During a recent appearance on the “Muscle Man Malcolm” podcast, WWE Hall of Famer Jeff Jarrett commented on his future in-ring plans in wrestling, attending a recent WWE live event, and more.
You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:
On his future in-ring plans in wrestling and his expectations to wrestle again this year: “I’m really taking that sort of one opportunity at a time. The Game Changer situation came about after — a lot of people think that was a month or two discussion. Actually, they had been in contact with me for multiple years and it just never lined up, but I thought the opportunity came about at the right time, beginning of 2022, you know, January 1, I appeared for those guys, culminating at the Hammerstein Ballroom and then EFFY, and I’ve gone on record multiple times how what I think of him is a talent. So I don’t think it’s the last you’ve seen of the last outlaw. But I’m certainly picking my spots and opportunities, lots going on in my world, so to speak.”
On attending a recent WWE live event: “I was just at a WWE live event. The reason I was in Springfield, Illinois was for the Lucky Horseshoes baseball team, that I’m a part of the ownership group which has really, really taken off in so many shapes, forms, and fashions. Then, just last week, I did my first PR hit with Moonsault Digital, It’s a transmedia digital agency that the founder of Mega Cat Studios, based out of Pittsburgh, me and him had been basically doing a lot of talking and a lot of what-ifs and we decided to launch an agency, part of I think it’s gonna go much more into that but you know, WrestleQuest.com, but you’re asking me is this the only time you’re gonna see me wrestle? I’ve got a lot of different avenues I’m taking right now, but no, I don’t think it’s the last time you see me in the ring this year.”
(h/t – Fightful)