The article doesn't lend any new details on Jarrett's business plans or talent, but features quotes from him claiming that the recent uptick in WWE rights fees is proof there is still huge interest in the business. Jarrett also deflected claims that the WWE's stock drop was proof of any real negatives for their business outlook.
Jarrett claimed there is a ton of unsigned, undiscovered talents out there and lots of room for a new WWE alternative.
So, once again, Jarrett gets some attention but the real test will come when the first tapings and roster are announced - and then when those tapings occur.
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