WWE Hall of Famer remembers a terrifying segment with Jeff Hardy



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WWE Hall of Famer remembers a terrifying segment with Jeff Hardy

In 2022, Jeff Hardy joined All Elite Wrestling after leaving WWE. The 'Charismatic Enigma' had his last match in a WWE live event in December 2021, when he joined forces with Drew McIntyre and Xavier Woods to face Roman Reigns and the Usos.

Last June, the former WWE star was arrested in Florida for drunk driving. Hardy failed all balance tests and had a BAC nearly four times the legal limit in Florida. Jeff was immediately suspended from the AEW and Tony Khan 'forced' him to go to rehab.

According to the latest rumors, he shouldn't be long before his return to the ring. Cameron's 45-year-old is undoubtedly one of the most spectacular performers of the modern era, so much so that he has made millions of fans fall in love in every corner of the planet.

In addition to being a six-time world champion, Jeff was the ninth wrestler in history to have completed the Grand Slam and one of only five to have succeeded in both formats.

D-Von Dudley reflects on Jeff Hardy

A guest on the latest edition of 'Rewind Recap Relive', WWE Hall of Famer D-Von Dudley recalled a truly terrifying segment with Jeff Hardy.

“I remember I was at the top of the ladder and Jeff started kicking me with unprecedented violence. He wanted to drop me and his blows got stronger and stronger. At one point I said to him: 'Jeff, if you've ever loved me, stop kicking me.'

Edge made sure that the ladder didn't move, otherwise I would have hurt myself very badly" - said Dudley. Recently, Dutch Mantell returned to Hardy's arrest: “Jeff was very drunk and was going at a crazy speed.

Police officers feared he was a fugitive. He could barely stand up and failed all balance tests. His BAC was nearly four times the legal limit in the state of Florida. It is fortunate that he is not dead and that he has not hurt other people."

Wrestling veteran Dutch Mantell has commented on Jeff Hardy's DUI arrest that took place earlier this year. "The reason they [police] pulled guns, I found out later that he was going - they said he was literally flying, 90 miles an hour down the highway.

And they pulled a gun out of protocol, because they don't know what he's running from, and if he's going that fast he must be hiding something. And they just pulled a gun just to protect themselves."