Jeff Hardy Leaving The Wwe?
If you saw Jeff Hardy leaving the WWE he gave a emotional speech. The people were not surprised with his leave from the wwe. It had been rumored to be happening for months, but on Smackdown, Jeff Hardy ‘could’ of had his last match for good.
The real question we should be asking here is: Why would Jeff Hardy choose to leave? It was no secret that his contract was coming to an end this month, but does he really see a future away from the WWE - or is there more to it than that?
During Smackdown, he took part in a rematch for the WWE Heavyweight Championship against CM Punk in a Steel Cage match. Then Punk proposed the stipulation that whoever lost, had to leave the WWE.
Of course, Jeff Hardy went on to lose the bout in an epic encounter, thus prompting him to address the Smackdown audience in an emotional farewell. You could see that there were no jokes throughout the crowd, with even some of them bursting into tears.
It just seems strange that all this has happened to Jeff so quickly. At one point, he was on top of the world with the belt attached to his waist, with nothing seemingly able to stop him.
Then came the sudden reunion with his brother Matt, followed by the loss of the title at SummerSlam in the brutal TLC match. Could this be a quick solution from Vince McMahon’s point of view in ‘fixing all the loose ends’ before Jeff left for good?
Then again, Jeff did point out during his speech, that he ‘may’ return to the ring at some point, so maybe he is just taking a temporary exit for now.
The last thing fans will want to see is Jeff Hardy signing with TNA surely? Let us know what you think of Jeff Hardy’s decision to leave and your ideas behind it.
But, now in the latest news of Jeff Hardy ; he's been arrested and then bailed out. With his court trial on September 30th and possibly 14 years in behing bars what is Jeff Hardy going to do about returning to the wwe in the future?
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