Jeff Jarrett Debuts On AEW Dynamite, Attacks Darby Allin

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Jeff Jarrett debuted on AEW Dynamite on Wednesday night in Baltimore, attacking Darby Allin following the opening match.

Allin lost to Jay Lethal following interference from Factory member Cole Karter (who was dressed as Sting). Karter, Lethal, Sonjay Dutt, and Satnam Singh were leaving ringside together when Sting's music hit and the lights dimmed. But instead of Sting appearing, Jarrett crept into the ring behind Allin and smashed him with a guitar, busting him open.

Jarrett (who was dressed in the "Last Outlaw" attire that he debuted during his angle with Game Changer Wrestling) then cut a promo on Allin, AEW and the fans.

Jarrett has previous connections with Lethal and Dutt, having worked with them in TNA during the 2000s (Jarrett also teamed with Lethal in the main event of Ric Flair's Final Match, losing to Flair and Andrade el Idolo). Jarrett had also feuded with Sting in both WCW and TNA.

In recent years, Jarrett worked on and off with WWE, taking on the role of Senior Vice President of Live Events in 2022, while serving as a guest referee at SummerSlam. Jarrett left WWE in August.

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