Jeff Jarrett Promises ‘Multiple Receipts’ For Max Caster After AEW Dynamite Rap

Jeff Jarrett Promises ‘Multiple Receipts’ For Max Caster After AEW Dynamite Rap AEW

In The Acclaimed’s diss track targeting Jeff Jarrett and Jay Lethal that aired on the December 28 edition of Dynamite, Jeff’s wife Karen Jarrett got a mention when the Acclaimed claimed Jeff was  ‘stealing money’ like he ‘stole Kurt Angle’s wife.’

Karen would take to Twitter to counter the claims in the rap, stating that she and Kurt Angle were ‘legally separated’ at the time he signed with TNA, before she entered a relationship with Jeff.

One of those that Karen would name in her Tweet would respond, with Kelly Kelly saying that she and Kurt were only linked by being co-workers, despite Karen’s claims.

Now, Jeff Jarrett has weighed into the whole situation through his My World podcast and his response was a long one!

Jeff would initially address his reason for staying silent on the subject of Kurt and Karen, saying:

“The whole, that I’m stealing Kurt Angle’s wife, that is kind of a generation removed. I want to kind of set the record straight here, and this is completely with all due respect.

“I’ve kept my mouth shut for 10 or 12 years for two reasons, Kyra Angle and Kody Angle. They’re old enough now. They know the absolute truth, but me stealing Kurt’s wife is the furthest thing from the truth.”

He would corroborate Karen’s explanation that she and Kurt were legally separated, saying:

“The fact of the matter is when we hired Kurt Angle, and I say we, me and Dixie Carter, because she’s a part of this story, they (Kurt and Karen), were legally separated. They weren’t living under the same roof. Enough is enough.

“We’re 13 years removed from this and I’m sure Kurt is, I would assume, he’s sick and tired of it because he tweeted and tried to get in AEW business and he tweeted and that’s why I said I wanted to address this.

“He tweeted, and when you got to use my name to get heat after 12 years, Kurt Angle, if you think I need your name to get heat after 12 years, you’re delusional Kurt.”

The now-deleted Tweet that Jarrett referenced originally saw Kurt Angle say:

“When you got to use my name to get heat after 12 years #MoveOn.”

Speaking of his frustration at the whole situation, Jarrett went on to say:

“I am sick and tired of my wife having to go through this pain. I’m literally sick of it.

“Conrad, you know the names. I’m not gonna say the names. I respect that. The past is the past. Look, there’s a lot of disasters, marriages, it happens all the time.

“But for Max Caster to pour gasoline on my wife, I’m done with that. I am so done with that, and I’m not done because everybody’s gonna say, ‘Well wait a minute. Y’all work the storyline and this and that.'”

He would also take umbrage at the reference to Global Force Gold and how Caster had suggested he “hadn’t been relevant since 2004”, saying:

“Really, Max? I guess I’ve been in two Hall of Fames since then.

“I guess I started a company and got it up where it was making six, eight, ten million a year, it was making over 50 million gross, and you’re saying I’m irrelevant?”

He would also say that, at the age of 55 he’s not only been hired but looks better than Caster, works better than him and admitted to making “a lot of screw ups” including with Global Force Gold.

Jarrett would use his ongoing success in the wrestling business as a counter to claims of irrelevancy from Caster, referring to his thirty-six years in the industry and how he has been “the hottest international attraction in Mexico for the last twenty years”.

He took aim at Caster’s popularity in AEW, point out:

“Max, let’s get down to you now. Let’s expose you. Let’s talk about the fraud you are.

“If it wasn’t for Billy Gunn, Billy Gunn, who’s a few years older than me, you and your little b***h would be irrelevant.”

Jarrett would double-down on his hostility, addressing Caster once again with:

“But you invoking my wife’s name, she don’t have no paper with AEW. Completely out of line. So I’ll just say this. There’s a lot of moving parts Wednesday night.

“We all know this is an industry, so who knows what’s going to happen, but I will say this. Max, you have multiple receipts coming, multiple, and you’ll know it. I can assure you that.

“You will know it. You think I’m working? You think this is a podcast? You think this is blah blah blah. You’ll find out. I assure you that.”

Jarrett would conclude by explaining how he will do business with Caster, without “any BS backstage”:

“He’s (Max Caster) a damn fraud and he really thinks he’s funny.

“We will work together. We will do what professionals do. I’m not going to do any BS backstage like has happened in the past.

“I’ll do it in front of everybody and there ain’t a damn thing he can do about it either.”

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