Karen Jarrett Speaks On Her Future In Wrestling

Karen Jarrett

The last time Karen Jarrett was active in wrestling was during Ric Flair’s Last Match, making an appearance with her husband Jeff Jarrett.

In the match, Jeff would team up with AEW’s Jay Lethal to face off against Ric Flair and his daughter Charlotte Flair’s fiancee, Andrade El Idolo. Flair and Andrade would win the match.

Karen Jarrett would play both manager and cheerleader for her husband, however, she ended up getting physical herself, having a confrontation with Megan Flair, Ric’s other daughter. The two would have a small scrap with Karen screaming “I’m going to kill you, b*tch!” after they were broken up.

Recently, the former TNA and Impact Wrestling on-screen executive appeared on her husband’s “My World” podcast to speak about how she would like to return to wrestling as a manager, stating that she would be open to possibly working for a promotion if one wanted her.

“I would love to do something with … Vickie Guerrero. It would be fun.”

Karen Jarrett also talked about the possibility of her stepping back into the squared circle.

“I’d love to have another match. I would, with [Jeff].”

The conversation then got brought up about married couple matches, with her and Jeff possibly taking on the likes of Matt Cardona and Chelsea Green, or Nick Aldis and Mickie James. Karen didn’t think it would be the best idea, and that’s because it would cause some light-hearted in-house drama.

“If we had a match with either one of those couples, our son would not be cheering for us. [He] loves Chelsea Green, loves Nick Aldis and Mickie. He loves to give Matt a hard time.”

Karen also mentioned one person that she never wants to face off against in the ring.

“I would never want to get in a ring with Taya [Valkyrie], she would destroy me. I love watching her, and I love seeing her beat the s**t out of other people. … I wouldn’t be able to walk for months. I love Taya!”

Karen Jarrett is most known for her time in TNA and Impact. In TNA, she would turn heel on Kurt Angle, who was her husband at the time, to join forces with Jeff Jarrett. She and Jeff would later get married after her divorce from Angle.

H/T to Wrestling Inc. for the above transcription.