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“I don’t think anybody should consider it a foregone conclusion” – Tony Khan On Jeff Hardy In AEW

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• “I don’t think anybody should consider it a foregone conclusion” – Tony Khan On Jeff Hardy In AEW

During the media call for this Sunday’s AEW Revolution 2022 PPV, AEW President Tony Khan was asked about Jeff Hardy joining All Elite Wrestling.

Below is what Khan said:

“I don’t think anybody should consider it a foregone conclusion. I do really like Jeff a lot, I think Jeff is still obligated to another company here for at least several more days.

But at some point, when Jeff is free and clear I would love to have Jeff in AEW.

Jeff is a friend of mine, I really like him very much, and I think the world of him. I have a lot of respect for him as a wrestler, and he’s also a very nice person.

I think he would fit in very well in AEW, and we would love to have him, potentially.”

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (March 3, 2016) – Old School Wrestling Veteran Passed Away

On this day in 2016, we lost Old School Japanese Hardcore Wrestling Superstar Hayabusa at the age of 47 due to a cerebral hemorrhage.

Hayabusa mainly wrestled in Japan (FMW, …) and Mexico, but also appeared in Paul Heyman’s Extreme Championship Wrestling once, when he joined Jinsei Shinzaki (WWF’s Hakushi) to take on the team of Rob Van Dam & Sabu at the ‘ECW Heat Wave 1998’ PPV.

His pro wrestling career ended when he was paralyzed after a botched Moonsault in 2001.

† REST IN PEACE HAYABUSA

November 29, 1968 – March 3, 2016

        
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