Matt Hardy recently shared an update on his brother Jeff Hardy’s condition. Jeff suffered a dislocated jaw during an attack by Bullet Club Gold on the June 21 episode of AEW Dynamite. Juice Robinson hit Jeff with a roll of quarters, causing the injury. Fortunately, the jaw is only dislocated and not broken, so Jeff is expected to be out for a couple of weeks. Matt discussed this on his podcast, emphasizing that pro wrestling is a tough sport.
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“The roll of coins, it dislocated his jaw. They thought it might have been broken, but it was dislocated, so it’s only looking like a couple of weeks. So, yeah. It is what it is. It’s pro wrestling. It’s not ballet, as they say,”
Due to his previous arrests, Jeff Hardy has been written off AEW TV, as he was unable to enter Canada for the current tour. In his absence, Matt has teamed up with Isiah Kassidy for matches, including a loss to QT Marshall and Johnny TV on the June 30 episode of AEW Rampage.
After AEW’s tour in Canada, they will return to the United States for the July 19 edition of AEW Dynamite, which will feature Blood & Guts III between The Elite and Blackpool Combat Club.
(Source: H/T to Fightful)
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