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TNA: Jeff Jarrett: King Of The Mountain
TNA Jeff Jarrett King Of The Mountain
Actors: Jeff Jarrett, Jim Cornette, Mick Foley, Kurt Angle, AJ Styles
Director: Various
Genres: Sports
NR     2009     10hr 50min

Founder of TNA Wrestling, Jeff Jarrett has become a legend in Pro Wrestling both inside and outside of the ring. Jeff started TNA Wrestling LLC. in Nashville, Tennessee back in 2002. Jeff was already a well known name in P...  more »


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Actors: Jeff Jarrett, Jim Cornette, Mick Foley, Kurt Angle, AJ Styles
Director: Various
Genres: Sports
Sub-Genres: Wrestling
Studio: Navarre Corporation
Format: DVD - Color
DVD Release Date: 04/14/2009
Release Year: 2009
Run Time: 10hr 50min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 4
SwapaDVD Credits: 4
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 0
Edition: Box set
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English

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Movie Reviews

The King of TNA Wrestling
J. Kelly | 02/12/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Matches that will appear on this DVD:

World Title Match: Jeff Jarrett vs. Ron Killings (11/20/02)

Jeff Jarrett & The Road Warriors vs. Triple X & Vince Russo (1/15/03)
Jeff Jarrett & Sting vs. AJ Styles & Sean Waltman (6/18/03)
World Title Match: Jeff Jarrett vs. AJ Styles (2/19/03)
World Title Match: Jeff Jarrett vs. Raven (4/30/03)

2004 King Of The Mountain Match (6/2/04)
World Title Ladder Match: Jeff Jarrett vs. Jeff Hardy (Victory Road 2004)
World Title Match: Jeff Jarrett vs. "The Alpha Male" Monty Brown (12/3/04)

World Title Match: Jeff Jarrett vs. Kevin Nash (Against All Odds 2005)

Lockdown 2006: Lethal Lockdown Match
King of the Mountain Match (Slammiversary 2006)
Fan's Revenge Strap Match: Jeff Jarrett vs. Samoa Joe (No Surrender 2006)
World Title Match: Jeff Jarrett vs. Sting (Bound For Glory 2006)

Lockdown 2007: Lethal Lockdown Match
Jeff Jarrett vs. Robert Roode (Sacrifice 2007)

Jeff Jarrett vs. Kurt Angle (Bound For Glory 2008)

Jeff Jarrett vs. Kurt Angle (Genesis 2009)

Plus, rare complete matches from Jarrett's early years in the sport

Exclusive interviews with the following:
Kurt Angle
Scott Steiner
Mick Foley
Booker T
BG James
AJ Styles
Vince Russo
Dutch Mantel
Jim Cornette
Terry Taylor
Bob Ryder
Don West
Mike Tenay
and many more!"
Planet Jarrett Has Come To DVD
Scotty 2 Hotty 24 | Back Woods, GEORGIA | 05/08/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)

"In the summer of 2002, the "King Of The Mountain" Jeff Jarrett organized the number one growing Professional Wrestling corporation today, Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA). Not only is Jeff Jarrett the creator and founder of TNA Wrestling but he is also a former NWA Heavyweight Champion, WCW Heavyweight Champion, WWE Intercontinental Champion, & WWE Tag Team Champion.

This four disc set covers Jarrett's early career working for his father all the way up today to where he is in TNA. Throughout the four disc set, you will hear from Jeff Jarrett himself, TNA President Dixie Carter, Terry Taylor, TNA Executive Jim Cornette, TNA Creative Writer Vince Russo, TNA ring announcers Mike Tenay, Don West, & Jeremy Borash, The Harris Brothers, and members of the TNA roster including Sting, Kurt Angle, Booker T, Scott Steiner, AJ Styles, Mick Foley, BJ James along with a few other people as well. The set is presented just like Kurt Angle's "Champion" two disc set as where Jarrett will discuss one topic which would then lead to a match.

Also throughout the set, you will get 23 plus matches in their entirety along with a few great TNA moments involving Jeff Jarrett such as Total Nonstop Action Wrestling's first live PPV event where Jeff Jarrett confronted country singer Toby Keith, Jeff Jarrett attacking Hulk Hogan in Tokyo, Japan from 2003, and also the announcement of Kurt Angle coming to TNA.

