The Worst Decision In Wrestling History

trent mccormickContributor IJanuary 7, 2010

NEW YORK - DECEMBER 18:  Wrestler Jeff Hardy and singer and ring announcer Lilian Garcia attend the WWE and USA Network help U.S Marine Corp Toys for Tots Foundation event at the NBC Experience store on December 18, 2007 in New York City.  (Photo by Bryan Bedder/Getty Images)
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Monday Night marked a big night for TNA, or so everyone thought. Over the years TNA has become synonymous with washups. Everyone thought that they would change Monday night. TNA changed nothing. We saw them bring in more forgotten names such as The Nasty Boys, X-pac, Scott Hall, Val Venis, and Ric Flair.

These men will do nothing to help the business because people are tired of seeing them. The exception is Ric Flair and he won't wrestle anymore so he means nothing as well. So you probably wonder what I mean by the worst decision ever, right?

When I was tuned into TNA for the first match I was growing tired already, the crowd wasn't into it, and I would imagine many of the people at home weren't either. That's when it happened. Jeff Hardy showed his face on TNA.

I couldn't believe my eyes. Jeff Hardy, with legal troubles and all, was on TNA television. I am a huge Jeff Hardy fan and always have been. I still kept up with Jeff during his first stint in TNA but I couldn't understand his decision to come now. He left the greatest wrestling promotion in the world to come to a wrestling promotion struggling to get good ratings.

Just months ago Jeff Hardy was the biggest name in the wrestling industry. He was winning the greatest titles in WWE. Then we all heard that Jeff wanted a break from the wrestling industry. His fans understood because everyone thought his body was in pain. Now a lot of his fans are saying, What were you thinking?

As everyone knows Jeff Hardy is in deep legal trouble right now. He was just Indicted Monday as well. It shows that he has some problems he needs to get over before he returned to wrestling.

While not all of his fans feel backstabbed, Many do. Everyone was expecting Jeff to come back and face CM Punk one day. Just another mistake Jeff made. He lost to CM Punk on his way out. Then as he was saying goodbye at the ramp CM embarassed him once more before he left. Jeff looks weak going into TNA. He not only stabbed his fans in the back, but also stabbed the WWE in the back.

It was obvious that the WWE wanted Jeff back. They mentioned his name on a weekly basis. They gave him slammy's and still placed his pictures in WWE magazine. They also made a dvd that showed all of Jeff's great matches in his career. He was one of the biggest money makers still selling major merchandise in WWE.

Jeff Hardy will grow to regret this decision. He was the biggest name in WWE. He disrespected wrestlers such as Taker and Triple H who put him over. WWE worked to do everything that they could to make Jeff Hardy who he is. He has already been removed from the WWE's entrance video. Jeff Hardy needs to get his stuff together and realize what he has done. It truly is the worst decision in wrestling history.