Jeff Jarrett recently spoke with todaysknockout.com to promote Global Force Wrestling. During that interview, Jarrett talked about GFW, if he still watches WWE and more. Here are the highlights.
On the differences between GFW and other wrestling promotions:
When you see our footage, we got a saying within our studio: “We don’t write stories, we document stories.” We got a real authentic feel, whether it’s the Bullet Club, or the Killer Elite Squad. We have some great lucha libre action. We have the Bullet Club, which is strong style. We have Kongo Kong, which is obviously a monster-type billing. You got Nick Aldis, a British wrestler. So very diversified styles under one umbrella is definitely unique to Global Force Wrestling. Like you said, different brands stick to one style of wrestling. We want to have multiple styles of wrestling under one umbrella. When you come to our shows, that’s something people really took away from the Grand Slam Tour, just what they got from the experience. Just what they got from the interaction with the Global Force Wrestling stars.
On if he still watches WWE:
I’m a wrestling fan, and I mean that. I watch it all. WWE Network, archived footage, I watch Lucha Underground, Ring of Honor, Raw, Smackdown, Impact, New Japan, YouTube wrestling. I watch it all. It’s obviously what I do, but it’s also something I’m a fan of.
On Samoa Joe being in NXT:
I couldn’t be happier for Joe. He’s a fantastic talent. When he came into TNA and went on his streak, and when he went head up against Kurt [Angle], those were some really memorable moments. I’m happy for Joe.
You can read the entire interview here.