Report: Jeff Jarrett Departs As WWE SVP Of Live Events

Jeff Jarrett departs WWE.

PWInsider reports that Jeff Jarrett is no longer with WWE as Senior Vice President of Live Events. Jarrett took on the role of SVP of Live Events in May.

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Jeff Jarrett has been involved on multiple fronts in the wrestling industry in 2022. At the start of the year, Jeff Jarrett competed against EFFY for GCW, EFFY has later referred to this as getting “the full Jeff Jarrett experience.”

Jeff competed against Ric Flair as part of his last match, teaming with Jay Lethal against Flair & Andrade El Idolo. The night before Flair's Last Match, Jeff Jarrett was the special guest referee at WWE SummerSlam for the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship match between The Usos (Jimmy & Jey Uso) and The Street Profits (Montez Ford & Angelo Dawkins).

Jarrett joined WWE in January 2019 as a producer before transitioning to the creative team in March. He then became an executive on the live events side before live events came to a halt due to the COVID pandemic, leading to Jarrett exiting the company.

Outside of his wrestling duties, Jeff Jarrett also has a podcast with Conrad Thompson on Ad-Free Shows entitled My World.

We will have more information on his departure as more information is made available

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