stairs, Jillian Hall is ready to get back to work, as the WWE diva has started accepting bookings on the independent wrestling circuit again.
Jillian Hall was recently hospitalized after falling down the stairs at a house belonging to her boyfriend. She received quite a bit of damage to her face, but the former WWE diva revealed a picture on Twitter of her near complete recovery.
Jillian Hall has been hospitalized with head trauma. The former WWE diva stated that she had fallen down the stairs at her boyfriend's house, but it's uncertain if that reasoning was a serious tweet or just a joke.
Prior to the two of them working together in WWE, Jillian Hall was trained by Fit Finlay.