Jeff Jarrett was interviewed on "Main Event Madness Radio" this week, which you can check out by clicking here. They sent us these highlights from the interview:
His greatest in-ring accomplishment:
"Inside the ring, you know, it goes without saying, anybody that's ever laced up a pair of boots, anyone that's wanted to be a professional wrestler that became a professional wrestler, they want to be world champion. So when I reached that goal, I was very, very happy. Every world title I've ever won was a proud moment, the first time I won the Intercontinental title back in '95, I really enjoyed that. When I look back on my career, you have different phases of your career, and I enjoyed my time and series of matches with Shawn Michaels. Just a couple years ago my series of matches with Kurt Angle... those are some of the highlights."
If he thought TNA would last as long as it has when it started:
"I've been asked that question several different ways, when anybody starts a business, you envision it being around for a long time. Nobody starts a business and says, 'hey I'm gonna be around for a month or two.' So absolutely, I did everything in my power and was very pleased with my time in TNA."
Jeff also talked about GFW's WrestleKingdom 9 event in January and scenarios surrounding it, Global Force Wrestling's short-term and long-term future and more. You can check out the full episode by clicking here.