I was just announce this afternoon by Impact wrestling that they are no longer affiliate with Jeff Jarrett and Global force wrestling. In response to that Jarrett claims that Anthem doesn't have any money. So here'S my take on this, i followed Jeff's career as a booker and owner since he started TNA. The one thing i got from following him all theses years in this role his that he's pretty much just like his dad was. If he doesn't get his way or some goes wrong then he's going to play the victim and claims stuff that isn't true to make himself look like the good guy. The fact is, as a owner, he's awful at it. As a booker, he's not really better. So while i'm pretty sure that the guy is a really good guy outside the wrestling profession, when he's inside the business, i got a feeling that he's probably one of the best bullshitter in the business. He owns TNA with his dad and he had to sell it within the first month of the company existence because they lack the money and was just there as a figure head for a while until his wfie died and decided to date kurt angle ex wife which lead to him getting push out because of it. The he created GFW which was a total bust and the only way he could make a little bit of money of the company was to con anthem into buying the brand and the three episode they tape. Now he's having another meltdown and Impact fired him so he's going to lied again to make himself look good in case he want to continue pushing his GFW product which is pretty a even dead brand then Impact is right now. In the end, i feel that anthem, while maybe not totally broke are still making enough money with Impact to try and make this brand successful in a way. Bound for glory tickets seems to be selling pretty well from what i got from the TD Place website so that's a positive sign and sadly Jeff won't be able to be a part of it.