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Impact News: Jimmy Jacobs' role and gimmick revealed at latest tapings

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The "Unprofessional" Jimmy Jacobs now will be known as "The Princess"...

What's the story? is reporting on the ongoing tapings for the Impact Wrestling television show. Within these tapings are more details on former WWE Creative Team writer and Ring Of Honor Wrestler Jimmy Jacobs' role in Impact Wrestling.

In case you didn't know...

Jimmy Jacobs made his Impact Wrestling debut this past Sunday at Bound For Glory interrupting Josh Mathews and Jeremy Borash at the announce table. Borash asked what he's doing here because he doesn't work here and Jacob would reply with, "that's what you think," before walking off.

The heart of the matter...

Jacobs is now calling himself "The Princess" and word is that he will be a manager as well as a wrestler for Impact Wrestling. He made it seem like he was the tag team partner of Eli Drake and Chris Adonis but instead introduced Kongo Kong to take on Alberto El Patron, Petey Williams, and Johnny Impact.

A photo was obtained by Wrestling Inc. showing Jacobs at ringside. Take a look at this photo below:

Jimmy Jacobs at the latest Impact Wrestling tapings.

Jacobs was recently released from the WWE Creative Team after a photo surfaced with him and the Bullet Club when they "invaded" a Monday Night Raw recently similar to when Degeneration X did the same at a WCW event during the Attitude Era.

What's next?

His exact role in the aforementioned event is yet to be confirmed. Stay tuned to Sportskeeda for further updates on Jimmy Jacobs' first weeks as a part of Impact Wrestling.

Author's take...

I think it was smart of Impact Wrestling to immediately snatch up Jacobs as I think he can add to the roster as both a manager and wrestler. Eli Drake is my favourite wrestler on the roster so I'm definitely looking forward to seeing if anything further happens with this new alliance moving ahead.

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