Intergender wrestling is something professional wrestling is starting to do a lot more of, especially on the independent scene.
Of course, a big promotion such as WWE wouldn’t allow any sort of male-on-female violence to occur on their programming nowadays, but the smaller promotions that don’t have as big of a platform are still able to get away with it. WWE Hall Of Famer Jeff Jarrett was recently interviewed by The Mirror, and offered his thoughts on intergender wrestling.
Back in the 90s in WWE, Jarrett worked intergender matches with former Intercontinental Champion Chyna, so he has some first-hand experience with the subject. Jarrett believes that intergender wrestling should be treated as an attraction, and only be used on a case-by-case basis as opposed to making it the norm.
Jarrett also said that the style of match could have all the capabilities of stealing a show, but with the right talent of course:
“As a wrestling promoter, I believe that it has to be a unique, special situation. Inter gender matches should be treated on a case by case basis. If they become the norm then I don’t think it is interesting. But for sure, if done right with the right talent, they have the appeal of stealing the show.”