Last weekend one of the pay-per-views of All Elite Wrestling was staged, namely, Double Or Nothing, which lasted almost five hours and was full of matches that were also able to surprise. Two of the absolute protagonists of this evening were definitely Jeff Hardy, who recently returned to fight alongside his brother Matt and who here faced The Young Bucks in a tag team match, and of course Adam Cole, winner of the men's tournament dedicated to Owen Hart.
While the two worked hard putting love and effort into it, they apparently pushed the line, forcing the Jacksonville company to take them off this week's AEW Dynamite programming.
Jeff Hardy and Adam Cole injured?
Starting with Jeff Hardy, during the last Wrestling Observer Radio session, reporter Dave Meltzer said that Jeff was a disaster during the pay-per-view, which has also been seen somewhat with some difficulties that he had while performing his moves in the ring.
“Jeff Hardy was a disaster coming into Double Or Nothing. From what I've been told, it was really the match with Darby Allin, it was all dressed up for the holidays. Since he went to AEW, you can watch those reels with highlights and see how he did some great stunts at his age and he's paying for it now.
" Dave Meltzer's colleague from Wrestling Observer, Bryan Alvarez, also commented on Adam Cole's absence from the Dynamite match: “He's now an 8-man so they also brought out Adam Cole. I was told that Adam Cole is also injured, so both boys are injured.
They didn't just remove Adam Cole because they wanted to go from a 10 to an 8. " So, if we were to summarize the changes they made to the match, we could say they took Adam Cole off because he got hurt, but to even things out they also left Jeff Hardy out to allow him to rest.