Jeff Hardy is an iconic name known for his daring moves in the WWE ring. However, he has not been spared from off-ring issues and has dealt with substance misuse with both drugs and alcohol, something that has led to him being arrested multiple times.

The report of Hardy’s release came out Thursday from Sean Ross Sapp. It comes not long after word got out that the 44-year-old was sent home by the WWE following a sluggish performance at a live event in a report by

Hardy teamed up with Drew McIntyre and Xavier Woods in a six-man tag team match against the trio of Roman Reigns and The Usos in Edinburg, Texas on Saturday.

The former WWE champion exited the ring and left through the crowd with security following him.

Even more peculiar is the report that the WWE offered to help the 44-year-old wrestler in the form of rehab. Hardy reportedly declined the gesture.

Hardy has had a rough time the past couple of years. He was arrested in July 2019 for public intoxication and in October 2019 for driving while impaired.

In September 2020, no less than Hardy himself vowed that he would be done with the WWE if he were to screw up again. At the time, he stressed what happened to actor Chadwick Boseman which touched his soul.

So far, only Matt Hardy has reportedly spoken to Jeff but did not reveal too much on the WWE release.

“He’s okay. He’s good. I think he’ll be fine. Once again, this isn’t my business. If he wants to go into it with more detail, he’ll do it himself,” Matt Hardy started on Twitch.

Hardy appeared to be headed into a feud with Happy Corbin before the shocking turn of events. It remains unclear how the WWE will alter storylines although Rey Mysterio appears to be the one stepping up in his place.

This should take better shape when WWE SmackDown airs on Dec. 10.

WWE superstar Jeff Hardy
WWE superstar Jeff Hardy Getty Images | Chris Ryan/Corbis

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