Former WWE star discusses Jeff Hardy's arrest
by SIMONE BRUGNOLI | VIEW 1038
The news of the umpteenth arrest of Jeff Hardy has shaken the world of wrestling, which does not stop wondering about the future of this performer. As everyone knows by now, Cameron's athlete was stopped by the police for driving under the influence of alcohol and subsequently failed the control tests.
According to Marc Raimondi in the Florida Highway Patrol arrest report, Jeff's car skidded and was going off the road. After being stopped, the man seemed confused and in a state of alteration. Bryan Alvarez, a well-known correspondent for the Wrestling Observer, expressed all his doubts about this story: “Hardy has to stop and solve his problem once and for all.
Going from one wrestling federation to another will not help him in this regard. He left WWE in late 2021 and signed a contract with AEW. If Tony Khan were to dump him, I don't rule out that he could go back to Stamford. They wouldn't bring it back now, but maybe a year from now.
Unfortunately, it has always happened like this." In a long conversation on Sportskeeda, Shannon Moore, a close friend of Jeff and former WWE superstar, shed light on the addiction of the 'Charismatic Enigma'
Shannon Moore on Jeff Hardy
"I've also had addiction problems in the past, so I know what that means.
You have to understand that addiction does not fight alone, you need to get help if you don't want it to ruin your life” - explained Moore. “If you've never walked in those shoes, you can't know what that means.
Addiction must be treated as if it were a full-fledged disease. A person addicted to alcohol or substances is as if he had cancer. Cancer needs to be treated. I hope Jeff Hardy decides to get help, I say it for his sake” - added Shannon.
Lance Storm also expressed his opinion on the subject: “Hardy risks getting hurt every time he steps in the ring, it's no longer a sustainable situation. This is a problem that must be addressed once and for all”.
Speaking on the latest edition of Sportskeeda Wrestling's Writing with Russo, the former WWE head writer said that stopping Hardy from wrestling could change his attitude. "I don't think the WWE will ever hire him again. I don't know about Tony Khan, but I mean bro, that is a huge part of the problem. Shut down what he loves best and now maybe we'll see a change," said Vince Russo.