Jeff Hardy is universally beloved, being a proper veteran in the pro wrestling world. However, his personal demons have cost him a great deal. After a lot of personal setbacks, Hardy returned to AEW earlier this year and it appears he plans on wrestling until he is 50 years old.

After 10 months away from AEW television, Jeff Hardy finally returned back in April. Hardy wasted no time in becoming a mainstay of the company after his return and fans were just happy to see him back.

Jeff Hardy was written off AEW television last month at the hands of Juice Robinson. It happened shortly after The Hardy Boyz lost a match to Austin & Colten Gunn on the June 21 episode of AEW Dynamite.

While speaking to MuscleManMalcolm, Jeff Hardy was asked about his condition after making his in-ring return. Hardy then revealed that he plans on wrestling until he is 50 years old.


It’s the last run, the last good Hardy Boys run. I still have hopes, deep within my soul, that I’m going to have one more solo world championship title reign.

I have no idea. I’m a big believer that something could happen before I get home tonight that would end my career. It’s the little things that kill sometimes. I can’t put a number on it, but I feel like I’m going to be rocking until I’m 50. I’m 45 now. Between now and 50, I think I’m going to create many more moments.”

The nature of Jeff Hardy’s injury was also revealed recently. Regardless, we will have to wait and see when the Charismatic Enigma will be able to make his return to AEW television in the meantime.

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