Jarrett On Bubba: Watch The Video Now

February 2nd, 2010 by

www.tnawrestling.com – On Tuesday, TNA Wrestling Founder Jeff Jarrett appeared on The Bubba The Love Sponge show on Sirius/XM radio

The candid (and often controversial) talk between Jarrett and Bubba included comments on Hulk Hogan, the power struggle in TNA Wrestling, Jarrett’s past history with Bubba The Love Sponge and so much more!

Watch the exclusive footage of Jeff Jarrett’s appearance on the Bubba The Love Sponge Show:


7 Responses

  1. Russ

    Wow bubba raw is now this.i guess this is all we get for sure we get no content on bubba raw it sucks because of lazy miller

  2. Russ

    why cant we get more on bubba raw , one short clip a month sucks, fix bubba raw bubba .this is why you dont get the big bucks its all in the details,get the right people in the right positions, fire miller.get your crap strait,

  3. Bubba the Genius

    I am glad TNA is doing real well. In the meantime WWE product is also shaping up so it truly is a win-win situation for professional wrestling fans. Although I do love TNA Impact(storylines, matches, gimmicks, and which guys are getting the push), one guy who is not getting used right is Bubba the love sponge. Shouldn’t Bubba be like Jesse Ventura or Bobby Heenan who tells it like it is, meaning someone who does real edgey commentaries or interviews on tv? Or he can bring comedic elements to TNA? I mean Bubba shouldn’t be the cheap imitation of Ventura or Heenan but Bubba on the radio is always ‘edgey’ which made him popular to begin with. So how come he can’t be that way on TNA as well?

  4. dick

    calling be white trash your the biggest white trash on the planet ans so is your show

  5. mizz

    eric ran wcw into the ground now hes going to do it to tna

  6. mizz

    why in the world would you go head to head with wwe raw they got smoked last time 1.5 to 4.6 ratings

  7. Bubba the Genius

    TNA has doubled the rating immediately after the arrival of Hulkster. That itself is quite an accomplishment. Yes, it’s 1.5-4.6 right now. That doesn’t mean it would stay that way forever as TNA gains its momentum. Yes, WCW was beaten by WWE in late 90s and 2000 but that was the era of Stone Cold and The Rock. Today’s WWE superstars(Cena, Orton and Shame-ass?) don’t have the same kind of power to crash TNA. With the company pushing A.J. Style and creating new talents, TNA can really become a legitimate competition for WWE if not surpassing it in it’s product.

    p.s.–
    What Hulkster and Bubba needs to do is to bring the current UFC heavy weight champ Brock Lesnar at some point. That would certainly give them the edge over WWE.

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