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Jeff Hardy’s Addiction Issues Blamed On Dangerous In-Ring Stunts

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Jeff Hardy is a true veteran in the pro wrestling world and fans continue to support him no matter what he does. Unfortunately, Jeff Hardy still can’t quite conquer his own personal demons. Hardy’s addiction issues were also blamed on his reckless in-ring stunts.

Hardy recently made headlines after he was arrested for driving under the influence after leaving a local Dave & Busters. It essentially opened up a can of worms once again.

While speaking on Figure Four Daily,”Lance Archer talked bout Jeff Hardy’s latest DUI arrest. He blamed Jeff Hardy’s addiction issues on all the dangerous stunts he has performed over the years in the ring.

“This isn’t just with Jeff, but I think one of the cruxes of the problem is anyone I know who has battled addiction, whether it be alcohol or drugs, the key to overcoming it in most cases is getting away from the lifestyle, the cycle, and the habits you had while you were intoxicated. ”

“Scott Hall is a great example of this. He gets away from wrestling and often gets help from DDP, gets away from wrestling, gets sobered up and cleaned up, and then he takes bookings, gets back on the road, and falls off the wagon again. The continued cycle of going to rehab and then going back on the road also leads to something else. ”

“He (Jeff Hardy) is really hurting, he is really banged up, and he is doing Swantons on the steel stairs. He continues to get booked in dangerous matches and a willingness to do stunt matches. We also have a decades-long history of injuries of guys being all beat up in pro wrestling that leads to self medication. That’s something that needs to be addressed because there are a lot of people working really hurt, and this is in every company, there are stunt matches on every show with guys that are getting hurt, and then we have people with substance issues. It is a scary combination. ”

AEW has suspended Jeff Hardy without pay until he makes a full recovery. He is still advertised for AAA TripleMania. We hope Hardy comes back better than ever before.

h / t to WrestlingNews.co

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