Jeff Jarrett is reportedly gone from WWE.
PWInsider reported on Sunday afternoon that Jarrett, who held the position of Senior Vice President of Live Events, has departed his position. The belief was that he had finished his duties this past Friday, though they were not sure on a specific timeline regarding his departure.
Jarrett has been in and out of the WWE since 2019, first serving as a producer and a member of WWE’s creative team. After exiting the company during the COVID-19 pandemic, he returned to the company in his current role this past May. His most recent on-screen appearance was at SummerSlam last month, serving as a referee for the Street Profits vs. Usos match.
Jarrett also participated in Ric Flair’s Last Match during SummerSlam weekend, tagging with Jay Lethal in a losing effort against Flair and son-in-law Andrade El Idolo. Earlier this year, he made an appearance at Game Changer Wrestling's first ever pay-per-view, defeating Effy.