Major Update: Is Jeff Hardy ready to return to AEW?

Jeff Hardy has the wrestling industry in the palm of his hands more than anyone else on this list, and he actually does. The Charismatic Enigma, however, is all too aware of the demon tattoos that are squeezing his neck. His most recent WWE run was bringing him back to the top, but he left a house show in the middle and ran through the audience. He decided to get released rather than enter rehab. All Elite Wrestling suspended Jeff right away after Jeff was arrested for DUI after about a cup of coffee.

According to Dave Meltzer’s report in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Jeff is anticipated to leave rehabilitation soon and stage an in-ring comeback. The 45-year-old has been out of commission since June 14, when AEW suspended Hardy pending the end of a treatment programme following his most recent arrest for driving under the influence.

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Tony Khan, the founder and CEO of AEW, stated in June that Jeff’s treatment was his “last chance,” and that the story needed to “do the right thing” for him to keep his promotion.

‘’Last Chance at Redemption for Real’’

Following his arrest on June 13, Jeff entered a not-guilty plea to what would have been his third DUI offence in ten years. His two blood alcohol readings were 0.294 and 0.291, which is 3.7 times the 0.08 legal limit in Florida. According to the police report, Hardy’s car took some time to stop as it swerved across the street. Video of the incident shows the arresting officers pulling guns on the AEW star. Hardy acknowledged taking shots of Fireball before getting into his car in the same video.

On Wednesday, October 19, Hardy is scheduled to appear in court for a pre-trial hearing. If found guilty of his felony charge of DUI Alcohol/Drugs Third Offense within 10 Years, he could spend up to five years in jail.

Tony Khan’s words on Jeff

Tony Khan has spoken out about his choice to suspend Jeff Hardy.

Tony Khan provided an update on Jeff’s condition and stated, “Jeff is doing much better.” “I believe Jeff is receiving treatment. I don’t want to talk too much about what’s happening because that’s his business, but he can count on me for anything.’’

‘’A few days after the incident, Tony Khan issued a statement saying, “AEW does not condone Jeff’s alleged behaviour.” “Jeff has stated that he is open to receiving treatment for his substance abuse issues, and we have made it clear to him that we will help him. He is suspended without pay during this time and is only permitted to return to AEW once he has successfully completed treatment and has maintained his sobriety.”

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Matt Hardy also speaks up

Wardlow expressed interest in collaborating with Matt and Jeff Hardy and possibly competing in the trios division in an episode of the Extreme Life of Matt Hardy podcast with Wardlow as a special guest. Hardy hoped to get his brother back in the ring soon and was happy to report on his development.

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