WWE Hall of Famer Jeff Jarrett and Global Force Entertainment filed a motion on October 2nd before the Tennessee Middle District Court, citing that they do not believe that they and IMPACT Wrestling’s parent company, Anthem Wrestling, will come to a settlement, leaving them back at square one after their previous civil trial was ruled a mistrial and had to be reset, according to a report from PWInsider.com.

The report notes that in their motion, Plaintiff’s Global Force Entertainment, Inc. and Jeffrey Jarrett requested the court to set a date for re-trial and that although there is a private mediation scheduled for November 3rd, Plaintiff’s do not believe that there is any realistic chance of a settlement in this case without a settlement conference before a judicial officer given the parties’ positions on the likely outcomes (and causes of such outcomes) at re-trial.

Additionally, the report states that Plaintiff’s counsel asked Defendant’s counsel whether Defendant opposes a motion requesting the court to set a date for re-trial and that Defendant’s counsel informed Plaintiff’s counsel that Defendant does not oppose Plaintiff’s request for setting this case for re-trial and that Plaintiff’s respectfully request that this case be set for re-trial and the court dispense with requiring the parties to attend a private mediation, which would effectively be a fifth day of private mediation.