There was an Impact Wrestling taping on Thursday night, and Jeff Hardy worked a match like he said he would. The former world heavyweight champion defeated Tyrus by disqualification. Hardy did botch a top rope spot, and he sold a leg injury as he walked to the back after the match. During a recent podcast interview, Hardy told fans that he was going to wrestle in January despite needing another surgery to repair his knee injury.
January 8, 2016
You might be seeing a very different Jeff Hardy in the ring soon. He publicly stated that he might be forced to change up his style of wrestling because he recently suffered a knee injury. The former world heavyweight champion revealed that it was a torn PCL. He doesn't want to have surgery, so Hardy is going to opt for rehabilitation instead. There is a chance that he could end up making things worse by continuing to work.
October 3, 2015
When it comes to name value, Jeff Jarrett understands wholeheartedly how much that means to the professional wrestling business. The former world heavyweight champion has signed on Jeff Hardy to make an appearance at a live event that he is promoting in North Carolina. That alone should draw in a couple of more people than normal.
August 3, 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