Jeff Hardy is feeling much better

Jeff Hardy is undoubtedly one of the most spectacular wrestlers of the modern era

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Jeff Hardy is feeling much better

Jeff Hardy is undoubtedly one of the most spectacular wrestlers of the modern era, having captivated millions of fans in every corner of the world. The 'Charismatic Enigma' was suspended from All Elite Wrestling in June last year, after being arrested in Florida for drunk driving.

The former WWE star has had to go through a long rehabilitation journey and it seems that the situation has improved a lot compared to a few months ago. Fans would like to see him back in the ring as soon as possible, but a certain date has not yet been set.

In the latest edition of the podcast 'Extreme Life', Matt Hardy revealed that his brother should be included in the video game 'AEW: Fight Forever' Jeff has appeared in 22 different WWE video games, a testament to his enormous impact on the business.

“From what I know, Jeff should be in the new AEW video game. Having the Hardy Boyz would be a win-win for everyone."

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Jeff Hardy's career has been full of ups and downs, which have not however prevented him from becoming an icon of this business.

Before being suspended, Jeff was ready to team up with his brother Matt to take on Jungle Boy and Luchasaurus. Hardy is undoubtedly one of the most spectacular wrestlers of the modern era, having captivated millions of fans around the world with his electrifying streaks.

In addition to being a six-time world champion, Jeff was the ninth wrestler in WWE history to complete the Grand Slam and one of only five to have done so in both formats. In the latest edition of the 'Drive Thru' podcast, former WWE manager Jim Cornette invited fans to worry about Jeff Hardy's health: "It seems to me that people are only interested in seeing him in the ring again, without considering the demons personalities he has to deal with.

The fans don't think about his state of health and it's a real shame. They're not hoping Jeff will fix his problems, they just want to know when he's back in action." Lance Storm shared his two cents centered around Jeff Hardy's latest issue.

"He (Jeff Hardy) is really hurting, he is really banged up, and he is doing Swantons on the steel stairs. He continues to get booked in dangerous matches and a willingness to do stunt matches. We also have a decades-long history of injuries of guys being all beat up in pro wrestling that leads to self medication."

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