Jeff Jarrett was surprisingly welcomed to WWE in 2018 via a Hall of Fame induction.
After the third-generation promoter didn't fix the fence with Vince McMahon over his controversial jump to WCW during the Attitude Era, he began working for WWE again a year later.
Jarrett served as a producer and member of the creative team until his exit from the company in 2021. Then a few months back he made another surprise return as the Senior Vice President of Live Events for WWE.
This did not last very long. PWInsider reports that Jarrett recently "fired" the position and the company. His exit was confirmed by the site, with some of his sources indicating that Double-J ended last Friday (August 19).
No details on how it went down, though I'm sure we'll find Jeff's version in an upcoming edition of his My World podcast.
There is clear speculation that Jarrett's departure is somehow related to the ongoing major management shake-up in WWE since Vince's resignation last month.
As far as we knew, Jarrett has a good relationship with Triple H. But there are a lot of tricks going on behind the scenes in WWE at the moment, which might not matter.
Or maybe Jarrett sees greener pastures elsewhere? He's already in business with Conrad Thompson's podcast network, was a big part of Conrad-promoted Ric Flair's Last Match show.