This weekend at Double or Nothing, Jeff Jarrett and Jay Lethal are set to face off against FTR for the AEW World Tag Team Championships. In anticipation of the event, the duo sat down with PWMania for an interview, revealing some exciting details about their plans.

During the interview, Jarrett and Lethal hinted at the addition of “another member or two” to their faction later this summer. Here are a few highlights from their conversation:

Impressions of AEW President Tony Khan:

Jarrett expressed his admiration for Tony Khan’s passion for wrestling and acknowledged his impressive achievements in building the company. He commended Khan for having successfully launched a global broadcast television program within five years, which speaks volumes about his dedication and commitment to the business.

Expectations for Double or Nothing and a Potential New Faction Member:

Lethal confidently stated that he and Jarrett intend to become the next AEW Tag Team Champions at Double or Nothing. When asked about the possibility of a new faction member, Lethal playfully mentioned his close friend Mark Briscoe. While Briscoe holds a special place in their hearts, Jarrett emphasized that any friend of Lethal’s is a friend of his, suggesting that Briscoe could be considered an honorary member of their group.


Jarrett further emphasized their focus on winning the Tag Titles and their long-term plans to retain the championships. With the addition of Karen, their unit becomes a force to be reckoned with. While various names are being thrown around, such as Lethal Connection and Triple J, their primary goal is to be known as winners.

All In at Wembley Stadium and Potential Faction Members:

Jarrett expressed his sentimentality about the opportunity to enter the ring with Lethal, Sanjay Dutt, his wife, and Satnam Singh, as well as the possibility of adding another member or two to their faction. He described this chapter of his career as a dream come true, emphasizing the significance of this opportunity. Additionally, Jarrett mentioned that 60,000 tickets have already been sold for All In at Wembley Stadium, scheduled three months from now, underscoring the excitement and anticipation surrounding the event.

Jarrett and Lethal also discussed AEW’s progress, future house shows, their aspirations to become Tag Team Champions, and more.

What are your thoughts on Jeff Jarrett and Jay Lethal’s comments about their upcoming tag team title match at AEW Double or Nothing and the potential addition of new members to their faction?

Steve Carrier

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