WWE Hall Of Famer Jeff Jarrett has finished up with WWE.
PWInsider reports that Jarrett departed from his position as Senior Vice President of Live Events. The belief is that he finished up this past Friday but that is not 100 percent confirmed.
Jarrett was brought in to work as a Producer in 2019 and later as part of the creative team before moving up to an executive role. Jarrett was one of many employees furloughed during the pandemic and was brought back in May of this year to run the live events department.
Under Jarrett, live event ticket sales increased. Earlier this week the company touted record ticket sales for WrestleMania 39. Non-televised events have also seen an uptick in recent months.
Jarrett also hosts the "My World" podcast with Conrad Thompson on AdFreeShows.com and he is part owner of The Springfield Lucky Horseshoes Minor League Baseball team. Last month, Jarrett appeared in Ric Flair's Last Match with tag team partner Jay Lethal against Flair and Andrade El Idolo. The night prior, he was the special referee at SummerSlam for the Tag Team Title match between The Usos and The Street Profits.
Jarrett has not publicly commented on his exit from WWE.