That’s a good thing to hear. Injuries are the kind of things that are going to hurt every wrestler at some point in their careers. Wrestling is a violent, physical sport at its core and there is no way around the injury bug. Some of these can be a lot worse than others, but there are injuries that can put you on the shelf for the better part of a year. One of the most popular wrestlers in WWE history was on the shelf with such an injury and now he is ready to come back.
There are very few names in the history of the WWE as popular as Jeff Hardy. His strange mixture of talent and charisma propelled him to the top of the company and that is the kind of thing that almost no one has ever been able to do. Hardy has not been around all that much as of late though, due to a combination of a knee injury and legal issues. One of those will be cleared up shortly after WrestleMania, but the other has already been cleared up.
Hardy was a guest on this week’s edition of Backstage and announced that he was medically cleared to return and was waiting on being given something to do. His last match took place at a live event on April 20, 2019 when a knee injury forced Hardy to undergo surgery and vacate the SmackDown Tag Team Titles. There is no word on when Hardy will be back in action, though he still has his legal situation in North Carolina, with his next court appearance scheduled for April 6.
Hardy can do a lot of things when he’s healthy. Check out some of his better moments:
Opinion: This is a good thing for both Hardy and WWE, as Hardy is not going to be around much longer so getting him in the ring as fast as possible is a positive. Hopefully he can get anything close to what he has done in the ring before, because Hardy is someone with more talent than he knows what to do with. Yes he is old and banged up, but even a weakened Hardy is better than a lot of other stars.
What do you expect when Hardy gets back? How long does he have left in the ring? Let us know in the comments below.
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