Jeff Hardy Tag

Jeff Hardy was described as being “a mess” in the hours that led up to his main event match with Sting at Sunday’s Victory Road pay-per-view event. The former TNA World Heavyweight Champion had to be held as he made his way from outside the Impact! Zone to the staging area behind the entrance curtain. His behavior at the “gorilla position” combined with the manner in which he stumbled during his ring entrance caused management to call an audible mere minutes before the match. Eric Bischoff delivered instructions to bothRead More

Posted On March 17, 2011By Steven PachecoIn Columns

One Count Kickout – Jeff Hardy

onecountkickout@gmail.com http://twitter.com/onecountkickout In response to the results of the recent PPV hosted by TNA there has been a lot of buzz in regard to the current standing of TNA, and most specifically, the mental and physical state of Jeff Hardy. Writing columns about wrestling you can often times get lost in the moment and though we all know that it is a work sometimes we get so involved in the storylines that we forget that these are real people portraying characters and that a lot of the people involved inRead More

Posted On March 16, 2011By PWMania.com StaffIn News

More Details On Why Jeff Hardy’s Court Case Was Delayed Again

As reported earlier, TNA star Jeff Hardy was scheduled to appear in a North Carolina court on Wednesday morning for the latest hearing related to his pending drug charges, but the case was delayed once again and a continuance was issued. According to FayObserver.com, the case was delayed because prosecutors are still awaiting the results of lab tests from the State Bureau of Investigation on some of the evidence that was seized from Hardy’s home on the day of his arrest back in September 2009. Hardy’s lawyer has stated publiclyRead More

Posted On March 16, 2011By PWMania.com StaffIn News

Jeff Hardy Court Update: Hardy’s Case Continued Once Again

TNA star Jeff Hardy was scheduled to appear in a Moore County, North Caronlina court on Wednesday morning, but once again, the case was continued to a later date. This time, the reason for the continuance was that the district attorney’s office is still waiting for evidence to come back from the state bureau of investigation. Hardy is facing multiple drug charges, including felony trafficking, stemming from his September 2009 arrest.Read More

Posted On March 16, 2011By Jared GebhardtIn Columns

The Wrestling Genius: This Was a Tough One

I am aware other writers have brought this up but I’m throwing my two cents in on the subject, seeing as I’ve been saying for months now that it was pathetic that TNA had Jeff Hardy as their champion just because he sells t-shirts. Now I’ve read a few reports that this might be an “angle” or that he’s “working” this whole thing. I’m not buying it for a second, and if he was “working”, someone should walk into Vince Russo’s office and punch him in the crotch for everyRead More
Following reports that TNA star Jeff Hardy has been sent home from TNA due to his “condition” backstage at Sunday’s Victory Road pay-per-view, Jeff’s brother Matt has issued his first public comments regarding the situation. Matt tweeted on Monday afternoon: “Well, today has been quite the interesting day to say the least. And yes, Jeff is fine. I’m (definitely) fine. Just sore from busting my ass last night.” As previously reported, Jeff Hardy tweeted on Sunday night that “Things are op,” which apparently means “things are okay.”Read More
– The March 11 episode of WWE SmackDown on Syfy scored a 1.93 cable rating, slightly down from the previous week’s 1.97 figure. The show averaged 3,072,000 viewers over the course of two hours. — WWE.com has added Drew Carey to its Hall of Fame inductees section. The Price Is Right host was announced today via press release as the latest inductee into the Hall. — Several cable companies are advertising Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson ‘firing back’ at John Cena on tonight’s episode of Monday Night Raw. “The Great One”Read More

Posted On March 14, 2011By Daniel PenaIn News

HOF Announcement Delayed, Helms Comments On Bar Incident

– Abdullah the Butcher was originally scheduled to be announced as the latest inductee into the WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2011 tonight on Monday Night Raw, but said plans were changed last week due to WWE officials reaching an agreement with Drew Carey. The organization issued a press release today touting the celebrity’s induction into the Hall. Speaking of the Hall of Fame, Sunny is being pushed as the “Original Diva.” — Former WWE talent Gregory Helms commented on the story of being cited by police for allegedlyRead More
– WWE.com head Joey Styles took a shot at Jeff Hardy today on Twitter in regards to his brief match at last night’s TNA Wrestling pay-per-view, Victory Road. “Last night, I was watching a 15 year old match of Jeff Hardy as enhancement talent on wweclassics.com,” he wrote. “That was wweclassics.com, wasn’t it?” He later added, “No hateful replies to my Jeff Hardy tweet this morning. I guess I reconciled with all of you TNA fans and we agree on last night’s debacle.” — Jersey Shore star Nicole “Snooki” PolizziRead More

