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AEW Told WarnerMedia To Remove Jeff Hardy From All Advertising

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Jeff Hardy made his way to AEW earlier this year and fans had a lot of expectations from him. Unfortunately, Hardy’s personal demons continue to ruin his life by the looks of it. AEW has also told WarnerMedia to remove Jeff Hardy from all forms of advertising.

Jeff Hardy recently made headlines after he was arrested for driving under the influence after leaving a local Dave & Busters. This only concerned and saddened fans all around the world.

AEW is also no longer promoting the huge ladder match Hardy was supposed to be a part of. According to Dave Meltzer of The Wrestling Observerwhile AEW has not publicly commented on Hardy’s incident, they have asked WarnerMedia “to stop all promotion of Jeff Hardy in any commercials or anywhere else immediately.”

It was further said that there is also uncertainty regarding the main event of AAA’s TripleMania this Saturday in Tijuana, where The Hardys were set to face Dragon Lee & Dralistico. Meltzer noted that if The Hardys are removed from the match, FTR are likely to take their place and defend the AAA World Tag Team Titles against Lee & Dralistico.

Jeff Hardy might also be facing some jail time as it was his third DUI in the span of 10 years. We’ll keep you updated on this ongoing story.

What’s your take on this story? Sound off in the comments!

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