Jeff Jarrett blasts Royal Wedding in Daily Star interview

TNA Wrestling posted the following on their website.

Jeff Jarrett featured in Daily Star

Jeff Jarrett featured in Daily Star

TNA Wrestling Founder Jeff Jarrett has taken his campaign against “freeloading Brits” to a new level, by criticizing the Royal Wedding.

In an exclusive interview with the UK’s Daily Star newspaper, Jeff slammed William and Kate and challenged them to a match against himself and wife Karen.

Jeff told the paper’s Patrick Lennon: “I’ve always said Britain is full of freeloaders, but these two are the biggest pair of spongers I’ve ever laid eyes on.

“In my great country, the United States of America, we don’t waste money on useless phony families, their ridiculous weddings and the divorces that always follow.”

In comments that have been picked up around the world, The King of the Mountain added: “If you want to see a real princess then take a look at my lovely wife Karen. She has it all – looks, class, poise and, most importantly, a JOB!

“When Wills and Kate are on their FREE honeymoon, they should stop off in the beautiful city of Orlando and take us on in a tag team match to decide who the real Royal couple are.”

Read the full interview, and see pics of Jeff and Karen, by clicking here 
http://www.dailystar.co.uk/inthering/view/188456/Jeff-Jarrett-blast-at-royals/

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About Ray Mullan
Ray Mullan is a longtime wrestling fan and Owner/Editor of TNA UK . Also a contributing writer to a number of other online wrestling media including 1Wrestling.com, Wrestle Zone UK & Lords of Pain.

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