In case you missed Impact Wrestling this week, Ethan Carter fired Jeff Hardy because he refused to obey his command. That has led to speculation within the internet wrestling community that he could be leaving TNA. That is not the case at this moment. The segment was being done to generate interest, which it has, and to set up a big match between Hardy and Carter later on. Hardy is still under contract to Total Nonstop Action.
September 24, 2015
Since fans are still clinging on to the rumors that TNA has been late in paying performers, Matt Hardy has decided to explain the situation in the hopes that some will be smart enough to understand. He stated that the front office has never been late in paying he and Jeff Hardy. The former US champion even posted a photo of the monthly fee check, per match check, royalty check and another check that was included in the new contract he signed.
April 15, 2015
A rather interesting omission from the upcoming tag team championship tournament in TNA is Jeff Hardy and Matt Hardy. As of right now, the brothers have not been officially announced as entrants. From what we know, both guys are under contract to the promotion for at least another year, so that can be ruled out as a factor for their absence. Management could also be saving their announcement to build up the anticipation from the audience.
March 16, 2015
Some bad news for those of you that have been holding out hope that Jeff Hardy will return to WWE some day. It is not going to happen anytime soon. The former world heavyweight champion has just signed a contract extension with TNA. Terms of the deal were not announced, but it's expected to be for a minimum of a year. Hardy is pleased with how supportive the company has been to him, so he wants to show his loyalty back.
January 16, 2015
The tag team division in TNA should be more than solid for the next year, as the company has just announced that they have signed new contracts with the American Wolves. Davey Richards and Eddie Edwards are expected to be the centerpiece of the division. Management was really impressed with their performance over the last year, and they rewarded them with memorable feuds against Bully Ray, Devon, Jeff Hardy and Matt Hardy.
January 5, 2015