Jeff Hardy has accomplished quite a lot of things throughout his pro wrestling career. He and his brother Matt remain one of the most beloved tag teams in the history of pro wrestling. The Hardys were also criticized for being unable to move in the ring.

Jeff Hardy teamed up with Matt and squared off against The Young Bucks at AEW Double Or Nothing. In the end, The Hardys won the match. However, neither of the Hardys looked well during the match.

While speaking on Jim Cornette’s Drive Thru, Jim Cornette criticized Jeff and Matt Hardy for being unable to move in the ring, while discussing their match against The Young Bucks.

”Matt and Jeff Hardy can’t move anymore. They could be sloppy when they were 25 years old, full of pi** and vinegar and over and the people loved everything and they looked like they weren’t killing themselves. Even though they were killing themselves which why they look like this now.


Nick [Jackson] of the hardly boys missed, what do they call it? Twist in the whisper in the wind? He missed that off the top rope on purpose and then Jeff is supposed to hit him with one but Jeff couldn’t get up on the top rope. I’m serious, you saw this right? He was just unable to get to the top rope. And, the hardly boys waiting on him for 10 seconds and then Jeff hits the flip and gets up and apropos of nothing because nobody is anywhere near him, just dives to make the hot tag to Matt, which was cold.” 

Jeff Hardy was also a mess during the match and he was pulled from AEW Dynamite due to injuries. We will have to wait and see when Jeff Hardy will make his return to AEW television.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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