Since there has been no announcement, a lot of fans are under the assumption that Jeff Jarrett is not working on his roster. That is simply not the case. It has now been revealed that GFW has reached out to several of the top independent wrestlers to negotiate deals with them. Some have already signed, but Global Force Wrestling is not ready to make the announcement just yet. They want to build a deeper pool of talent first.
April 14, 2015
With fans eagerly awaiting every new announcement, Jeff Jarrett has revealed that he has been in negotiations with three different television networks in regards to airing a weekly show for GFW. The former world heavyweight champion is already planning on taping shows in June, so that means that a deal will more than likely be closed by then. Jarrett did not reveal the names of the network, which is customary in the business.
April 12, 2015
When it comes to being booked on the independent wrestling circuit, Jeff Jarrett has the best of both worlds. Not only does he get to perform for fans and be paid rather handsomely for it, he also gets the opportunity to recruit wrestlers to join GFW. In May, he is working a show in California that will also feature Carlito. The two of them are expected to have a little discussion about doing business together later on this year.
April 2, 2015
Since he was the man that helped to popularize the X division in TNA, Jeff Jarrett is a big fan of the fast paced and high impact style of wrestling. He believes that it should definitely be a part of his shows. That is why Evan Bourne is said to be on his radar. Jarrett feels that the former WWE star can use high flying style of wrestling and help generate immediately excitement for GFW. Jarrett has been looking around for talent to sign.
March 4, 2015
While an extremely motivated Jeff Jarrett continues to work on getting a television deal for his new promotion, there have been a ton of speculations as to the details of GFW. Rumors surfaced recently that the voice of the promotion will be a very familiar one to longtime wrestling fans. It is being said that Jarrett is hoping to bring together Jim Ross and Mike Tenay as his broadcasting team. He tried teaming them up for New Japan in January.
February 26, 2015
Ever since their first pay per view in January, fans have been clamoring for news on the progress of GFW. Jeff Jarrett had been pretty quiet because he was busy wrapping up the post promotional work for the event. During a recently released video, Jarrett did provide another exciting details for the fans that have been waiting for another promotion to come shake up the industry. Global Force Wrestling has been confirmed to be based in Las Vegas.
February 24, 2015
During a recent interview, Jeff Jarrett revealed that he watches every wrestling show that is on television. He even catches footage online as well. Unlike Vince McMahon, Jarrett admits that he keeps up with the competition because it is the smart thing to do. When asked about the WWE developmental program, Jarrett acknowledges that he is a fan of NXT. He cites Kevin Owens as his favorite performer on that roster.
February 21, 2015
A lot of rumors have been swirling around GFW since their first announcement. You can rule out the one about Vince Russo joining the company as the lead writer. During a recent interview, Jeff Jarrett flat out stated that he would not hire Russo at this point in time. The belief is that Jarrett does not want the negative connotation that surrounds Russo to affect the chance of Global Force Wrestling being accepted by the fans from the start.
February 14, 2015
Since we have not seen a GFW announcement recently, there are many fans who are under the assumption that Jeff Jarrett is struggling to launch his new promotion. That does not appear to be the case. Even thought the pay per view took place on January 4, Jarrett has been busy finishing up the post show promotional work. He is now expected to focus again on finding a television contract and securing some talent for his roster.
February 11, 2015
For those of you that are wondering, Jim Ross is still not on great terms with WWE. In addition to him helping out Jeff Jarrett at the first GFW pay per view, management is also still blocking their former commentator from having contracted performers doing his podcast interviews. A fan recently asked Ross if he had any plans on interviewing Kane, and the hall of fame announcer revealed that he was still not allowed to talk to their performers.
February 2, 2015