Jeff Jarrett

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Jeff Jarrett
Jeff Jarrett
Name Jeff Jarrett
Real name Jeffrey Leonard Jarrett
Nicknames Simply Irresistible, Double J, The Chosen One, The Great One, The King of the Mountain
Name history Jeff Jarrett (debut - ), Villano III (WCW/04/11/2000)
Family Jerry Jarrett (father), Karen Jarrett (wife)
Maestro(s) Jerry Jarrett
Birth date, location July 14, 1967 - Nashville, Tennessee, USA
Obituary date
Debut, location April 1986
Lost mask to
Height 5'10"/1.77m
Weight 230 lbs/104 kg
Signature moves Stroke, Figure-Four Leglock, "El Kabong" (guitar shot)
Titles: CWA (Memphis) International Tag Team Championship (2), Southern Tag Team Championship (4), NWA Mid-America Championship (5), World Class Light-Heavyweight Championship (2), CWA (Memphis) Heavyweight Championship, WCWA Tag Team Championship (3), CWA (Memphis) Tennessee Tag Team Championship, USWA Tag Team Championship (14), USWA Southern Heavyweight Championship (9), USWA Western States Tag Team Championship, USWA Unified World Championship (3), WWF Intercontinental Championship (6), PCW (Pennsylvania) United States Championship, WCW United States Heavyweight Championship (2), NWA North American Championship, WWF Tag Team Championship, WWF European Championship, WCW World Championship, World Wrestling All-Stars Heavyweight Championship (2), NWA World Heavyweight Championship (5), NWA Cyberspace Championship, World Series Wrestling (Australia) Heavyweight Championship, AAA Rey de Reyes, AAA World Heavyweight Championship (2)


A former wrestler of WWE & WCW, Jeff Jarrett is a co founder of TNA Wrestling. Established a working relationship with AAA which opened the door for each promotion to use each others wrestlers/luchadors on their events. As a wrestler, Jarrett made his debut for AAA on March 21, 2004, defeating Latin Lover to win the 2004 Rey de Reyes tournament. Jarrett worked as a rudo and joined La Legión Extranjera and later on La Sociedad. His style was to mock Mexico and Mexicans saying they were inferior to the U.S.A., calling them "basura" meaning trash. At TripleMania XIX, Jarrett defeated El Zorro to win the AAA World Heavyweight Championship. Had a long feud with LA Park before leaving TNA and creating his own promotion, Global Force Wrestling (GFW). With GFW, he did the same as with TNA and created a working relationship with AAA as well as NJPW & TNA itself. On May 24, 2015, Jeff Jarrett appeared at AAA's Lucha World Cup event on behalf of GFW. Jarrett provided English commentary during the semi-finals of the Cup and scouted talent for upcoming GFW events. Jeff returned to TNA as an executive and began a working relationship with The Crash promotion in Tijuana. He wrestled a match alongside Eli Drake and Brian Cage against Blue Demon Jr., Garza Jr. & Zorro.

Lucha de Apuestas Record

Date Apuesta Winner(s) Loser(s) Arena and/or Place
1998/08/30 hair X-Pac Jeff Jarrett Madison Square Garden- New York, New York, USA
2018/10/28 hair Rey Wagner Jeff Jarrett Gimnasio Miguel Hidalgo - Puebla, Puebla