Update: Jeff Hardy Is Soon Returning To WWE Programming
While one of the Hardy Boyz seems to be gone from the WWE for good, the other one could be well on the verge of making a WWE return, in the near future. Despite the negative status of Matt Hardy with the WWE, it looks like his brother, Jeff Hardy could be back on any of the WWE programmings with a strong status. The former WWE Champion is supposed to show up on around Wrestlemania, as per the current updates.
Jeff Hardy has been confirmed to appear as the special guest for Tuesday’s WWE Backstage episode on FS1 at 11 pm ET. This is a big indication that he is in good terms of the management to ensure his in-ring return.
Additionally, PWInsider.com reported that Hardy was present backstage on this past episode of SmackDown that took place at the TD Garden arena in Boston, Massachusettes.
There’s no update yet on why Jeff Hardy was out there, but it could be due to WWE discussing plans for his upcoming in-ring return. It was noted earlier this month by wrestlingINC.com that Jeff could be back in competition, soon. He was also scheduled to report to the WWE Performance Center in early February to have his progress checked by the head coaches of the center to ensure his return happens in a smooth way.
Jeff Hardy has been out of action with a leg injury that took place shortly after WrestleMania 35 in April 2019. The original belief was that he would be out of action for 6-9 months who could come back to action in November.
But that did not happen whereas Jeff’s WWE contract was also scheduled to expire this coming Sunday, March 1, along with brother Matt Hardy. But WWE would reportedly add extra time to Jeff’s contract to make up the time he’s been out of action dealing with the injury.
Jeff Hardy is scheduled to be back in court on Monday, April 6th which is the day after WrestleMania 36. He is accused with the charges related to his DWI arrest that took place on October 3, 2019, in Moore County, North Carolina. Jeff was also arrested at Myrtle Beach, South Carolina on July 13, 2019, for public intoxication. But there’s no update on this second court case.
Reports from early January suggested that WWE officials want Jeff to address personal health issued from those arrests before coming back on TV.
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