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BREAKING NEWS: Jeff Hardy Released From WWE, Reason Revealed

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• BREAKING NEWS: Jeff Hardy Released From WWE, Reason Revealed

Former World Champion Jeff Hardy has been officially released from WWE.

According to Sean Ross Sapp, Hardy’s release was related to him being sent home after a recent Live Event.

WWE offered to help and send Hardy to rehab, but Hardy declined the offer. This led to WWE releasing him.

WWE Hall Of Famer Bubba Ray Dudley recently said the following about Hardy leaving a Live Event match in the middle and then being sent home:

“Listen, complete speculation as to why Hardy decided to go home, leave. You never know. Life on the road is difficult.

I’ve explained this before. Lots of things can be going on in somebody’s personal life. With Jeff unfortunately there is history and what history will tell us is that sometimes Jeff gets himself in a little bit of trouble.

I hope it is not those same things that have happened in the past.”

Matt Hardy said the following about Jeff a few days back:

“I did speak to Jeff for a little bit today, and he’s OK, he’s good, and I think he’ll be fine, but once again this isn’t my business, and if he wants to go into it in more detail, then he’ll do it himself. But like, Jeff is OK, he is at home, and he’s OK.”

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (December 9, 2017) – Old School WWF/WCW Veteran Passed Away

On this day in 2017, we lost Old School WWF/WCW Veteran “The Z-Man” Tom Zenk at the age of 59 due to arterial sclerosis and cardiomegaly.

In the fall of 1986 Tom Zenk joined the World Wrestling Federation with his tag team partner Rick Martel as ‘The Can-Am Connection’, but the team didn’t last long as Tom left the promotion in the summer of 1987.

After touring Japan (AJPW) and returning to Verne Gagne’s AWA, Zenk joined Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling in September of 1989 and wrestled for the promotion until they let him go in 1994.


November 30, 1958 – December 9, 2017

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