TNA could've pulled the feel good story about a massive come back and a hard fought climb to the top of the ranks for Jeff Hardy.
They did in a way, only they skipped over the hard work part.
Jeff was supposed to come back and get into a couple of feuds and prove himself.
He was supposed to start from the bottom and work his way up. Nope. TNA made him return, put him back on top without proving a thing and now they're keeping him there.
Hardy made his return in early September, asking for one more shot. His first televised match was in late October. His first pay-per-view match back was only a few weeks ago at Turning Point.
Now, he's given the chance to win a title shot at only his second pay-per-view match back. Wow, a bit early, don't you think?
The guy doesn't even have 10 matches since his return but is already being tossed into the title mix? His push is coming way too soon, but it's too late for TNA to stop it. They already have that stipulation added to his cage match with Jeff Jarrett at Final Resolution.