Disc 1
The program starts off with Jeff Jarrett discussing about his early childhood, playing basketball in high school, and soon moving into liking Professional Wrestling. Jarrett's very early professional wrestling career working for his father's wrestling promotion starting off refereeing and also discussing his grandmother's relationship with wrestling. Jarrett talks about how he learned a lot from Jerry "The King" Lawler and how Lawler influenced so much on Jarrett's career. Jarrett also discusses where he got his "Strut" from.

Vs. Scott Hall
This match was a brawl with very little wrestling happening inside the ring. Hall pretty much dominates Jarrett with Jarrett using everything he can to stop the domination by Hall. Hall and Jarrett fights all over the arena here. Throughout the match, Hall and Jarrett uses a folded stretcher on each other. Ends with Ricky Steamboat getting involved allowing Jarrett to hit the "Stroke" to Hall on a steel chair. 4.5/5

NWA Heavyweight Champion
Vs. Ron "The Truth" Killings
Truth was the defending champion here and he put a very solid wrestling match with Jarrett. This was a complete different match then the previous match Jarrett had with Scott Hall. The Truth and Jarrett displayed a great back and forth match up with Jarrett getting bloody. With help from Mr. Wrestling 3 who turned out to be Vince Russo, Jarrett became the new NWA Heavyweight Champion. 5/5

W/ Dusty Rhodes & The Road Warriors vs. Christopher Daniels, Low Ki, Elix Skipper, & Vince Russo
Russo was playing the scardy cat role as he actually came out to the ring wearing a hockey helmet. Animal displayed a great demostration of stength in this match with Hawk (RIP) and Rhodes not having a bad showing either. Again this match ends with a interference by Mr. Wrestling 3 who turned out to be Nikita Koloff. 4/5

NWA Heavyweight Championship
Vs. AJ Styles
Jarrett put on another great match up with another growing star in the "Phenomenal" AJ Styles as he did with The Truth. This match too was very back in forth with the interferences by Larry Zybisko, the Harris Brothers, Dusty Rhodes, and Vader not hurting it one bit. Awesome match. 5/5

NWA Heavyweight Championship
Vs. Raven
Raven, mostly being known for his hardcore side, actually put on good wrestling match along with Jarrett for about the first 10 minutes of the match until it really got hardcore. After Raven begins to bleed, a table gets introduced where Jarrett drives an elbow to Raven through the table. In the end we get an appearence by the Extreme Revolution along with the return of Sabu. A great match displaying the toughness and heart of Jeff Jarrett. 4.75/5

W/ Sting Vs. AJ Styles & Sean Waltman (X-Pac)
Styles was the current NWA Heavyweight Champion at this time and was still having his relationship with Vince Russo in tact. Sting however was in his first U.S. match in about 2 years or so. The early going between Styles and Sting really gets you into the match from start to finish. A strong showing from all four men but especially Sting in particular. A pretty good tag team match up. 4.5/5

Disc 2
The second disc opens with Jarrett talking about his world travels early in his career while working for Memphis wrestling which would then move to Jarrett debuting in WWE in 1993 with his country music singer gimmick along with BG James talking about their duo in WWE and also the troubles in WWE at the time and Jarrett's first run in WCW and also WCW's problems. Jarrett leaving WWE in 1999 and his deal with Jim Ross and Vince McMahon on his release from WWE after No Mercy in 1999. Jarrett also mentions that he bets that Vince McMahon didn't pay a dime for WCW and Vince just in reality took WCW away from Ted Turner. Also the last night of Nitro and where Vince McMahon "firing" Jeff Jarrett on Raw. Jarrett also touches on his wife and her situation with breast cancer and also Owen Hart's accident in 1999 that led to Owen's death.

NWA Heavyweight Championship
Vs. AJ Styles
Much different match then their first meeting. Jarrett and Styles both looked intense to take each other both out once and for all. This is another great NWA Heavyweight Title match and it delivered as well. Possibably better then their first macth from disc 1. 5/5

Vs. "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan
This match was one of Duggan's best matches believe it or not. He didn't look to be that out of shape. Rick Steiner makes a return here in this match as well. The closing moments of the match is the anticipation of the returning Sting. 3.5/5

NWA Heavyweight Championship
Vs. "Wildcat" Chris Harris
This was definitely Harris' biggest match of his career. Harris showed some great wrestlin ability here in this match with Jarrett. A great match, possibably Harris' best singles match in his career. 4.5/5

King of the Mountain Ladder Match
Vs. Ron Killings vs. Chris Harris vs. AJ Styles vs. Raven
This was the first KOTM match in the history of TNA. Now the rules of this match are a little confusing if you read them but they do work out during the match. You must score a pin fall in order to qualify to climb the ladder to hang up the title belt and the loser of the fall must spend 2 minutes inside a penalty box.

