Jeff Jarrett is the latest star from the world to join Conrad Thompson’s network of podcasts with his ‘My World’ show announced for AdFreeShows.com.
The new show drops for the first time on May 4th with the topic of that inaugural episode still to be announced. Jeff Jarrett has a long and storied career in the wrestling business. Jarrett’s family were lynchpins of wrestling in Memphis, where Jeff got his start.
Since then Jarrett has spent his days working hard on the go for the then-World Wrestling Federation and WCW. Before founding NWA: Total Non-Stop Action in 2002 with his father, Jerry. Jarrett also started Global Force Wrestling and had runs in AAA and NJPW where ‘The Chosen One’ joined Bullet Club.
A press release confirmed that ‘My World’ will be released every Tuesday on AdFreeShows.com, and will also be available wherever else podcasts can be found.
In the press release Conrad Thompson is quoted as saying:
“For years I’ve been asked ‘If I could do a podcast with anyone in wrestling today, who would it be?’ And I’ve always been consistent that one of those names is Jeff Jarrett. If Jarrett’s life was a movie script, no one would believe it. I can’t wait to dive into Jeff’s story and hear directly from one of the most accomplished and controversial people to ever be in the wrestling business. ‘My World’ is going to be a can’t miss podcast.”
“‘The King Of The Mountain’ and ‘The Podfather’ finally coming together. I’ve been aware of Conrad for quite some time now, and he’s obviously a skilled interviewer with great passion for the wrestling business. He not only does his homework but asks the questions the fans really want to know the most.”
“I can’t wait to get started on May 4.”
Conrad Thompson already has a stellar podcast line-up that began with Something To Wrestle With Bruce Prichard in 2016. Thompsons also hosts podcasts with AEW’s Arn Anderson, Jim Ross, and Tony Schiavone. His stable of podcasts is rounded out with shows featuring Eric Bischoff and Kurt Angle.
Jeff Jarrett entered the WWE Hall Of Fame in 2018. He began working as a backstage producer for WWE in 2019 before moving into a role on the creative team.