Jeff Jarrett Returns To WWE In Executive Position

Will be heading up live events

Jeff Jarrett is back with WWE, taking on a high-level executive position, according to a report from PWInsider.

Per the report, Jarrett will be working in the company's live event (house show) department. One source has described it as Jarrett "taking over" the live event department.

Jarrett will reportedly start in his new position next week.

After many years of estrangement from WWE, Jarrett was inducted into their Hall of Fame in 2018. The following year, Jarrett signed on with the company as a producer, and even wrestled a few matches (including an appearance in that year's men's Royal Rumble match). Jarrett soon after took a role in WWE's live events department, but when COVID put touring on hold, Jarrett quietly exited the company.

In recent times, Jarrett has gotten into podcasting, co-hosting the My World with Jeff Jarrett podcast with Conrad Thompson. The 54-year-old Jarrett also performed for Game Changer Wrestling, defeating Effy at the company's The Wrld on GCW pay-per-view in January. Since then, Jarrett has made appearances with both the NWA and AAA.

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