Jeff Jarrett is an American professional wrestler and promoter. He has quit his post as WWE Senior Vice President of Live Events last week.
Jeff Jarrett left his position as WWE Senior vice president of live events
WWE Hall Of Famer Jeff Jarrett has wrapped things with WWE.PWInsider reported that Jarrett quit from his role as Senior Vice President of Live Events. The belief is that he finished up this past Friday but that is not 100 percent confirmed.
Jarrett was hired in to serve as a Producer in 2019 and later as part of the creative team before moving up to an executive post. Jarrett was one of many employees furloughed during the pandemic and was brought back in May of this year to run the live events department. Under Jarrett, live event ticket sales rose.
Earlier this week the business hailed record ticket sales for WrestleMania 39. Non-televised events have also experienced an upswing in recent months. Jarrett also hosts the “My World” podcast with Conrad Thompson on AdFreeShows.com and he is part owner of The Springfield Lucky Horseshoes Minor League Baseball team.
Last month, Jarrett appeared in Ric Flair’s Last Match alongside tag team partner Jay Lethal against Flair and Andrade El Idolo. The night prior, he was the special referee at SummerSlam for the Tag Team Title match between The Usos and The Street Profits. Jarrett has not publicly commented on his exit from WWE.
Jeff Jarrett Age, Family, Early Life
Jeff Jarrett was born on July 14, 1967 (age 55) in Hendersonville, Tennessee, United States. He holds an American nationality and he belongs to white ethnicity. His Zodiac sign is Cancer.
Jeff Jarrett father is Jerry Jarrett (father) and Eddie Marlin (grandfather). Other details about his family members are not revealed.
Jeff Jarrett’s career, what is his profession?
Beginning his career under his father Jerry Jarrett’s Continental Wrestling Association (CWA) in 1986, Jarrett first came to fame upon debuting with a country music star persona in the World Wrestling Federation (WWF, now WWE) in 1992. Over the next nine years, he alternated between the WWF and its primary adversary, World Championship Wrestling (WCW) (WCW).
After WCW was purchased by the WWF in 2001, Jarrett joined the fledgling World Wrestling All-Stars (WWA) promotion. In 2002, Jarrett and his father together formed NWA: Total Nonstop Action (NWA-TNA) (now known as Impact Wrestling) (now known as Impact Wrestling). After exiting the promotion in 2014, Jarrett launched another new promotion, Global Force Wrestling (GFW) (GFW).
After a disastrous merger of TNA and GFW, he terminated connections with TNA. Jarrett subsequently wrestled in Mexico for Lucha Libre AAA Worldwide before returning to WWE in January 2019 as an on-screen talent and producer.
A third-generation wrestler, Jarrett has had over 80 championship reigns throughout his career, among them the NWA World Heavyweight Championship (six times), WCW World Heavyweight Championship (four times), WWA World Heavyweight Championship (twice), USWA Unified World Heavyweight Championship (three times), and AAA Mega Championship (twice) (twice).
He was inducted into the TNA Hall of Fame in 2015 and the WWE Hall of Fame in 2018.
In 1993, Jarrett had a small cameo role in the Michael J. Fox movie Life With Mikey, appearing alongside Jerry Lawler as a wrestler named “Evil Eye”. In 2005, Jarrett had a guest appearance on the comedy show Blue Collar TV. TNA stated that on April 14, 2009 the first-ever Jarrett DVD release will be a four-disc package, encompassing his best TNA matches and moments, a comprehensive and candid interview about his life, career, and TNA Wrestling, rare images, and guest commentary, among others.
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He is a playable character in WCW vs. the World, WWF Attitude, WWF WrestleMania 2000, WCW Backstage Assault, TNA Impact!, and TNA Wrestling Impact!. In 2018, Jarrett starred in the music video “Dr. Dare Rides Again” for the pop punk band Send Request. In May 2021, Jarrett along with co-host Conrad Thompson debuted the podcast My World with Jeff Jarrett exploring a wide array of issues from Jarrett’s professional wrestling career.
How much is Jeff Jarrett Net worth?
According to celebrity net worth, Jeff Jarrett’s net worth is $15 million as of 2022. Jeff has gained so much fortune because while being a wrestler, he is also quite busy beyond the squared circle. He still profits from public appearances and WWE storyline appearances too.
Which school and college did he go to?
Talking about the educational background of Jeff Jarrett (name), there are no sources providing data on his education. The high school he went to and the university he graduated from are all under review. This, we can assume that he completed his education in his hometown.
Jeff Jarrett Wife, What about his Children?
Jarrett married his “high school love” Jill Gregory on November 14, 1992, with whom he had three daughters. Jill died of breast cancer on May 23, 2007. In 2009, it was alleged that Jarrett was romantically linked to Karen Angle. This resulted in TNA president Dixie Carter placing Jarrett on a leave of absence.
In 2009, Jarrett returned to TNA, using the real-life issue momentarily as a storyline. On April 6, 2010, Jarrett and Karen announced their engagement; they were married on August 21, 2010.
Is he available on any social media platform?
Physical Appearance of Jeff Jarrett’s Height, Weight
|Height||Feet: 6 feet and 0 inches |
Meter: 1.83 m
|Weight||Kilogram: 104 Kg |
Pound: 230 Lbs
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