Jeff Jarrett Wins KOTM, Eric Young Blows Up On Twitter

Jeff Jarrett Slammiversary

Jeff Jarrett Wins King of the Mountain

Jeff Jarrett came out victorious as the first ever King of the Mountain champion at last night’s Slammiversary PPV. The company are using the old Legends/Global/TV title belt for the Championship. The TNA founder and creator of the match beat Bobby Roode, Matt Hardy, Drew Galloway and Eric Young. In a post-match interview he said his next move will have a big impact on TNA and GFW:

Jarrett’s win received quite a bit of negative backlash on Twitter causing Eric Young to lash out at the “unfair criticisms.” However his Tweet was also targeted and he has since deleted it:

“Real world!!! If you watched #Slammiversary2015 and didn’t like it GO f–k YOURSELF #ProWrestling #proud #5thday #agame #teameffort”

When fans called him out for telling them to “go f–k” themselves, he replied:

“I’m criticizing there totally false and hateful criticism! Can’t handle it criticism back then shut your stupid mouth.”

Slammiversary Results

– 3 Way X Division Championship Match: Tigre Uno def. DJ Z and Manik.

– Robbie E def. Jessie Godderz.

– Street Fight: Bram def. Matt Morgan.

– Austin Aries def. Davey Richards, allowing him to pick the stipulation for match 5 – a 30 minute Iron Man match!

– Brooke and Awesome Kong def. The Dollhouse.

– Unsanctioned Match: James Storm def. Magnus.

– Ethan Carter III and Tyrus def. Mr. Anderson and Bobby Lashley.

– King of the Mountain: Jeff Jarrett def. Eric Young, Bobby Roode, Matt Hardy, Drew Galloway.

Dixie Carter Confirms Return

Dixie Carter has confirmed on Twitter that she’s returning as an on air character before September: