Jay Lethal is a true veteran of the world of professional wrestling after competing for over twenty years. He established himself as one of the X-Division stars at TNA and later became one of the top talents at ROH. Jeff Jarrett seems to have a high opinion of Jay Lethal.
With the release of all of his talents in order for Ring of Honor to be fully overhauled, Jay Lethal became a free agent. Lethal then shook the world as he made his debut in AEW Full Gear.
Jim Cornett has previously said that Tony Khan has finally done something right by signing Jay Lethal to AEW. He blasted WWE for letting AEW sign Jay Lethal in the first place.
When talking with Andrew Donnelly of Wrestle InterestJeff Jarrett was asked which pro wrestlers had not yet reached the top of the business. Jarrett mentioned Jay Lethal and said he believes Lethal can compete in the upper echelons of business.
“It’s probably the perfect timing, and I don’t want to say he never did it. But Jay Lethal is a genius in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2000 maybe 11. I’m not right on time – Jay has all the tools in the toolbox. He can work, he can talk, He can be entertaining, he can work multiple styles: Matt Wrestling from the X Division style to the high-flying style.I believe Jay Lethal is a talent who has the talent to go to the top of this business.He’s just the best and he knows his skill.
Jay Lethal competed against Sammy Guevara for the TNT Championship at AEW Dynamite last week, but he could not win it. It remains to be seen how Jay Lethal will be booked at AEW in the coming months.
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November 22, 2021 5:59 am