Jeff Jarrett, who co-founded TNA Wrestling with his father in 2002, announced this afternoon via Twitter that he has parted ways with the promotion.
On December 22nd, 2013 I officially resigned from TNA Entertainment. Thanks to everyone involved for all the fantastic memories! #grateful
— Jeff Jarrett (@JeffJarrettTNA) December 23, 2013
After being written off television in December 2011, Jarrett maintained behind-the-scenes roles with TNA Wrestling. In 2012, he oversee Ring Ka King, a short-lived satellite promotion that was based in India. More recently, he helped handle the promotion’s creative division.
As a performer, Jarrett is one of TNA’s most successful wrestlers in history. From 2002 to 2006, he held the NWA World Heavyweight Championship on six occasions for a combined 1,006 days.