Jeff Hardy has zero recollection of DoN match against Young Bucks

Those who watched Double or Nothing might have noticed that Jeff Hardy looked off while he was wrestling with his brother Matt against The Young Bucks. There was a good explanation as to why, with Matt revealing in the latest episode of his podcast that Jeff was nearly knocked out in the opening minutes.

While they do not know exactly when Jeff got his bell rung, Matt said that his brother has zero recollection of the match and does not remember anything. He explained that Jeff still “held up his end of the bargain” and finished the match “running on fumes.”

He also said that he and the Bucks had to give directions to Jeff throughout the match to tell him what comes next as he had no idea what was going on.

“So considering he really got knocked loopy terribly at some point earlier in the match, he still did pretty good to go through and do everything he did,” Matt said.

Jeff was pulled from the post-PPV Dynamite on Wednesday due to the injury.

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