Posted On March 14, 2011By PWMania.com StaffIn News

The Rock Advertised For Raw, Bret Hart Comments On Jeff Hardy

– Former WWE & TNA star Sean Morely (Val Venis) has posted a video clip where he shares his thoughts on Jeff Hardy’s latest “incident.” Morley does not comment specifically on Jeff Hardy’s rumored issues, but clearly did not like the way Jeff Hardy no-sold Sting’s Scorpion Death Drop finisher at the pay-per-view. Check out the video here. — Meanwhile, Bret Hart tweeted this about Jeff Hardy’s situation: “Getting asked a lot about Jeff Hardy. Know very little about it. I will say that TNA fans deserve better than whatRead More

Posted On March 14, 2011By Owen PattersonIn News

Joey Styles Takes Shot at Hardy/TNA, Sheamus Drops “King”

WWE.com’s Joey Styles posted the following on his Twitter account: “Last night, I was watching a 15-year-old match of Jeff Hardy as enhancement talent on WWEClassics.com. That was WWEClassics.com, wasn’t it?” You can read more from Styles at Twitter.com/JoeyStyles. Several readers have sent in word that during a recent interview in Oklahoma City, WWE star Sheamus noted that he has dropped the name “King” as “King Sheamus” has not won any matches, but the “Celtic Warrior” has.Read More
As reported earlier, TNA Wrestling officials made the decision to send Jeff Hardy home from this week’s iMPACT! television tapings. Reports from last night’s show were that Hardy was in no condition to perform and management decided to cut his match with Sting short. Unlike the last time there was a question about Hardy’s condition (prior to the Final Resolution pay-per-view in December, company officials were going to strip Hardy of the World Heavyweight Championship due to his condition backstage at the event, but then changed their minds) no oneRead More
– Hulk Hogan responded to a fan on Twitter who suggested that TNA Wrestling get rid of Jeff Hardy because he has a “problem that needs to be sorted out.” “Brother, we’re trying to get everything straightened out,” Hogan replied. “I feel bad about some of the situations that have to be dealt with.” — Following this week’s iMPACT! tapings in Orlando, Florida TNA Wrestling is back on tour on Friday in Jacksonville, Florida, and Saturday in Savannah, Georgia. Jeff Hardy is billed as the top star for the event.Read More
TNA Wrestling officials held a meeting this morning regarding Jeff Hardy and a decision was made to send the former World Heavyweight Champion home from this week’s iMPACT! tapings in Orlando, Florida. Sting was always scheduled to retain the TNA World Heavyweight Championship against Hardy last night at Victory Road, but in a proper match. Regarding a rumor that surfaced last night, Hardy was not arrested. The pay-per-view debacle led to his name trending in the United States on Twitter. *VIDEO* of Jeff Hardy vs. Sting at Victory Road ->Read More

Posted On March 14, 2011By Owen PattersonIn News

Report: More Facts vs Rumors On The Jeff Hardy Situation

There are a million rumors flying around tonight about Jeff Hardy and his condition at the TNA Victory Road pay per view. We can report with certainty that TNA management was concerned about Jeff’s condition this evening, and that was the reason the main event went one minute, twenty eight seconds. We can also report Sting was said to be furious over the situation, and apparently he wasn’t the only one. We can squash the rumor that Jeff Hardy was arrested after the show. We have several reports that JeffRead More

Posted On March 14, 2011By Owen PattersonIn News

Report: Details Behind Hardy/Sting At TNA Victory Road

Although there are many reports online at this moment regarding why the main event at Victory Road went only one minute, twenty eight seconds, the fact is that no one really knows yet what happened in the ring. Here’s what we have gathered, at this hour, from a variety of sources. There was general concern throughout the day on the condition of Jeff Hardy. The finish of the match was never discussed with agents, announcers, or the production truck as a one minute, twenty eight second match. Sting’s physical limitationsRead More

Posted On March 14, 2011By PWMania.com StaffIn News

More Live News & Notes After TNA’s Victory Road PPV

Steven Fat, who attended TNA’s Victory Road PPV in Orlando, sent us word that there was lots of confusion among the live audience at the Impact Zone following the quick main event result. According to Steven, Bischoff was noticeably seen telling Sting something after dropping the mic. Security quickly rushed Jeff Hardy to the back who was trying to rile up the crowd to chant “BULLSH*T” over the finish.Read More

Posted On March 14, 2011By PWMania.com StaffIn News

What Happened After TNA Victory Road Went Off The Air

Not a whole lot to mention after one of the shortest TNA PPV main events in company history. The fans chanted “bullsh*t” as security helped Jeff Hardy to the back.Read More

Posted On March 14, 2011By PWMania.com StaffIn News

TNA Victory Road PPV Results – March 13, 2011

TNA Victory Road PPV March 13, 2011 Orlando, Florida Commentators: Mike Tenay and Taz Report by: Adam Martin of Wrestleview.com A video package runs highlighting Sting’s return to TNA and becoming the new TNA Champion. A graphic opening hits welcoming us to the “road to Lockdown” tonight. We go live to the Impact Zone in Orlando, Florida where a series of pyro goes off. Mike Tenay and Taz welcome us to the show. Bully Ray is out first to kick off the show. Ray says “thank god” for people likeRead More