Jeff Hardy is set to return to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, for TNA Wrestling’s upcoming taping at the historic 2300 Arena.

Hardy recently made dramatic comeback at TNA Against All Odds, where he saved his brother Matt Hardy, Nic Nemeth, “Queen” Rebecca Hardy, Joe Hendry, and Ryan Nemeth from an assault by The System’s Eddie Edwards, Brian Myers, Moose, and Alisha Edwards.

Jeff announced via social media his participation in the upcoming TNA tapings at the end of June in the birthplace of Extreme Championship Wrestling, expressing his excitement to the fans:

“CREATURES!!..MountUP!——! @ThisIsTNA The Total Nonstop Summer Tour descends into Philly. June 28 & 29, 2024 2300 Arena Tickets available at”


Jeff Hardy has confirmed that he is cleared to return to action, though he must wear a mask to protect his broken nose. He has also shared his determination to end his career on a high note, aiming to shine brighter than ever before.

With his eyes set on making this chapter of his career the most spectacular yet, Hardy’s presence in Philadelphia promises to bring an electrifying energy that will resonate with the die-hard fans and new spectators alike. Get ready, Philadelphia – Jeff Hardy is back, and he’s ready to leave it all in the ring.

What are your thoughts on Jeff Hardy’s return to TNA Wrestling and his upcoming performance at the iconic 2300 Arena? How do you think his presence will impact the event and the fans in Philadelphia? Share your predictions and excitement in the comments below!

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