Even as a full-time performer Jeff Jarrett was never afraid to shake things up and move across wrestling’s great divide. Back in the 1990’s, Jarrett switched from the WWF to WCW, then back to the WWF, before heading to WCW one more time in 1999. With that in mind, perhaps no one should be surprised that he is now All Elite.
Jeff Jarrett has had quite the year. The former Intercontinental Champion returned to WWE on a full-time basis in May, working as Senior Vice President of Live Events. Outside of this role, he also featured on-screen, serving as special guest referee for the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Title match between The Usos and the Street Profits at SummerSlam.
However, over the same weekend, Jarrett also laced up his boots to take part in Ric Flair’s final match, teaming with Jay Lethal to take on the Nature Boy and Andrade El Idolo.
Jeff Jarrett Is All Elite
The Wall Hall of Famer left his position with the company in August and had been quiet about his next move. That is until he arrived on the November 2nd episode of AEW Dynamite and smashed his trademark guitar over the head of Darby Allin. The former TNT Champion had just been defeated by Jay Lethal after interference from Satnam Singh and Cole Karter who was dressed as Sting.
Jarrett then arrived on the scene to level Allin, telling the star that his alliance with Sting was his greatest weakness.
AEW President Tony Khan later confirmed that Jeff Jarrett had joined the company as Director of Business Development.
Jeff Jarrett is All Elite! pic.twitter.com/CSncHam8U0
— Tony Khan (@TonyKhan) November 3, 2022
In his own post on social media, Jarrett said that he was excited for what was to come, both on-screen and behind the camera.
Elsewhere on Dynamite, Colt Cabana wrestled on the show for the first time in more than a year.