Jeff Hardy has reportedly been released by WWE after turning down the offer of “help and rehab” seemingly in response being sent home from a recent live event.
On December 5th it was reported that Jeff Hardy had been sent home from a WWE live event after what was described as a “rough night.”
Jeff Hardy headlined the Saturday night event in Edinburg, Texas, teaming up with King Woods and Drew McIntyre in a six-man tag team bout against The Bloodline. Hardy was claimed to have taken the brunt of the assault from Roman Reigns and The Usos in that fight, but once he tagged his teammates in, Hardy disappeared into the crowd and did not reappear after the contest.
After the incident Matt Hardy had said that his brother Jeff was “fine.” Despite this, only days after being sent home, Jeff Hardy has been released by WWE. In addition it was reported that the company offered Hardy “help and rehab” but he declined.
Following the news that Hardy had been released it was later reported that the star had been acting erratically at the aforementioned live event in Edinburg, Texas. Furthermore, it was noted that it was pretty clear that it was a “dangerous situation.”
Seemingly in response to the reports surrounding the health of her husband, Jeff Hardy’s wife Beth tweeted that “Jeff is good. We are good. Post that you ‘heard’ that.”
Jeff Hardy recently competed as part of Team SmackDown in the traditional 5 vs. 5 tag team bout at Survivor Series. His most recent match came on SmackDown where he teamed with Drew McIntyre to face Happy Corbin and Madcap Moss.