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“F**k WWE” – Jeff Hardy On Being Asked To Go To Rehab Or Get Fired

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• “F**k WWE” – Jeff Hardy On Being Asked To Go To Rehab Or Get Fired

After Jeff Hardy left a Live Event match in the middle, WWE thought he was doing drugs again and told him to either go to rehab or he will be released from the company.

Jeff told them to release him because he doesn’t need rehab, as he wasn’t doing any drugs.

WWE then had Jeff take a drug test and they released him before the drug test result came back.

Matt Hardy later revealed that Jeff passed this drug test and also confirmed the report of WWE wanting to bring Jeff back with a Hall Of Fame induction in April 2022, which Jeff turned down.

During a recent interview with Jared Myers, Jeff talked about his release from the company, Logan Paul wrestling at WrestleMania 38 & more.

Below are the highlights:

On if he’d like to return to WWE someday:

“Hopefully yeah, I would love to go back. They released me and tried to make me go to rehab but I’m just so over it.

My dream match was with Roman Reigns, I’ve talked about that many times but then I said, ‘so you want me to go away for like 28 days just to save my job?’ No.

You know what’s important to me? Family. My two daughters, my wife, they believe in me.

F**k WWE, man. It’s like a private, personal thing. I’m not going to f**king go to rehab.

If they believe in me, that’s all that matters, my wife and my two girls.”

On not knowing who Logan Paul is:

“I don’t know, I’m not a social media guy. Evidentially content is what they provide. When I was in WWE, I didn’t meet him, he was there when I was there and I said ‘Who is this guy?’”

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• Old School Wrestling Manager Celebrates His Birthday

Old School Wrestling Manager “The Sinister Minister” James Vandenberg aka “Father” James Mitchell celebrates his 56th birthday today.

During his career, Mitchell worked for several promotions, such as World Championship Wrestling (1997-1999), Extreme Championship Wrestling (2000-2001) and Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (2002-2008 & 2017).

He’s the former manager of well known wrestlers like Wrath, Mortis, Tajiri, Mikey Whipwreck and Abyss.


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