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    i would bet anything on it. jeff is his own biggest fan and does have an ego of his own who thinks should have one as big as hhh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lonestarpunk View Post
    i would bet anything on it. jeff is his own biggest fan and does have an ego of his own who thinks should have one as big as hhh.
    I remember when at one time one could compare his, HHH's and JBL's ego and character.... Mirror images and thoughts and hatred and maybe even respect from the fans??
    We all judge others even if it isn't our place to judge, but supposedly at the end we are all judged by one!!!
    Wrestling, women and money who could ask for more???

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    Hopefully Jarrett and who ever else in charge of this promotion will establish a good and diverse main-event scene... There plenty of who's who of stars out there that isn't tied to TNA, WWE, or ROH....
    We all judge others even if it isn't our place to judge, but supposedly at the end we are all judged by one!!!
    Wrestling, women and money who could ask for more???

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    Quote Originally Posted by HCollins-TNA1 View Post
    I remember when at one time one could compare his, HHH's and JBL's ego and character.... Mirror images and thoughts and hatred and maybe even respect from the fans??
    I never cared what people thought about hhh. sure I can see what they mean by his ego but he sure knows how to put a match together, get people involved. he knows when to shift the match to second gear. he's no hbk and flair, but hbk is no flair and flair is no hbk. hhh is a good wrestler and a good performer. he knows how to wrestle a old school style.

    you know who else gave themselves many titles? the king.

  5. #15
    This reeks of a vanity project.
    Meet me beyond the emptiness
    And only then will you see
    All that you have in this world Is all that you need

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    Quote Originally Posted by lonestarpunk View Post
    i have no high hopes for this. just another wrestling company for jeff to focus himself in. give him more titles to hold because he wasnt worth anywhere else.
    every promoter put does that. only company that didn't was wwe. but every other promoter put themselves or there kids over really.

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    ecw didnt either and im sure there is a few. what has jeff done we should care a promotion he is starting? besides another wrestling promotion being out there.

    people always go on about competition. well, there is pwg that has been out there for years but i dont think they care to be in competition as they are just out to put on fun shows. fans still could go watch their stuff and become a fan. there is also dgusa, which people would have fun watching also. if pwg doesnt care, give dgusa a chance to be in the spot light over other promotions.

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    This just in -

    "
    Jeff Jarrett was involved in a physical altercation with 17 year old John Calvin last night, according to the Examiner. Calvin is the son of IWA – Mid South promoter Ian Rotten.
    The dispute stems from Rotten wanting to pay Jarrett what he was owed in “two to three days” as opposed to on the night. The report states Jarrett was enraged, he cursed out the locker room, before either slapping Rotten’s son or stealing his glasses and threatening to break them. Karen Jarrett was reportedly egging Jeff on and both appeared to be intoxicated.
    Ian Rotten has since stated on his official Facebook page that he will pay Jarrett but then immediately intends to contact the sheriff over assault on a minor. He also described Jarrett as “Some paranoid coked out raging idiot. Not saying he WAS coked out, but I will say he was drunk.”
    This is all very embarrassing for Jarrett, who was in the process of trying to court good publicity for the launch of his new Global Force Wrestling promotion. Granted, Rotten was in the wrong to not have the finances owed in order, but what does it say about Jarrett that he was so heavily intoxicated and aggressive? It’s plainly unprofessional and desperate. The fact he was so hyped up over what would have been a modest paycheque isn’t very encouraging for the finances of GFW, a company which will require huge investment.
    As this story develops, the publicity for Jarrett could get much worse, the GWF could be damaged before it even gets off the ground."

    Oh dear.


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    why is anyone still working shows for ian rotten.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thedag View Post
    every promoter put does that. only company that didn't was wwe. but every other promoter put themselves or there kids over really.
    WWF/WWE did partly put him over making him the #3 guy/Intercontinental champion of the company at one time... I would guess due to Vince's and Jerry's friendship??
    We all judge others even if it isn't our place to judge, but supposedly at the end we are all judged by one!!!
    Wrestling, women and money who could ask for more???

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