The Nebraska Cornhuskers and Tennessee Volunteers will be treated to a night of bowl entertainment unlike any other on Wednesday, Dec. 28 when they attend a private Global Force Wrestling show as part of their itinerary for the 19th Annual Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl. GFW is the first wrestling promotion ever to partner with a bowl game. GFW founder and CEO Jeff Jarrett has a special card planned, including appearances by wrestling legends Road Warrior Animal and Jim Cornette. In addition to the players and coaches, some wounded veterans from the Tennessee National Guard Military and Family Readiness
Global Force Wrestling founder and CEO Jeff Jarrett appeared on “The Ric Flair Show” that dropped on Wednesday night. You can listen to the podcast here. Double J and the Nature Boy touched on subjects such as the current state of GFW, the new NEX*GEN champion and the future of pro wrestling. Fans already are weighing in on Jarrett’s appearance with Flair and his co-host, Conrad Thompson. Wow! @HeyHeyItsConrad and @RicFlairNatrBoy got the elusive Chosen One @RealJeffJarrett on @MLW 's @RicFlairShow 🙌👌👍👀 yeeees. Aint it great? — LiveWire Corey Coxx (@CoreyCoxx) December 1, 2016 He sure is, Slapnuts! https://t.co/Vrv2T9FFK9 —
Global Force Wrestling founder and CEO Jeff Jarrett headlines a night of fast-paced action in Portland, Tennessee, on Saturday, Dec. 10 to benefit Moon Ranch Adventures, a camp for families affected by childhood cancer. Jarrett has visited the Moon Ranch and was eager to help. You can read his thoughts on the event as well as find details about the entire card in this story that appeared in The Tennessean. Jeff Jarrett with Moon Ranch founder, dedicated to helping families affected by childhood cancer. Big event 12/10 in Portland, TN. pic.twitter.com/sgIK17fs7f — GFW (@GFWWrestling) December 1, 2016 Bell time is
Global Force Wrestling will have a tournament to determine new tag team champions. The Bollywood Boyz, who won the belts on Oct. 23, 2015, in Las Vegas to become the first GFW tag champs, have vacated the titles. Gurv and Harv Sihra, who were discovered by GFW founder and CEO Jeff Jarrett when he ran the Ring Ka King promotion in India in 2012, have joined NXT. More details will be announced regarding the tournament at www.globalforcewrestling.com in the coming weeks. GFW wishes the Bollywood Boyz well in their NXT endeavor.
Cody Rhodes beat Sonjay Dutt to win the Global Force Wrestling NEX*GEN Championship on Friday night in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, in front of a sellout crowd at WrestleCade’s “Showcase of Champions.” Rhodes is the third man to hold the NEX*GEN title. Dutt won it from PJ Black at this same event one year ago. …the places you'll go, the people you'll meet… Very special night pic.twitter.com/ZqX1bjF4yq — Cody Rhodes (@CodyRhodes) November 26, 2016 GFW founder and CEO Jeff Jarrett witnessed the historic event. “Sonjay and Cody had a heckuva match,” Jarrett said. “Sonjay has been a great ambassador for GFW
Global Force Wrestling founder and CEO Jeff Jarrett appeared on GFW Global champion Nick Aldis’ new podcast, “Inside Pro Wrestling,” on Monday. The longtime friends touched on a variety of subjects including their travels around the world, the latest on Global Force, Jerry Lawler and lots more. IPWP: @RealJeffJarrett Available NOW: His thoughts on TNA, Russo, Lawler, his father being prepped to run WWE & more https://t.co/zr4Tv9Zr3G — Nick Aldis (@MagnusOfficial) August 30, 2016 You can listen to the show here.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Global Force Wrestling will partner with the Tennessee State Fair to provide action-packed professional wrestling on the midway on each night of the fair, from Sept. 9-18. The Fairgrounds in Nashville has a long and storied history with professional wrestling and with GFW co-founder Jeff Jarrett, and he’s proud to bring his new brand home. “I can’t tell you how excited we are to be involved with the Tennessee State Fair,” Jarrett said. “I’ve been to the fair as a kid, I’ve brought my kids, and I’ve wrestled here literally hundreds of times. “Wrestling’s roots are in
Global Force Wrestling founder and CEO Jeff Jarrett appeared on Fox’s “The Wrestling Compdadres Slamcast!” on Friday to talk not only GFW but all things wrestling. BONUS EPISODE! @RealJeffJarrett! We talk GFW, McMahon, Balor, & more! SUBSCRIBE on iTunes: https://t.co/fklARGQdwG pic.twitter.com/esyPSb7Lq1 — Wrestling Compadres (@FOXCompadres) August 26, 2016 Jarrett appeared with hosts Scott Narver, Carrlyn Bathe and Dale Rutledge live in studio in Los Angeles. He already was in Southern California to meet with media and television executives. Jarrett also stopped by the offices of A. Smith & Co. Productions, GFW’s TV partner, which produces such shows as “American Ninja
Hermie Sadler was one of the first to join the Board of Directors for Global Force Wrestling, and he was happy to talk about GFW and his role with the promotion in a recent interview with Fox Sports. Sadler is a NASCAR reporter for Fox, covering pit road for FS1 in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and NASCAR Xfinity Series. He’s also a lifelong wrestling fan who goes back several years with GFW co-founders Jeff and Karen Jarrett. You can read the interview here.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Global Force Wrestling will become the first-ever wrestling promotion to partner with a college football bowl game when it provides a night of entertainment for the teams at the Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl. At this private event, players, coaches and team officials will have a chance for a meet and greet with GFW co-founders Jeff and Karen Jarrett, Hall of Famer Scott Hall and other wrestlers and then settle in for an exciting card of wrestling action. “Give all of the credit to the folks at the Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl,” Jeff Jarrett