Jeff Jarrett Still Shareholder In TNA Wrestling

The Tennessean ran a feature article on Jeff Jarrett’s new Global Force Wrestling promotion. It’s noted that Jarrett is still the largest shareholder of TNA Wrestling outside of Panda Energy (Editor’s note: Jarrett owns 29% of TNA and Panda owns the other 71%). He doesn’t feel the launch of a new promotion is a conflict of interest.

Click here to read the piece in its entirety.

Jarrett resigned from his position with TNA Wrestling last year in order to launch the new promotion. We plan on covering Global Force Wrestling from the start as you can bookmark GlobalForceNews.com for the latest.

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  • Venom

    I gotta say, this is the perfect example of the phrase “it’s a free country”. This is actually something Vince McMahon could have done when he bought WCW. It’s like Pepsi owning Coke or when originally Adobe bought Macromedia. Some people are loyal to a brand despite it owning or being owned by its “competition”.