Jeff Jarrett On Intergender Matches Needing To Be Special, Ronda Rousey, More

WWE Hall of Famer Jeff Jarrett spoke about various topics in an interview with SportsKeeda. Here are the highlights.

Ronda Rousey:

“I truly think that Ronda is a unique talent, quite frankly she’s once in a lifetime, she’s the first female in the UFC Hall of Fame so you just sort of stop right there and realise what a special talent she is and they just don’t come around that often.”

Intergender wrestling:

“I think this is a very very specific case to case basis because I don’t think it’s fair if it was the worlds best female basketball player against Lebron James, that’s really not competitive. At the time of me and Chyna, Chyna was build so strong that the timing was right. [If you had] Intergender matches on a consistent basis I believe the specialty of that would diminish, but on occasion I think it’s a good opportunity.”

Returning to WWE:

“I’ve said multiple times, I will listen to all and any offers but you know, I take it one day at a time and see where it happens but WWE is a billion dollar or several billion dollar operation now, so they’re plenty busy now and everything outside of the WWE in the wrestling business is super busy so I’m just glad to play a small role in it.”