Jeff Jarrett will not Enter WWE Hall Of Fame 2018
Jeff Jarrett could be introduced as a member of WWE Hall Of Fame this year, according to journalist Mike Johnson of PWInsider.com. However, that rumor is false, The option has gained much force in the last hours since Jarrett has finished a treatment against his alcoholism a few weeks ago and paid by the company.
However, the Sportskeeda portal denied the rumor by putting on the table some statements that the PWInsider journalist himself stated: he could neither confirm nor deny that Jarrett was being considered as a member of the company’s Hall of Fame. However, Jarrett had many controversies during his stay at the company McMahon, so his nomination was strange.
Jarrett has been a six-time WWE intercontinental champion, once a tag team champion and a WWE European champion. Jeff Jarrett also excelled in the defunct WCW, where he was 3-times United States champion and4-times World Heavyweight champion.
WWE has confirmed Bill Goldberg, The Dudley Boyz and Ivory as Hall of Fame nominees for the 2018 company. Other names that are rumored, but have not been confirmed for this year are Mark Henry, the late Bam Bam Bigelow and Kid Rock in the celebrity category. The event will be held on Friday, April 6 at the Smoothie King Center in New Orleans