The Popstar WWE Hall Of Famer Jeff Jarrett Thinks Should Win A World Title

The Popstar WWE Hall Of Famer Jeff Jarrett Thinks Should Win A World Title

In a surprising and unconventional proposal, WWE Hall of Famer Jeff Jarrett has suggested that AEW should consider having global pop sensation Taylor Swift win the Women’s World Championship.

This eyebrow-raising idea was shared during an episode of Jeff Jarrett’s podcast “My World,” where he drew parallels to a similar decision made during his tenure in WCW when actor David Arquette won the WCW World Heavyweight Championship.

Reflecting on that controversial move, Jarrett expressed his belief that involving a celebrity of Swift’s calibre could significantly boost AEW’s buy rates and ratings.

I think if you could put the women’s title on Taylor Swift, I have a strong, strong feeling the buy rate would go up and the ratings would go up.

While acknowledging that his suggestion was mostly tongue-in-cheek, Jarrett emphasised the positive impact celebrity endorsements can have on the wrestling industry. He cited the recent public interest generated by the roast of NFL star Tom Brady as an example of how celebrity involvement can captivate audiences.

Jarrett also floated the idea of Swift’s boyfriend, NFL tight end Travis Kelce, stepping into the wrestling ring for AEW. Kelce, a star player for the Kansas City Chiefs and two-time Super Bowl champion, has significant star power that Jarrett believes could draw in new viewers.

I’ll put Travis [Kelce] over and he can come [wrestle] in an AEW ring, and Karen will absolutely take a backdrop from Taylor if need be.

Jarrett humorously added, referencing his wife Karen Jarrett.

Although the notion of Swift and Kelce participating in professional wrestling may seem far-fetched, Jarrett underscored the buzz such a crossover could create for AEW. As a relatively young promotion, AEW continually seeks innovative ways to engage audiences and grow its fan base.

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