Jeff Jarrett leaves WWE again

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by Simone Brugnoli
Jeff Jarrett leaves WWE again

Jeff Jarrett leaves WWE again. This is stated by an authoritative voice like that of Mike Johnson, who spoke about it on the equally authoritative '' "WWE Hall of Famer Jeff Jarrett stepped down from his position as Senior Vice President of Live Events for World Wrestling Entertainment last week," Johnson wrote on the site of which he is the first pen. confirmed the news in exclusive with multiple sources. The belief among some is that he finished his official duties last Friday, but I cannot 100% confirm this timeline." As Johnson points out, in January 2019 Jarrett was hired by WWE to work as a producer, then moved on to the company's creative team in March of the same year.

Later his role evolved, with JJ moving on to direct the Live Events organized by the company. In fact, the suspension of the latter, which took place in 2020 due to the health emergency due to the pandemic, has made the role of Jeff Jarrett in Stamford increasingly marginal.

What's next for Jeff Jarrett?

No confirmation of Jeff Jarrett's farewell from WWE had ever really come, until in the course of 2022 (to be precise in May) the athlete became legendary in WCW first and TNA then resumed the role he had previously held.

And further developments, according to Johnson, would arrive in recent weeks, with Triple H in command of the company in place of Triple H. "With the changes from the management of Vince McMahon to the current one to lead Nick Khan, Paul Levesque and Stephanie McMahon, one wonders if a domino effect has occurred, but nothing has been confirmed to at the time of writing other than that Jarrett would have left WWE," he said.

His last appearance in an official WWE televised event remains that of SummerSlam 2022 when Jeff Jarrett held the role of special referee in the match between The Usos and Street Profits, valid for the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship.

Ric Flair and Jeff Jarrett participated in a historic night as the former bid farewell to arguably the greatest career in pro wrestling history. “Ric Flair did the unimaginable. Unthinkable and unbelievable performance again.

A truly magical night for a fan of Flair. It’s gonna be a journey that I’m excited about but you know, as it all comes together, you know what this means, don’t you? Well, I am so ready for year two [of My World!]".

Jeff Jarrett