Jeff Hardy did not leave WWE on the best of terms. While his brother, Matt Hardy, who was also of WWE superstar, has found a new home with AEW, it seems Jeff Hardy is not going to lag far behind.

Tony Khan recently made an announcement in a very cryptic way suggesting that a free agent might be joining AEW Dynamite very soon. That has led to a lot of speculation as to who could the new All Elite star would be.

The fans have been eagerly trying to decode it as well. Twitter has its own set of theories and many of them think that a tweet by Private Party’s Isiah Kassidy maybe teasing the debut of Jeff Hardy.

Isiah Kassidy, according to the Twitter theories, is having a falling out with his manager Matt Hardy. As he’s talking about teaming up with a mystery someone, it is highly probable that it’s a clear in for Jeff Hardy to take over AEW.


With a great showing in tonight’s #AEWRampage TNT Title bout @IsiahKassidy has earned qualifying match for a spot in the Face of the Revolution ladder match with a TNT Title shot at stake! His opponent will debut Wednesday + sign a contract with AEW! Isiah vs ? on #AEWDynamite!

Isiah Kassidy replied to say, “I was good, but Sammy was better on Friday. Respect g. But aye man, this better not be who I think it is… Y’all gonna force me to put this dude out for good 100%. By the way. I’ve called you 4 times @MATTHARDYBRAND. I gotta get ready for this ladder match.”

Matt Hardy has addressed Hardy’s sudden release from WWE following a drug test. Hardy had the choice to either go to rehab or get a release from WWE. Wild in traditional cases his non compete laws might stop him from participating in any wrestling promotion for the next 90 days, The special circumstances of his release might just allow that.

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Nitish Vashishtha

Nitish Vashishtha is a freelance writer/contributor from India. He’s written content for companies like ScoopWhoop and Sportskeeda. He’s been writing about pop-culture, current affairs and pro-wrestling since 2017.

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