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Brian Hebner shares whether or not he feels Jeff Jarrett caused TNA's decline

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On this week's "Refin' It Up with Brian Hebner," Hebner was asked if he feels the criticism that Jeff Jarrett receives for the decline of TNA is warranted.

Hebner said, "I don't know exactly what truly happened and didn't happen, and whatever that may be. But ultimately, in my opinion, I think we all, no matter what, have to go back to the mismanagement run by Dixie Carter."

"People want to put blame on other places, and people want to put blame wherever it may be. I think Dixie, and her true heart that she has, did the best that she could do without much of a wrestling background and without much of a wrestling mind."

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"You know, I just think that it all crumbled down on her because she was a mark. That's basically what it is. She was a mark and I guess just didn't get it," he said.

"So to answer your question, I'm not the guy to ask unless you just want an opinion, which opinions are like a**holes. Everybody's got one. Is Jeff the downfall of TNA? No, I don't think that. Absolutely not."

If you use any portion of the quotes from this article please credit "Refin' It Up" with a h/t to WrestlingNews.co for the transcription.