Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Dec 8, 2012
Jeff Hardy’s TNA Future In Question

Jeff Hardy’s TNA Future In Question

At this time, TNA is still not certain that they can keep Jeff Hardy when his contract expires in late February/early March of 2013. The feeling is that he can achieve greater fame and fortune in WWE, but his body (back) is in rough shape and he’s virtually guaranteed a permanent main event spot in TNA. The other thing in TNA’s favor is that he can work a lighter schedule there.

It should be noted that while promoting a recent appearance for WOH Wrestling, Matt Hardy was asked about the possibility of a Hardy Boys reunion in WWE next year, with him being a free agent and Jeff’s contract with TNA Wrestling expiring. He responded, “Very likely!” Take that for what it’s worth.

TNAWrestlingNews.com can also report that both Matt and Jeff are financially set and have saved a lot of their money over the years. Neither needs to return to WWE as money is not an issue.


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20 Responses to “Jeff Hardy’s TNA Future In Question”

  1. DJBIGCG says:

    Well this reminds me of devon dudley having wwe raw backwards spelling war and matt morgan doing something like that, in giving hints they were on there way back to wwe, but both stayed in tna. Now I'm not sure if they REALLY are financial set (no matter what tna says) or not or even on there way in the near future to the wwe according to matt, but people do work there 9 to 5 to make money and pay there rent, and wwe is where making a shit load of money is at. and wwe is the place with the big time spotlight compared to tna or just about any other wrestling company at that. So the decision to stay in tna or go back to wwe is up to the hardy boyz

    • Philly_Cheese says:

      The thing is Hardy has been selling paintings on the side, and being very successful at it at that. Given the massive travel schedule, I doubt highly Jeff will go to WWE (especially with his very young daughter). With WWE comes more pay, but far more hours. WWE has a travel schedule where many wrestlers spend 280+ days on the road of the year.

      Also WWE wants nothing to do with Matt after the kind of BS he pulled to get himself fired. People seem to forget he insulted many people in upper management, caused problems with other wrestlers, and did every last little thing to get himself fired. Fact is Matt is going to be stuck in the Indy scene for a very long time after what he did.

  2. TwIsTeD_EnEmY says:

    Would be awesome if he stayed in TNA.
    But not as the champion…

  3. jbcissom says:

    There is only one reason why Jeff Hardy should go back to WWE…. and that is the money. Other than that, every other reason points to TNA.

    Jeff f'ed up in WWE, and they ridiculed him, publicly and in storyline.
    Jeff f'ed up in TNA, in the biggest way possible (other than killing someone), and TNA has allowed him to rebuild himself in more ways than one.

    Business is business, but loyalty and 2nd chances are priceless.

  4. Dante_Cross says:

    It's good to hear that they saved their money. I recall seeing one of Jeff's videos of the guys hanging out and they aren't living very over the top for the money they have. At most, you'd consider their house that of just some wealthy person as opposed to the millionaires they are (at least jeff).

  5. pepsilover2008 says:

    Kinda shocked hes still with tna tbh, they gave him a huge 2Nd chance. Jeff Hardy would be dumb to go back to a company that clearly wears him out as he quit there twice.

  6. JoeWrestling says:

    Go back to sleep. Jeff Hardy is not leaving TNA, and it's just the standard talking up of options to negotiate larger salary from TNA. No one wants to go back to that company. If they do, they don't go anywhere, and they won't let them. See how well Christian and Gail Kim did. If you're in great health you might go back to get a few extra dollars, just because they have more pay dates available to make money off of, but that's it. Even Sting doesn't want to go there really, and they hold all his merchandising potential revenue.

    • Jack Dag says:

      How well did christian do? He won an ACTUAL world title and had some great feuds with some of the top guys in WWE, which is about as good as it was every going to get for him. As for Gail Kim, it isn’t exactly a big mystery that WWE couldn’t really give a toss about the women’s division so what more would you expect her to achieve?

