Jay Lethal Speaks About Jeff Jarrett in AEW

Jay Lethal Believes Jeff Jarrett Will be Good for AEW

by Altamush Nayyer Khan
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Jay Lethal Speaks About Jeff Jarrett in AEW

Jay Lethal is a popular AEW star and he spoke about legendary wrestling promoter Jeff Jarrett being a part of AEW. All Elite Wrestling recently signed Jeff Jarrett, who is a former WCW and WWE wrestler. He is also the founder of TNA which is now known as Impact Wrestling and has fought some of the best wrestlers of all time.

Jeff is working in AEW as an on-screen character. He is also the Director of Business Development for AEW right now. Ever since Jeff has joined AEW, many critics and journalists have shared their opinion on whether Jeff will actually help AEW or not.

Jay Lethal is one of the many wrestlers that have commented on Jeff. He recently spoke about Jeff on The Kurt Angle show.

Jay Lethal Believes Jeff Jarrett Will be Good for AEW

"I'm really excited because the feedback from when I teamed with Jeff at the 'Last Match' against Flair, everyone was so impressed with Jeff.

They were like, 'He can still go and he's in great shape,'" Lethal said. He added, "I'm excited to bring that onto a stage like AEW so that more people can see that he can still go, and he is a great heel and he still has a lot more to offer.

And also, Jeff's working behind the scenes in AEW, helping with, you know, international markets and some other things that they're doing which is cool, too, because AEW is just on this upward trend, and the more help we can get the better." Even though Jeff is an on-screen character, we do not believe that he will be wrestling as much as other veterans in the company do.

He attacked Darby Allin as soon as he made his AEW debut, however, it doesn’t seem like he will be participating in a lot of matches and he is definitely not in the same shape that he was to wrestle long matches. We last saw Jeff compete in a match in July.

It was supposed to be Ric Flair’s Last Match. Andrade El Idolo teamed up with Ric Flair that night. Jay Lethal and Jeff Jarrett were tag team partners that night. Although the performance of both tag teams was great, Jay Lethal and Jeff Jarrett did not win the fight.

Jeff Jarrett and Jay Lethal will team up to take on Sting and Darby Allin at Full Gear. The event will take place on the 19th of November and will be Sting’s first match after a very long time.

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