According to a report by PWInsider, Jeff Hardy is expected to report to the WWE Performance Center next week to have his in-ring return progress checked on.
Hardy has been out of action since April 2019 due to a severe knee injury. Fightful reports that Hardy’s return was initially set for November 2019, but a number of personal and legal issues have kept him from the ring. Hardy has been arrested twice in recent months, once for public intoxication in July and once for a DWI in October. Hardy is slated to be in court on April 6 to address the DWI issue.
Matt Hardy says goodbye to WWE
Following his segment with Randy Orton on last night’s episode of Monday Night Raw, Matt Hardy sent out a tweet with a picture of him from the show and a simple caption: “GOODBYE.”
Hardy has been creating videos for YouTube called “Free the Delete.” Hardy has been stating that his WWE appearances are coming an end in the past and stated this his contract expires on March 1. Though not confirmed, Hardy has not signed a new contract with WWE. His brother Jeff’s contract has been frozen due to injury, pushing up his contract expiration date.
— Matt Hardy in LIMBO (@MATTHARDYBRAND) February 11, 2020