*Spoiler* Incredible angle leaves WWE fans shocked during SmackDown



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*Spoiler* Incredible angle leaves WWE fans shocked during SmackDown

This night an incredible thing happened during WWE SmackDown. During the first 5 minutes of the show, with the cameras that had just come on on the Orlando Performance Center, from the outside of the arena, however, some police officers arrested Jeff Hardy for an alleged drunk driving.

But let's start from the beginning. The Smackdown cameras, in fact, turned on an Elias that was taken away with an ambulance after being hit by someone, with the police who was desperate for the driver of the car that went mad, who first hit Elias and then crashed into a tree outside the PC arena.

Jeff Hardy arrested

Obviously, the rented car was immediately brought back to the ex WWE Champion Jeff Hardy, who after a few minutes came out in pain from behind a building of the headquarters of the Orlando federation, being immediately blocked by the policemen.

After hearing a strong smell of alcohol, the cops could not help but arrest Hardy for drunk driving (the famous American DUI wording), taking him away. Obviously, all this seems to be a strategically orchestrated angle by the WWE leadership, which has kept its employees engaged in this way, even if at the moment it is not known in which direction this story can go, with several insiders who have already complained about the bad taste of the angle at the start of the show, especially given Hardy's private past.

Hardy has had success as a singles wrestler, capturing his first of six world championships, the WWE Championship in 2008 and going on to hold WWE's World Heavyweight Championship twice and the TNA World Heavyweight Championship three times.

Jeff Hardy has also won the WWE Intercontinental Championship four times, the WWE Hardcore Championship three times and the WWE European, Light Heavyweight, and United States Championships once each. He is the 18th Triple Crown Champion and 9th Grand Slam Champion in WWE history (one of five men to complete both WWE Grand Slam formats and one of two to win all original Grand Slam titles).