Not a lot of spots involving the ladders until the end but this was still a great match nevertheless. Jarrett and Styles had a good brawl on the outside. The pinfalls and qualifications of the match were paced very well. Tables also gets introduced in the match which would come into play towards the end of the match. But in the end it was Jarrett winning the match to become the first "King of the Mountain" hencing the nickname. 5/5

Gautlet for the Gold Match for the NWA Heavyweight Championship
This match was just here for Jarrett retaining the NWA Heavyweight Champion with Ken Shamrock helping Jarrett to retain the title against Ron "The Truth" Killings. Worth watching but nothing really sticks out. 3/5

Victory Road 2004
Ladder Match for the NWA Heavyweight Championship
Vs. Jeff Hardy
Awesome ladder match. Many great spots involving the ladders. But in the end it became more like a handicap for Hardy as he had to fight off Jarrett and Scott Hall at the same time. In the closing moments, it was Kevin Nash and Scott Hall screwing Jeff Hardy from winning the title belt and helping Jarrett to retain the title. 4.5/5

Disc 3
In disc 3, Jarrett morely discusses in how he created TNA Wrestling along with his father and why he wanted to create TNA Wrestling along with Jarrett explaining his struggles in trying to put TNA on the map. Jarrett also discusses how he came across in meeting the future TNA President, Dixie Carter and how it was meant to be for TNA to happen. Jarrett also stresses the fact how WWE and TNA are the only 2 wrestling promotions that are still running today. Jarrett also explains why he took a break from TNA after Bound For Glory in 2006 with the passing of Jarrett's wife.

Impact 12.3.2004
NWA Heavyweight Championship
Vs. "The Alfa Male" Monty Brown
Brown was wrestling this match with taped up ribs. The Alfa Male was really taking it to Jarrett with Jarrett targeting the injured ribs of Brown every chance he could. Another great NWA Heavyweight Title bout with the interference from Scott Hall not really hurting it that much. 4.5/5

Against All Odds 2005
NWA Heavyweight Championship
Vs. Kevin Nash
Nash didn't really look to be on top of his game here but he still performed well with Jarrett. Jarrett gets bloody here after being dominated by Nash. At one point in the match, Jarrett brings out a chello (similar to a guitar) but would only get Jacknifed through it. A kind of an unique match but it's still worth a watch. 4/5

Turning Point 2005
NWA Heavyweight Championship
Vs. Rhino
This match starts off in the ring for about 5 minutes then moves to the outside where the majority of this match takes place. They fought all in the crowd and Jarrett takes a brutal shot to the metal wall by the entrance area. Rhino even sets up a table infront of the tunnel and gores Jarrett right through it but the table doesn't really breaks. Lots of interference in this match which took away from the match. Brutal match. 4/5

Destination X 2006
8 Man Tag Team Match
W/ America's Most Wanted & Abyss Vs. Team 3D, Rhino, & Ron Killings
This is only of the craziest and out of control eight man tag team match I hjave ever seen. The beginnings of the match happens all in the crowd where all eight men fight each other. The action in the ring aint bad either. All eight men has a good showing here and this was an outstanding eight man tag team match. 5/5

LockDown 2006
Lethal Lockdown
W/ America's Most Wanted & Scott Steiner Vs. Sting, AJ Styles, Ron Killings, & Rhino
This was good Lethal Lockdown match. There were some good spots but the true highlight of this match is when Styles splashes Storm through the table on top of the cage, and that was for sure a pheonomenal moment in the match & in TNA history. The match kind of dragged on in the beginning but it really picked up when Sting entered the match. Pretty good lethal lockdown. 4.5/5

Sacrifice 2006
W/ Scott Steiner Vs. Sting & Samoa Joe
This was a good rare tag team match among these four men. The story to this match was could Joe and Sting trust each other. Sting and Joe actually wrestling a good looking tag team bout. Joe and Sting both put on a good showing and along with Jarrett and Steiner they displayed a great tag bout. The ending was with Joe leaving Sting while getting beat up by Jarrett and Steiner. 4.5/5

Disc 4
Jarrett discusses on this disc how he was able to keep TNA running to where it is at today with certain individuals from TNA roster giving props to Jarrett for that. Jarrett discusses his future plans involving his relationship in TNA Wrestling. Also TNA's variations such as the six sided ring along with matches including King of the Mountain and Ultimate X. Jarrett then explains what he want TNA to obtain in the years ahead along with Jarrett detailing some of his favorite moments in TNA.

