Following a storied career spanning multiple wrestling promotions, Matt Hardy became free agent after letting his AEW contract expire. He would then return to TNA during the Rebellion pay-per-view and he has now confirmed his status with the promotion following his return.

After Moose successfully defended the TNA World Title against Nic Nemeth, an unexpected twist electrified the arena. As the crowd settled from the intense match, the lights suddenly went out, enveloping the venue in complete darkness. In this eerie silence, a familiar and sinister laughter echoed, sending chills down the spines of those in attendance. It was unmistakably Matt Hardy’s laughter.

When the lights came back on, Hardy stood in the ring, much to the shock of Moose and the audience. With a swift and decisive move, Hardy executed his signature Twist of Fate, taking Moose down and out. The crowd erupted in applause and cheers, recognizing the return of a wrestling icon.

As the event came to a close, Hardy picked up the TNA World Title and held it high above his head, signaling his comeback and intent to reclaim his position in the promotion.


A fan took to Twitter and asked Matt Hardy whether he signed with TNA Wrestling after his return. Hardy made it clear that he is still a free agent and is free to appear when he wants to.

”No. I’m a free agent. I will appear when I want to appear.”

We will have to wait and see how long Matt Hardy will appear on TNA programming, as it is clear he might not be sticking with the company for the long run anyway.

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