Jeff Jarrett recently spoke with TMZ Sports to talk about his induction into the WWE Hall Of Fame during WrestleMania 34 weekend.
During the interview, "Double J" revealed an emotional moment he had with WWE Chairman Vince McMahon prior to his induction.
"Earlier in the day, we went through just sort of walk-throughs, camera positioning, the order, just simple stuff," Jarrett said. "They called me back later in the day and said, 'Hey, we want you to go through just the top of your speech' and that's where I had the idea - me and Brian [James] had fun with it - of coming out and spelling my name. I came through the curtain and I laid it out there 'J-E-double F,' and did all that and they said, 'Okay, cut that,' and I turn around and Vince [McMahon] is two feet in front of my face."
Jarrett continued, "I'll never forget that, not ever, because it was so out of left field, so spontaneous. WrestleMania is his baby this is number 34, down to the 'T' on everything is thought through. He's got a lot more priorities on his list and for me to connect with him on the stage where I got to do the speech. It was surreal. It was quick, but a real special conversation. A real personal conversation we had."
He also tried his best to sum up what was one of the biggest and most memorable weekends of his life.
"Just to be able to be there, everyone at WWE making the decision for me to be there in the Hall of Fame and those few moments [with Vince]. Positive doesn't do it justice, it was super positive."