Jeff Hardy needs knee surgery
The Wrestling Observer Newsletter reports that the injury to Hardy’s right knee is a torn PCL which hes had since 2015 dirt bike accident.
So hes been working with a torn PCL for the past four years. Hardy made the injury worse at a house show this past weekend and was left off SDL this week.
Expect an injury angle and a title loss for the Hardys soon.
update: It was reported that Jeff Hardy was injured during a live event in Madison, Wisconsin in what appeared to be a knee injury. The latest edition of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter reports that the injury is to Hardy’s right knee, which has been had since his 2015 dirt bike accident. He has been working with a torn PCL for the past four years. Hardy was at the live event in Rochester, Minnesota on the following night but didn’t wrestle. He was seen limping as he accompanied his brother Matt to the ring. He didn’t make an appearance at the live event in Sioux City or at the TV taping in Lincoln.
There’s no word from WWE on how bad the injury is, but it’s believed by those who know the storylines that he is set for surgery next week after Smackdown, which could be why the company is being secretive. Sources close to Hardy have said that he’s injured but “hopefully not terribly bad” and that he’s playing things safe. It’s unknown if he will work next week and do some sort of injury angle or title loss.