WCW Champion Hits Woman In New Video

WWE Hall of Famer Jeff Jarrett recently made an appearance at GCW Say You Will and him making an appearance without smashing a guitar is an incomplete scenario. On January 15, Allie Katch faced and defeated Kylie Rae in a hard-fought match at GCW Say You Will.Drew McIntyre had previously reacted to Jeff Jarrett disrespecting him.



After the bell, she got on the microphone and told everyone not to give up on their dreams because they can come true. She then addressed her opponent for The WRLD on GCW next Sunday, Ruby Soho, and expressed her excitement for the match while also sending some warning shots to Soho.

Jeff Jarrett smashes guitar on Allie Katch’s head

Jeff Jarrett had interrupted Allie soon after and came to the ring with his guitar in hand. Allie and the crowd told Jeff where to go, but when Katch turned around, Double-J pulled her back and smashed the guitar over her head. She was seen laying out in the ring, Jarrett saluted the crowd and was escorted to the back by security.


Jarrett had made his debut in GCW at Die 4 This by hitting EFFY, Allie’s tag partner, over the head with a guitar. This segment could lead to a match between the two but EFFY has maintained that it wouldn’t happen.

Speaking on his My World podcast, Jarrett gave some details as to why he decided to link up with GCW.

“It’s no secret, I’m in the promotion game and Brett [Lauderdale] and Game Changer Wrestling have been on my radar…Matt Cardona thinks he put them on the map, it’s kind of the bone I want to pick. Not with Cardona, or just Cardona or EFFY or event Brett or Game Changer. If you play an extension of your real personality, there is always some authenticity to it and I enjoy it as a talent. As a viewer or a fan, going back to the Jerry Lawler and Andy Kaufman deal, ‘is that real?’ There was definitely some realism because Lawler didn’t like Kaufman viewpoint on the south and the fans and all that. When it’s time for me to speak about Game Changer, I will,”said Jarrett.

Barry Russell
Barry Russell
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