As we previously reported, Jarrett has recently left rehab after a two month stint in the WWE owned facility. Now that he is back, his goal seems to be working on the revival of GFW.
At the Music City Bowl in Nashville, Tennessee, Jarrett held the show in what was described as a lovely night of wrestling. Alongside the list of GFW talent, WWE Hall of Famers Jerry “The King” Lawler and Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat were also there to participate in a meet and greet before the show officially started.
The officials at the Bowl asked Jarrett and GFW to return to the stadium as the company had a successful show at the venue last year.
Honored, Jarrett thanked the President and CEO of the Music City Bowl, Scott Ramsey and the Vice President of Events, Jay Grinder.
He also sent a special thank you to WWE, stating, “I also would be remiss if I didn’t thank everyone at WWE for helping make this possible.”
Now 50, Jarrett is looking to continue his expansion of GFW and partner with places such as the Bowl in order to keep the company noticed by the public.
Below we have featured a funny, yet interesting video from a few years back where during an agreement between GFW and NJPW, Jarrett joined the Bullet Club faction.
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