Jeff Jarrett Speaks About AEW Signing Jay Lethal

Jeff Jarrett Believe Jay Lethal Will Make a Huge Impact on AEW

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Jeff Jarrett Speaks About AEW Signing Jay Lethal

Jeff Jarrett is the founder of TNA and he recently spoke about AEW signing Jay Lethal. Jeff Jarrett was a very popular professional wrestler before he became a full-time wrestling promoter. TNA is now known as Impact Wrestling.

He was the one that started the promotion. AEW has signed a number of popular indie wrestlers over the past few months. One of them is Jay Lethal. Jay Lethal made a huge name for himself even though he wasn’t known in the WWE very well.

According to Jeff, Jay will add a lot to AEW.

Jeff Jarrett Believe Jay Lethal Will Make a Huge Impact on AEW

“As the proverbial saying goes, when one door closes another one opens and I could not be happier for my man, Jay Lethal I could not be happier.

He is one of the guys that I would be asked, ‘who is out there on the Ring Of Honor roster?’ Or really just out there. But Jay always re-upped with those guys and he had a sense of loyalty, so hats off to him,” Jeff Jarrett said.

“But I believe, and my track record speaks for itself when I was part of a decision-making team, Jay has unbelievable talent,” he claimed. “He’s diverse, he can not just get it done in the ring, he can tell a story in the ring so many different ways, but he can talk.

His impersonations are hilarious but they’re compelling. But that just shows sort of the range, like a singer. Jay can do a lot of things, and he can do a lot of things well. So I could not be happier for him”. Jeff then spoke about Ring of Honor deciding to go on a hiatus.

He spoke about it on the Wrestling Inc. Daily. “There’s only one thing for certain in life and that’s change. I don’t know the ins and outs or the corporate battles of what Joe faces. When you look back, WCW getting canceled, was that specifically a wrestling decision? I don’t know about that one,” Jeff Jarrett said.

“Here’s a better one, had UFC not left Fox, would WWE be on Fox Network on Friday nights on SmackDown? I don’t know. It’s definitely a question to ponder. Joe’s challenges, again I am on the way outside looking in, they bought all the sports networks, so it’s a Sinclair decision. I hate to see it”.

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