John Pollock from Live Audio Wrestling is reporting that TNA co-founder Jeff Jarrett met with officials from Anthem Sports & Entertainment last week although no specifics from this meeting were revealed.
Anthem now is the company which is pumping money to keep TNA alive and pretty much is considered the majority owner of TNA for all intents and purposes.
Pollock says that as of today, there’s no agreement for Jarrett to return to TNA although him returning is not out of the question at this point. Jarrett mainly met with the man who’s running day-to-day operations at TNA, Anthem Executive Vice President Ed Nordholm.
Jeff Jarrett had quite a history with TNA, first co-founding the company with his father in 2001, then resigned in 2012. In 2015, while still a minority owner, he returned for a few weeks to promote his Global Force Wrestling company. Jarrett’s return came with a price though as he sold his minority share to Dixie Carter.