By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Jeff Jarrett is reportedly back with TNA Wrestling. One day ago, Anthem Sports announced that they had acquired Impact Wrestling.
When they acquired the company, it was announced that Dixie Carter was out as Chairman of Impact Ventures. Billy Corgan was the president and also owner for a short time before he put a lawsuit against the company.
TNA Wrestling is reportedly taping shows this week. Those tapings are expected to be used through March.
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Carter will; however, stay on the Fight Network’s Advisory Board. She’ll also have a small stake in the company.
On Thursday, PW Insider reported that Jarrett will be rejoining the company that he helped start. In December, there was speculation that Jarrett may return to the company.
Jarrett is reportedly bringing in Zeb Colter (Dutch Mantel) with him. Colter worked with him during his first tenure, before running with Jack Swagger in the World Wrestling Entertainment for some time.
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Both Jarrett and Mental will be at the tapings. Jarrett is also to stay on as the founder of Global Force Wrestling.
He’s been trying to find a television company to host those tapings. He may also try to find a better home for TNA than Pop TV.
Previously, under Jarrett, they were on Spike TV.
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