As we previously reported, WWE Hall of Famer Jeff Jarrett is suing Impact Wrestling’s parent company Anthem Sports & Entertainment for copyright infringement. We now have an update to the story.

Following the news, Impact Wrestling has started to remove Global Force Wrestling branded DVDs for sale from the site. In total, four DVDs so far have been removed. All of these items contained content from GFW Amped.

The GFW Amped series was originally filmed for a potential TV series lasting 16 episodes but was ultimately turned into the Impact One Night Only PPVs that aired last year.

We are sure that this is just the beginning in terms of the lawsuit, but we now know that Impact is aware of the lawsuit and are actively attempting to resolve the matter with Jarrett.


Stay tuned to Ringside News as more news does come out in regards to the ongoing lawsuit between Jarrett and Impact, as this is surely not over.

Who do you believe is in the right? Were you aware of the lawsuit? Let us know in the comments below.

Steve Carrier

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