Jeff Jarrett promises change, discusses his role and whether he will appear on TNA Impact Wrestling television

Jeff Jarrett spoke with the Orlando Sentinel about his return to TNA Impact Wrestling. “[The first set of tapings] is going to be an exciting few days,” Jarrett said. “The one thing fans can expect is change.”

Jarrett indicated that he will not be returning to an on-camera role. “I’m a promoter and a businessman first, and I’ll have a lot of responsibility on my shoulders just doing that,” he said. “We have fantastic talent already here and I’m very excited to be a promoter, matchmaker, booker – whatever you want to call it – and a TV producer. Never say never, but I have zero plans to go on camera.” Read the full interview at

Powell’s POV: From a creative standpoint, creative was the least of the concerns with TNA in 2016. Some change is good and I am looking forward to seeing what they have in mind, perhaps starting with the official announcement of a name change. Jarrett also confirmed that Universal Studios will be the exclusive home to all taping events in 2017.

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