Jeff Jarrett will be on hand to scout talent for the Lucha Libre World Cup. Fans can tune on in iPPV this Sunday by visiting Click here for the English version of the website. Leading up to (and during) the event, you can use the hashtag #VictoriaWorldCup to join in on the conversation on twitter. Here is the offical poster for the event:

For Immediate Release May 21, 2015 Jeff Jarrett to scout talent at Lucha Libre World Cup NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Victoria Beer, Mexico’s oldest beer brand, has extended an invitation to GFW CEO and founder Jeff Jarrett to attend the inaugural Lucha Libre World Cup in Mexico City on Sunday, May 24. Jarrett will be able to scout talent from around the world at the famed Palacio de los Deportes. Wrestlers representing AAA, ROH, TNA, All-Japan Pro, Pro Wrestling NOAH, Mexico and “the rest of the world” will compete in three-man teams. Jarrett, a guest of event sponsor Victoria Beer, will

In the latest edition of “Sound off with Chael Sonnen,” Chael talks about having an interest in wrestling his whole life. Some fans might be surprised to find out that Chael trained at the WCW Power Plant in the late 1990s. Check out the latest installment below:

In the latest “Sound off with Chael Sonnen,” Chael talks about how Jim Ross made it possible for him to connect with Jeff Jarrett and get involved with Global Force Wrestling.

In part two of “Sound of with Chael Sonnen,” Chael discuesses the similarities and differences between the Jarretts and the McMahons.

Former UFC Light Heavyweigh Chael Sonnen was recently interviewed by Dave Meltzer at and Sonnen spoke about his new role as an expert analyst for Global Force Wrestling and how the pieces fell into place for him to come to GFW. Sonnen, who also works for ESPN as an MMA analyst, spoke about his first conversation with GFW Founder Jeff Jarrett. “I had Jeff on the phone, and he said, `I don’t know who you are. I’ve heard of Dana White and I don’t watch the product, but my Vice President, Kevin Sullivan, said you’d be great and I’m taking

The Jarrett family and Nashville wrestling go hand and hand. The Tennessean takes a look back at the history of wrestling in Nashville and looks at the future of Global Force Wrestling. Read the article.  

Global Force Wrestling founder and CEO, Jeff Jarrett, will be a featured guest on this Sunday. What’s next for GFW? The rumors have been swirling and this Sunday you’ll find out the latest! Plus, “The King of The Mountain” has been asked to serve as SBNation’s guest analyst for this Sunday’s Wrestlemania. Jarrett previews Wrestlemania here. Check out during the event on Sunday for his match by match analysis.

The Bullet Club again staked its claim as the most powerful faction in professional wrestling by winning back all of their belts in New Japan Pro-Wrestling at “The New Beginning” event on Feb. 11 in Osaka. The Bullet Club had emerged from the huge Wrestle Kingdom 9 event on Jan. 4 with a mixed bag of results. While Kenny Omega won the IWGP junior heavyweight title, the Young Bucks couldn’t recapture their IWGP junior tag team titles, and Gallows and Gun saw their yearlong reign as IGWP world tag team champs come to a surprising end. But New Beginning was

Jim Ross made his long awaited return to wrestling on January 4 at  Wrestle Kingdom 9. In the days following #WK9, JR spoke with Kenny Herzog of Rolling Stone about Global Force Wrestling, what it takes to make someone “a draw,” and more! Here’s the article And remember, you can still watch the critically acclaimed Wrestle Kingdom 9 on PPV, VOD, and Flipps!