Slammiversary 2006
King of the Mountain Ladder Match for the NWA Heavyweight Championship
Vs. Christian Cage vs. Sting vs. Abyss vs. Ron Killings
This was another good KOTM match up. You see a couple of new spots that you didn't see from the first KOTM match including Sting pulling off a high risk move which you hardly see from Sting and Abyss falling through 4 tables stacked onto each other. The ending is with referee Earl Hebner living up to his reputation allowing Jeff Jarrett to win the match. A great match overall. 5/5

No Surrender 2006
Fans Revenge Strap Match
Vs. Samoa Joe
The stipulaion to this match was that there was 18 fans on the outside of the ring with leather straps ready to hit Jarrett whenever he was thrown to the outside. Of course the fans was pro-Samoa Joe all the way and on his side throughout the duration of the match. The match was good but it wasn't really one of my favorites from the set. After the match we see the announcement of Kurt Angle coming to TNA. 3.5/5

Bound For Glory 2006
NWA Heavyweight Championship with Kurt Angle as the Special Enforcer
Vs. Sting
This match had a 10 month build up to ever since Sting returned to wrestling back at Final Resolution. Sting looked in better shape than he ever was in. Sting and Jarrett had a good match inside the six sided ring with a good brawl on the outside. Angle did a decent job as the enforcer. This was a little bit of a disappointment being the main event but it was a good way to begin a new TNA era with Sting as the champion and Angle being a part of the TNA roster. 4.5/5

LockDown 2007
Lethal Lockdown
W/ Kurt Angle, Sting, Rhino, Samoa Joe Vs. Christian Cage, AJ Styles, Abyss, Tomko, & Scott Steiner
This was another great Lethal Lockdown match. Much more spots then you see from the 2006's Lethal Lockdown. Angle and Styles start the match and they progressed the match into a good pace. Once the weapons dropped down, things got better and more out of control. Sick spots to look out for are Rhino hitting the Gore to Tomko forcing Tomko to be pushed through the cage door, AJ being thrown off the top of the roof by Angle onto Steiner, Joe, Rhino, and Tomko on the ground, and Christian Cage being double chokeslammed onto thumb tacks. Hellacious match and a good one at that. 5/5

Bound For Glory 2008
Vs. Kurt Angle
With Jarrett being out for two years, he sure didn't look rusty. Jarrett performed very well with the true wrestling style of Angle. Angle was pulling off some moves he only uses for certain ppv's like his moonsault. The match went very good with some nice counters and the Enforcer rule was a good addition to the match. Also two nasty chair shots to Foley & Jarrett by Angle. A very good showing from both Angle & Jarrett. 4.75/5

Bonus matches include Jeff Jarrett's first TV appearence along with four other matches early in his career:
Vs. Tony Falk
Vs. Hector Guerrero
Vs. Jerry "The King" Lawler
W/ Bill Dundee Vs. Gary Young & Cactus Jack

Love him or hate him, you have to respect what the "King Of The Mountain" Jeff Jarrett has done with Total Nonstop Action Wrestling. I recommend this set to any wrestling fanatic. A great life and career story on Jeff Jarrett and his "Planet.""
Jeff Jarrett
A. Pierre | Somewheres | 04/30/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Ive watched Jarrett wrestle since he had the stupid country singer gimmick back in the early 90's in WWF. I never regarded Jarrett as my favorite wrestler but do respect what he's done for the business. I'll admit I called him a Triple H wannabe but just look at the first disc and you'll understand why. He always had to be in the main event and holding the world title. This set is jam packed with plenty of matches and interviews over various topics. The first disc is bad because they looked like a second rate version of WCW and even though matches were going good, the ending always seemed to suck. The battle royal was edited but every superstar it showed was a basic jobber in WCW. I was excited to see the Scott Hall match but the ending to that match was bad beyond belief. The Jim Duggan match on disc two was also something that could have been left on the cutting room floor but it did serve a purpose in the story line at the time. Despite these little gripes, it is an epic set. I'd recommend it to a TNA fan or any wrestling fan in general, since Jarrett has been in the business over twenty years."