Back in 2003, Jeff Jarrett went to Japan and he crashed the press conference of Hulk Hogan and attack Hogan. The reason why, because he wanted to bring TNA to Hogan. Jeff explains it on what he did on the TNA Global iMPACT! DVD.
Jeff Jarrett was married. His wife name is Jill. They have three daughters age ranging 3 to 11. Jill was diagnosed with cancer in the late 1990s, and died on May 23, 2007. This is the explanation why he was gone for months.
On October 22nd, 2006 at Bound for Glory, Jeff Jarrett lost the NWA World title to Sting in a Championship vs. career match.
Jeff Jarrett had a song called, "With My Baby Tonight." He sang it at In Your House II. But, it was later revealed by his former manager, The Roadie (BG James), that it was him who sang it and not Jeff Jarrett.
Wrestlers trained by Jeff Jarrett:
Finishing and signature moves of Jeff Jarrett:
Stroke (Forward Russian legsweep)
Super Stroke (Middle rope Forward Russian legsweep)
El Kabong / Acoustic Equalizer / Guitar Shot (Guitar broken over the opponent's head)
Figure four leglock
Managers that manage Jeff Jarrett:
Don Callis Jim Cornette Debra Harris Brothers Baby Doll Ric Flair Jackie Gayda Ronald Gossett Gail Kim Tennessee Lee The Roadie(aka BG James in TNA)
Mr. Fuji April Hunter
Nicknames of Jeff Jarrett:
The Chosen One
The King of the Mountain
Jeff Jarrett is currently a minority owner and vice president of Total Nonstop Action Wrestling.
Jeff Jarrett's Accomplishments and Championships
American Wrestling Association AWA Rookie of the Year award in 1986 AWA Southern Tag Team Championship (4 times) – with Billy Travis (3) and Pat Tanaka (1)
Continental Wrestling Association CWA Heavyweight Championship (1 time) CWA International Tag Team Championship (2 time) - with Pat Tanaka (1) and Paul Diamond (1)
NWA Cyberspace Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
Total Nonstop Action Wrestling
NWA World Heavyweight Championship (6 times) TNA King of the Mountain (2 times - 2004 & 2006)
United States Wrestling Association
USWA Heavyweight Championship (1 time) USWA Southern Heavyweight Championship (9 times) USWA Tag Team Championship (15 times) - with Matt Borne (2), Jeff Gaylord (2), Cody Michaels (1), Jerry Lawler (4), Robert Fuller (4), and Brian Christopher (2)
World Championship Wrestling
WCW United States Heavyweight Championship (3 times) WCW World Heavyweight Championship (4 times)
World Class Wrestling Association WCWA Tag Team Championship (3 times) - with Kerry Von Erich (1), Mil Mascaras (1), and Matt Borne (1)
World Series Wrestling WSW Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
World Wrestling All-Stars
WWA World Heavyweight Championship (2 times) – Second reign unifying title with NWA World Heavyweight Championship
World Wrestling Entertainment (1990s) NWA North American Heavyweight Championship (1 time)1 WWE European Championship (1 time) WWE Intercontinental Championship (6 times) WWE World Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with Owen Hart
Wrestling Observer Newsletter Feud of the Year award in 1992 – with Jerry Lawler vs. The Moondogs Most Overrated Wrestler award in 2005
Pro Wrestling Illustrated
PWI Feud of the Year (1987)with Jerry Lawler vs. the Moondogs
PWI Most Inspirational Wrestler of the Year (2007)
PWI ranked him #5 of the top 500 singles wrestlers in the PWI 500 in 2000.
(Cross the Line Commercial)
Jeff Jarrett: Success is a relative term. I been a World Champion everywhere I been. But, I cross the line, and left it all behind. To follow my heart. I had a dream and founded TNA. The dream became a reality. The reality a phenomenon. But the journey have been tough. Challenging, at times nearly debilitating. During the darkest times, I've persevered and learned one important lesson: Adversity introduces a man to himself.
(Jeff Jarrett comes out and after Kurt Angle talked about what he was going to do with Jeff's three daughters) Jeff Jarrett: (to Kurt Angle) You are a worthless son of a b*tch and you know it! I heard that sh*t for the last time!
Jeff Jarrett: I was always taught that a woman's place was in the kitchen, barefoot and pregnant. And I'm a firm believer in that.
Jeff Jarrett: I'm gonna play a tune on your soul.
(WWE RAW Owen Hart tribute show 1999)
Jeff Jarrett: In this business, I guess you got a lot of acquaintances but very few friends. And Owen, he was one of those friends. He did a lot of funny stories, his personality, the things he used to do....and I told my wife a bunch of times about the last couple months I've been with Owen on the road....I see Owen more than I see her and my little girl. And he said the same thing. And now that he's not here, it's....you look at it almost selfishly. Owen, my buddy, my friend, not with me anymore. I know Owen's in a better place, life isn't cutting up. But when you really think about Owen's life, I think about integrity. Because in this business...it's cold, it's callous, it's selfish, it's self-serving, it's unrealistic, it's a fantasy world. But Owen was real. He was a man's man. His wife and kids.....are 3 of the luckiest people in the world, because he loved them more than anything in the world. And that's why he did what he did -- to provide for them. And he did it with integrity, and integrity in this business is few and far between. That's not a good thing to know, but it's the truth. And outside all of the laughs....because on the road, without the laughs, you know.....the fans get to see Owen 10-15 minutes a week, but when you see him 24 hours a day for 10 or 12 days at a time, he's one of the guys that made it fun. Made coming to work entertaining off the camera, and that's just as important as on the camera. Owen........I'll make the promise to you. 'Cause you've got 2 little kids and I've got a little one of my own, as they grow older, the only thing that they might have to find out what their dad was like is wrestling films. But I'll make the promise to myself...as the years go by, I'll do my best to let Oje and Athena really know what a great man you were, Owen. That's it...I can't....I don't know....
Jeff Jarrett: It doesn't get any better than me.
Jeff Jarrett: I demand respect.
Jeff Jarrett: Don't piss me off!
Jeff Jarrett: J-E-double F J-A-double R-E-double T. Double J, Jeff Jarrett.
Jeff Jarrett: I've got just three words: ain't I great?
Jeff Jarrett: Don't hate the player, hate the game.
Jeff Jarrett: Listen up, Slapnutz!
Jeff Jarrett: I am the Chosen One!
Jeff Jarrett: I said when TNA came to Spike TV, I would be the champion, and I am!
Jeff Jarrett:You know who's screwing me? TNA Management!
Jeff Jarrett: Welcome to Planet Jarrett!
Jeff Jarrett: I am the King of the Mountain!