The Wrestling Observer is reporting that TNA officials want Jeff Hardy to enter a rehab program, however the former WWE star has not as of this writing.TNA has not used Hardy since the incident which took place during the main event of March's Victory Road PPV, where Hardy wrestled Sting in a very short match due to Hardy being ruled unfit to compete. In related news, Jeff Hardy's court case is still pending, with a decision expected to come in the very near future.
Think I'll have a wank over these tomorrow.
An apparent suicide note Matt Hardy released this evening via YouTube has been confirmed as a hoax.Jeff Hardy’s wife, Beth Britt, is steamed with Matt’s latest attempt ‘to work the Internet’ as police showed up to her North Carolina residence this evening on a suicide call.She angrily wrote on her Twitter account, “When the cops show up to our house at 11 pm, for a “suicide call” the fucking joke is over @MATTHARDYBRAND. Stop trying to work the Internet.”A fan wrote to Britt, “Who the hell calls 911 and sends them to the wrong f’n house?” She responded, “Apparently someone that believed the stupid video.”She then wrote, “I guess you got what you wanted @MATTHARDYBRAND. Everyone is talking about you, again. But it’s not in a good way.”Meanwhile, Shane Helms wrote, “Don’t believe the hype.” He continued, “And please don’t bash me for it! I didn’t do it, had nothing to do with it.”
Take two: Hardy will now return to TNA under a mask, as Suicide.
Matt Hardy has announced his retirement as a full-time professional wrestler, citing problems with his hips. In his latest video, he explains his controversial video that many thought was a suicide note. He says that he plans to start a program to help those dealing with suicidal behavior or addiction problems. Matt Hardy ends the video by apologizing. The video is embedded below:
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