Over the weekend, Matt Hardy ran his annual WrestleCade event for the fourth straight year. In the main event, he lost the title to Jeff Jarrett, who becomes the second champion in the history of the promotion. The match was very notable because Hardy was bleeding profusely after a guitar shot. Jarrett was unable to make the guitar break completely, so Hardy took the blow at full force.
November 29, 2015
Back in August, rumors surfaced that Shawn Daivari was going to be headed to GFW. The only thing holding him back at the time was that he needed to see what the future of Lucha Underground had in store. Now that the promotion is staying in business, Daivari will not be joining Jeff Jarrett in Global Force Wrestling. Daivari has a contract that prevents him from appearing on television for another promotion.
October 31, 2015
On October 12, 2015, New Japan is doing their annual King of Pro Wrestling pay per view, and they have enlisted the aid of Matt Striker to do English commentary. Management has been putting more effort into reaching a potentially huge fan base in the United States. They tried that recently with their partnership with Jeff Jarrett and Jim Ross. The belief is that the heavily underrated Striker was chosen over Ross because his rate is not nearly as high.
October 2, 2015
There was some confusion within the internet wrestling community earlier today. Some thought that Dixie Carter was taking a jab at Jeff Jarrett through social media by saying that TNA is much better off without Jarrett. Some thought she was alluding to the fact that Jarrett sold his remaining shares in real life. Carter was actually referring to the invasion story line with GFW.
September 17, 2015
In a rather interesting development, it has now been revealed that Jeff Jarrett has sold his remaining shares of TNA. He no longer is a minority owner in the promotion. The agreement was part of the deal that he made with Dixie Carter when she agreed to do an invasion story line with GFW. Now, the Carter family can do whatever deals they want without having to worry about needing permission from Jarrett.
September 16, 2015
Since he has done it before, Jeff Jarrett knows what it takes to build up a business. You go for one victory at a time. GFW just scored their first victory. The promotion now has a television deal in England. Fans in that country will now be able to watch Amped thanks to a new deal between Global Force Wrestling and Boulder Creek International. Doing well overseas will help Jarrett leverage the networks in the United States.
September 14, 2015
In what might be quite the surprise to many, it is being said that Jeff Jarrett is much closer to getting a television deal for GFW in England than he is in the United States. Advertisers in America are not particular fond of professional wrestling, but the demographics in the United Kingdom are a bit different. Securing a television deal overseas and doing strong numbers would help Global Force Wrestling get a deal in the USA.
September 10, 2015
A big fuss was made by the internet wrestling community this week when it was discovered that GFW was canceling some upcoming shows in Texas. Word has now been released that the reason why the promotion canceled those events is because Jeff Jarrett needed to head over to England to negotiation potential television deals in that market. He does not want these shows to run without him being there to manage.
September 9, 2015
During a recent podcast interview with Steve Austin, Chael Sonnen revealed some rather interesting things about Jeff Jarrett and his ownership stake in TNA, which a lot of fans assume has been vanquished completely. Sonnen stated that Jarrett still owns more than 11% of the company. It is a sizable amount but not enough to where he can go in and control the board of directors or anything.
August 31, 2015