Karen Jarrett Unhappy With Jeff Jarrett Being TNA Hall Of Fame Snub; Tells Fans To Ask Dixie Carter Why Jeff Isn't At Slammiversary

Jeff Jarrett isn't in contention to be the first inductee into the TNA Hall of Fame tonight and his wife Karen is not happy about it. Karen has used her official Twitter account to continuously Re-Tweet anyone advocating Jeff for the TNA Hall of Fame.

Karen also noted neither her nor Jeff are at the pay-per-view and for fans to ask Dixie Carter why he's not there.

  • havoc525

    I would have gone with Jeff, or if they were going with someone on the WWE roster, use Killings. He was a pretty big deal in TNA.

  • LeftyTosser

    Not sure Christian or Jeff should be the first inductees, but Jeff should be in a first group. This isn't based in in ring work, but being a driving force behind TNA even existing. Jeff was only an upper mid card worker during his career, but it did take stones to do what he has done over the past several years keeping TNA alive. Christian on the other hand had great work in the ring, but he's not a TNA guy. If VKM let's him show up just imagine the spin he could put on another organization inducting one of his title holders in their HOA.

  • Dave Barton

    I've said it before, and I'll say it again. I believe the Jarrett family (Jerry and Jeff, and maybe even Eddie Marlin), should be inducted together.

  • bejealous

    Sigh who cares Karen it’s not a legit HOF

  • Big D

    I don't usually agree with Karen, but she makes a good point. I've also been asking the same question. Why wouldn't the two men who started the company be the first class of the hall of fame? And the rumor that it's Christian is even more of a head scratcher.

  • Abe

    cause we dont care, thats why he's not there

  • PhilT81

    It’s completely disrespectful to the TNA founder and minority shareholder.

  • Wes

    While I hate double j he should be first in without him no TNA, at same time Karen should keep her mouth shut without Jeff or Kurt she wouldn’t even be relivent anyways she should just shut up

    • Patrick_Peralta

      Karen has every right to complain…TNA would not be around if it wasn't for Jeff Jarrett and his father starting the company…. as for why he is not at the PPV they haven't been seen inmonths since Sting fired them so why should he be there.

  • Ricky

    Isn't Jeff the same guy who decided not to be at TNA's first live TV taping? All I remember with Jeff was him putting the NWA/TNA belt on himself instead of more worthy people. TNA doesn't want to put him in their "Hall of Fame" then more power to them. Again TNA's biggest PPV and guess who isn't there. THAT GUY!

  • Jitters84

    Jeff is a founder of TNA.. Im sorry. But this just goes to show Why TNA is in the shape that it is..

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  • Rob Deer

    Really people? A HOF should be for retired people, heck Vinnie Macisnt even in his own HOF.

  • _JIM_

    Him coming back and complaining about not being the first inductee into their H.O.F. sounds like a story-line to me. Something to get Jeff back on TV after being gone for so long. Sounds to me like something TNA would do.

    • Dave Barton

      While I don't disagree with your thought process, I have to say…

      "Just what we need, another Sting vs Jarrett feud!"

  • Levi Aldebol

    I would think that if anyone would be in the TNA HOF, if would be the company's founder, Jeff Jarrett. Makes me wonder what is going on in that company.

  • A.C.

    I used to be a big TNA fan, USED to be. I love Sting, A. J. Styles, James Storm, Bobby Roode, Matt Morgan, Mickie James, Velvet Sky, and most of the rest of the roster, but Hogan and Bischoff are destroying it and Dixie is practically encouraging this destruction. If it weren't for Jeff and Jerry Jarrett there would be no TNA. What a slap in the face! Also, Slammiversary is NOT the same without the King Of The Mountain Match, which is not only unique, but the coolest match ever invented. If TNA doesn't get back to its roots soon, I'm going to be chanting "PEOPLE POWER!"