WWE cameras caught up with Road Dogg after it was announced that he is inducting Jeff Jarrett into the WWE Hall of Fame. Don’t miss the WWE Hall of Fame Ceremony, Friday April 6th on the WWE Network! Visit us

WWE Hall of Famer, Mick Foley, has known Jeff Jarrett for 30 years.  The Hardcore Legend took to Facebook to share his thoughts on Jeff Jarrett’s upcoming induction into the WWE Hall of Fame. Mick Foley’s Facebook Post.

Bobby Roode discusses Jeff Jarrett’s impact on the careers of today’s WWE Superstars.

Current WWE Champion, AJ Styles, gives his thoughts on Jeff Jarrett being inducted into the WWE Hall Of Fame.

WWE Superstar, Road Dogg, discusses Jeff Jarrett’s influence on his career. From their backgrounds in southern wrestling, all the way to the bright lights and big cities of WWE, Road Dogg credits Jarrett with teaching him sports entertainment and business. 

TMZ caught up with Jeff Jarrett following the WWE Hall of Fame announcement.

Forbes contributor, Alfred Konuwa, covered the WWE Hall of Fame announcement. “WWE officially announced Jeff Jarret’s 2018 Hall of Fame induction Monday as the former six-time Intercontinental champion instantly became the most unlikely inductee in the 2018 class, let alone

Global Force Wrestling founder, Jeff Jarrett, will be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame. Jarrett joins the 2018 Hall of Fame class; which includes Goldberg, The Dudley Boys, Ivory, Hillbilly Jim, Kid Rock, Mark Henry, and Warrior Award recipient

NBC Sports broke the news that Jeff Jarrett was being inducted into the WWE Hall Of Fame. “The phrase never say never is one that is used quite often in the world of professional wrestling…” NBC Sports Coverage.

The announcement that Jeff Jarrett was being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame received mainstream media coverage around the world, including this article from ESPN. “Six-time Intercontinental and four-time WCW world heavyweight champion Jeff Jarrett is bringing some more guitars to

“Spend my day working hard on the go…” The song and video that started a social media movement!  “With My Baby Tonight” debuted on WWE television in early 1995.  No one would have ever dreamed that it would be such a

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