      As for ‘nobody wants to go back there’ – I would seriously doubt that and question how you came up with such a ridiculous comment. I take it you’re also a close friend of Sting’s… Say hello for me the next time he drops in for a cup of coffee.

      • godoftna says:

        I'd have to say that Christian only ot his World Title run as a favor to Edge and nothing more. Remember, he won the belt after Edge vacated it due to injury and he hasn't won it since. For the WWE, Chrisitian will never be looked at as anything BUT a career mid carder. And while Sting has never really said that he would never go to work for McMahon, at this point in his career there's no reason to. He's in his 50's, isn't the best in ring worker (though he still works well with the crowds), has made and saved a ton of money, and has nothing to prove. The ONLY reason people want Sting to go to the WWE is for what would be a disappointing Wrestlemania match up with the Undertaker. And there's NO reason why the WWE would have Sting come in just to end Taker's 'Mania streak.

        • Jack Dag says:

          I always wanted to see Sting vs Undertaker, but you are probably correct in saying that it would be a big disappointment if it happened now. Ship has sailed.

          As for Christian – again I agree with what you say to some extent, but i don’t see how someone can say he is LESS of a success being in WWE in upper mid card or main event than he is being in a permanent main event in TNA.

      • soyfenomenal says:

        LOL Christian's 2-day title reign and feud with BOREton were utter shit. Fuck yourself.

        • Jack Dag says:

          You utter child. He won the WHC twice, and the IC title. I’d rather have that than a feud with Bobby Roode or James Storm ‘LOL’

  7. TheBringer92 says:

    Take 6 months off from TNA n WWE and the decide then

  8. TheFurnitureom says:

    Jeff Hardy in his own interviews has suggested that he will re sign with TNA because TNA won't put the shackles on his personal projects – music, and that means a lot to him. Nothing has been signed, but contracts are being drawn up. Matt Hardy's comment is just a poker face comment to keep dirtsheet's guessing, if you want actual answers trust Jeff, not Matt. He doesn't need more money.

  9. SammartinoJC says:

    Good Riddance! If he really did leave after screwing up like he did, and Dixie and TNA giving him this huge second chance.

    On a side note what's the Hardy interviews that are taped and we can "Hear what he's thinking?"…I,d love to see him in an interview with Velvet and hear what he's thinking!

  10. godoftna says:

    My first question is does the WWE even want Matt Hardy back after the way he acted before being released? Jeff i would say they'd take back in a heart beat, but Matt would have to give them pause. Now VKM has been quoted in the past as saying that he'd consider hiring (or re-hiring) anyone he felt could help him make money, so one never really knows. At this point, it all comes down to what Jeff wants to do. And to say that he wouldn't go to the WWE because of the more grueling schedule, well just look at the schedules worked in recent years by The Undertaker, Shawn Micheals, Triple H, Mick Foley, and Brock Lesnar. Now it'll be said that they are all special cases, which is true, but again, if McMahon wants Hardy bad enuff, he'll give him whatever time off he wants.

    • Philly_Cheese says:

      Problem is VKM knows the hardy boyz are old, the tag team division in WWE is dead, and newer fans don't know who they are. If anything VKM would simply hire Matt to get Jeff, simply because Jeff sells massive merch. I doubt he'll sign with WWE because at this point he's just simply enjoying it, and WWE isn't known for being as stable as TNA.

      Unfortunately for Matt, without his brother he's going to be stuck in the indies for a very long time. Let's be honest it's his own fault for messing up the good thing he had going with TNA.

  11. DMS says:

    I hope to god that Hardy is WWE Bound………I don't like him, waste of space, I've never quite understood his appeal……other then his high flying ability the guy hasn't got much going for him

  12. incognitowolfe says:

    hardy not going to the wwe since they drug test there.

  13. Warrior_86 says:

    This has nothing to do with Hardy's contract, but why do we hear Hardy's thoughts out loud backstage? It's just terrible!

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