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TNA and GFW Founder Jeff Jarrett Finishes Rehab

Jeff Jarrett, the founder and former owner of both TNA and GFW, has completed his rehab program. Jarrett’s wife Karen recently posted a picture of herself and the King of the Mountain, who was back home relaxing on the couch with his wife.  Karen Jarrett followed her Instagram post with “#allisrightinmyworld.”

Former TNA talents such as Elijah Burke, Matt Morgan and referee Brian Hebner, among other friends and family, granted the Jarrett’s warm thoughts and well wishes. Jarrett’s friend Hermie Sadler also took to twitter to comment on the situation. Sadler stated how proud he is of Jarrett for completing his two month rehab program, which was sponsored by the WWE.

Jeff Jarrett entered a rehab program very soon after his sudden departure from Impact Wrestling. Whether or not Jarrett and Impact Wrestling will patch things up and work out another deal remains to be seen. For the moment, though, Jarrett is looking forward to spending quality time with his family for the holidays.

We here at Wrestling-Edge would like to congratulate Jeff Jarrett, and wish him well, with whatever he may do, in the future.

  • Sparti Love

    I don’t think WWE has ever turned down paying for a former wrestlers rehab. Regardless I’m happy for Jeff and maybe he can be in the HOF

  • Greg Bush

    Oh, definitely. It’s so easy to talk about what the company does wrong, but seeing them help Jarrett here in a serious time of need is heartwarming.

  • Arnold Jackson

    We joke, we complain and we trash WWE office a lot here. THIS right here, this move to put Jeff through rehab, is ALL class. Jeff held them over a barrel before doing his last match with them, created multiple company’s that tried competing with them, and after all that, this happens. It took a ton of swallowing his pride to take them up on the offer and it took a classy move to let him of all people have that offer of help be available. Good for Jeff and his family and good for the WWE family. This is what more companies should be doing.