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Jeff Jarrett Believes Pro Wrestling Will Boom In The Next 12-24 Months

Posted By: Ben Jordan Kerin on Apr 25, 2023

Jeff Jarrett Believes Pro Wrestling Will Boom In The Next 12-24 Months

WWE Hall of Famer Jeff Jarrett believes the WWE-UFC merger under Endeavor and AEW announcing All In from Wembley Stadium in London is monumental and will see the rise of pro wrestling over the next 12-24 months. Jarrett said:

"Years ago, professional wrestling, we dip in and out of pop culture," Jarrett said. "And then WrestleMania continued to grow, but when you look at the entire scope of the industry now, it is mainstream in every facet that you can imagine. I truly believe that 12, 24 months from now... I think you're truly going to see professional wrestling, WWE, AEW go to another level because in so many ways, that merger... as far as the DNA of pop culture, the merger was announced and three days after that, [AEW] announced Wembley Stadium in London."

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β€” Ben Jordan Kerin Apr 25, 2023 11:28AM

Source: wrestlinginc.com
Tags: #wwe #aew #jeff jarrett

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