With Jeff Jarrett out as minority investor of TNA Wrestling, he debuted the branding of Global Force Wrestling in April 2014. Since that time, he has been promoting the brand and establishing international partnerships with wrestling promotions across the world. The organization has a strategic partnership with 25/7 Productions and David Broome (creator of NBC's The Biggest Loser). Broome has stated that the organization plans to create new on-air content 52 weeks per year.
As of August 2014, GFW has announced working agreements with Mexican promotion Asistencia Asesoría y Administración (AAA),Japan’s New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW) promotion,\ multiple European promotions, South African promotion World Wrestling Professionals (WWP), and promotions from Australia and New Zealand. As part of GFW's relationship with New Japan Pro Wrestling, GFW "presented" NJPW's Wrestle Kingdom 9 at the Tokyo Dome on the American pay-per-view market on January 4, 2015, which featured commentary from Jim Ross and Matt Striker.
The first Global Force Wrestling show took place on June 12, 2015 at The Ballpark at Jackson in Jackson, Tennessee, as part of GFW’s “Grand Slam Tour”, which entailed holding events at minor league baseball stadiums. In that show's main event, Bullet Club members Karl Anderson and Doc Gallows defeated the New Heavenly Bodies.
On May 6, 2015, Jarrett announced talent for their upcoming TV tapings, which include Bullet Club members Karl Anderson and Doc Gallows, the Killer Elite Squad, and Chael Sonnen as an expert analyst. On May 11, 2015, GFW announced the rest of their roster. The next day, GFW announced that four champions (Global, NEX*GEN, Tag Team and Women's Champion) will be crowned at the July 24 tapings in Las Vegas. On July 9, 2015, Jeff Jarrett announced that the name of the GFW TV show will be called GFW Amped.
On September 14, 2015, GFW announced that they signed an international TV distribution deal with Boulder Creek TV in the UK which will make their GFW's Amped" programs available for viewing starting through November 2015.
GFW uses a hexagonal wrestling ring, similar to TNA and the Mexican promotion AAA.
- Asistencia Asesoría y Administración (AAA) (Mexico)
- Emerald Wrestling Promotions (EWR) (Ireland)
- New Generation Wrestling (NGW) (Northern England)
- New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW) (Japan)
- Premier British Wrestling (PBW) (Scotland)
- Revolution Pro Wrestling (RPW) (Southern England)
- Westside Xtreme Wrestling (WXW) (Germany)
- World Wrestling Professionals (WWP) (South Africa)
- PWA Australia (Australia)
- WrestleClash (Australia)
- Riot City Wrestling (RCW) (Australia)
- Explosive Pro Wrestling (EPW) (Australia)
- Impact Pro Wrestling (New Zealand)
Ring shape and locations
|Championship||Champion||Date won||Date aired||Event||Previous Champion|
|GFW Global Championship||Nick Aldis||October 23, 2015||GFW Amped|
|GFW World Tag Team Championship||Bollywood Boyz||October 23, 2015||GFW Amped|
|GFW Nex*Gen Championship||Cody Rhodes||November 25, 2016||GFW Amped||Sonjay Dutt|
|GFW Women's Championship||Christina Von Eerie||October 23, 2015||GFW Amped|
- Global Force Wrestling on Facebook
GFW on Tour
|GFW Amped • Pay-per-views|
|Global Force Wrestling roster|
|Andrew Everett • Brian Myers • Cassidy Riley • Chase Stevens • Chris Modetsky • Chris Sabin • Chuck Taylor • Cliff Compton • Colt Cabana • Davey Boy Smith Jr. • Desirable Dustin • Gigolo Justin • Gurv Sihra • Harv Sihra • Jamin Olivencia • Jigsaw • Jimmy Rave • Kevin Kross • Lance Hoyt • Luke Hawx • Matt Jackson • Nick Aldis • Nick Jackson • Seiya Sanada • Shelton Benjamin• Sonjay Dutt • Takaaki Watanabe • Trent Baretta|
|Amber Gallows • Christina Von Eerie • Lei'D Tapa • Mickie James • Santana Garrett|
|Stables & Tag Teams|
|Bullet Club • Killer Elite Squad • The Hot Shots • Best Friends • New Heavenly Bodies • The Bollywood Boyz|
|Jim Duggan • Kevin Nash|
|Jeff Jarrett (President) • Karen Jarrett (Vice President) • Chael Sonnen (Expert Analyst) • Hermie Sadler (Member of the Board of Directors) • Jim Cornette • Don West|
|Global Force Wrestling pay-per-view events|
|GFW Present NJPW Wrestle Kingdom IX|
|List of GFW Amped results|
|2015 List of GFW Amped results|
|S1 Ep1 • S1 Ep2 • S1 Ep3 • S1 Ep4 • S1 Ep5 • S1 Ep6 • S1 Ep7 • S1 Ep8 • S1 Ep9 • S1 Ep10 • S1 Ep11 • S1 Final|
|2016 List of GFW Amped results|
|GFW House Shows 2015|
|6/12 • 6/13 • 6/20 • 6/21 • 7/9 • 7/10 • 7/11 • 8/14 • 8/22 • 8/28 • 8/29 • 9/3 • 9/4 • 9/5 • 10/28 • 10/30|
|GFW House Shows 2016|
1/22 • 1/30 • Military Mayhem • 2/20 • 3/2 • 3/3 • 3/4 • Global Conflict • Sudan Power • Showcase of Force • Collision Course • 5/14 • Confrontation • 6/11 • 7/1 • Northern Justice • Global Showdown • Road To The Gold •