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Jeff Jarrett Reportedly Out As Minority Owner Of TNA

The current GFW vs. TNA storyline is not just a storyline on TNA television but was a real-life situation. The storyline is that team TNA vs. team GFW will fight for control of TNA on tonight’s episode of Impact Wrestling in a Lethal Lockdown match. The winning team will gain full ownership of TNA.

Pwinsider.com reports that TNA President Dixie Carter has bought out Jeff Jarrett, who was the founder of TNA, of his minority ownership of the company. Jeff Jarrett is 100% divested of the promotion. The Carters and Panda Energy now own TNA.

TNA and Jarrett made a deal where Jarrett would come into TNA, do an angle with his promotion (GFW), which would give his new promotion exposure and the assurances he can book TNA talents for upcoming GFW events in exchange of Jarrett giving up his ownership in TNA.


  • $urgicalHazard

    people that don’t know jakc sh*t about wrestling fully own a wrestling company…..no wonder the ships sunk

  • Will Henderson

    i wonder if Panda Energy is willing to sell this company to a media company who wants a wrestling show, i’m sure WGN America’s parent company, Tribune Media would love to own this company so they can have a weekly wrestling show on WGN America/maybe syndicate it in several TV markets where they own a TV station similar to Sinclair and their ownership to ROH.

  • Solid

    So basically he lost practically nothing and gained TV exposure for his new business, and Dixie ok’d this? hahaha.