Jeff Jarrett

Jeff Jarrett checked himself into an in-patient rehabilitation facility on Wednesday according to reports by PWInsider.com and Pro Wrestling Sheet late tonight.

This comes 24 hours after a promoter in Canada claimed Jarrett showed up to an event last weekend intoxicated, with video showing Jarrett slurring his words on the microphone.

It’s been a rough week for Jarrett as Anthem and Impact Wrestling announced on Monday that they would be ending their relationship with Jarrett and GFW going forward.

The report by Ryan Satin stated that it appears to be WWE sponsored rehab.

On behalf of the entire staff here at Wrestleview.com, we would like to wish Jarrett a speedy recovery during this tough time.

26 COMMENTS

  1. I’ve always been a Double J fan. I hope he has a speedy recovery and ol’ Slapnuts gets back on track with pro wrestling in some capacity.

  2. True, but it would look really bad if word got out that they refused him after saying it was offered to any former employees who need it.

  3. As I came out of rehab on Saturday for alcohol dependency, I know it is one of the hardest and bravest things a person can do. I wish JJ well as he fights his demons. The fight he has now is tougher than anything he ever faced in the ring.

  4. Delighted to hear that he’s getting help, being in recovery is no cakewalk believe me, wish you all the best Double J.

  5. time heals wounds look at the warrior and the wwe for example or hart and the wwe. they may have had bad blood in the past but things can always be forgiven.

  6. Plus, if I remember right, wasn’t it always Vince’s wrongdoing? I mean he scheduled him on a PPV the day after his contract ended. Sure Jeff asked for money to wrestle it, but didn’t Vince own a calendar in 1999? If you can’t tell when a wrestler’s contract ends and when your PPV is scheduled, then it’s your own fault. Vince was always at fault for that one.

  7. That and I imagine that Vince, Triple H, and the crew wouldn’t want Jeff to die knowing they could’ve stepped in and offered a hand. I think they have that offer for any current or former talent as well.

  8. lol Well, I usually go by the standard “Never say never in wrestling”, but if there was a situation right now where I would feel at least somewhat comfortable in saying there’s not much hope of something happening, it’s CM Punk coming back to WWE.

  9. I think WWE would snap CM Punk’s hand off if he opened negotiations to come back, but I doubt Punk himself is interested at all at the minute. He saved his money, and seems like he’s not interested in wrestling anymore at all.

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