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Bob Ryder Gets Into Heated Argument With The Jarretts At Final Impact Taping

Posted By: Dustin Frisch on Apr 25, 2017

Bob Ryder Gets Into Heated Argument With The Jarretts At Final Impact Taping

Mike Johnson over at PWinsider is saying the final Impact Wrestling tapings were pretty brutal. It is being described as a "loud and ugly argument" between Bob Ryder, Karen Jarrett, and Jeff Jarrett. The incident occured during the 4/23 tapings in Orlando, Florida. 

Sources are saying that Karen Jarrett confronted Ryder (who was timing out the show) and then began to get into an argument over a booking of a hotel room.  Shortly after Karen "dressed down Ryder", and left the scene. Several minutes later, Jeff Jarrett went on to loudly confront Ryder and told him to "not wait" and to leave the taping.    After his argument with Jeff Jarrett, Ryder packed up and left before completing his duties for the night.

He then got into another heated argument with the Jarretts before he got inside his car and leaving for the night. It's being noted that a lot of people felt sympathic for him as his health hasn't been too kind to him. 

People are saying that Ryder has been fired by the Jarretts, or that he had quit after his argument with Karen. PWInsider says that he has not been fired as he's been spotted working in the Impact office located in Nashville. Impact officials are working hard to keep this incident on the hush hush, and some close sources close to PWInsider denied this ever happening. 

Source: PWInsider
Tags: #impact wrestling #bob ryder #jeff jarrett #karen jarrett

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