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Jeff Jarrett and Dixie Carter react to Hardys’ return to WWE

Impact Wrestling’s Jeff Jarrett tweeted his congratulations to Jeff Hardy for his return to the WWE and Raw Tag Team title win at last night’s WrestleMania but left Matt Hardy out of the congratulatory message.

“Could not be more happier for my friends @JEFFHARDYBRAND n @BethBrittHardy_ … Super, super congrats,” he wrote. The second name tagged in the tweet is Jeff’s wife Beth.

Jeff was less vocal about his Impact Wrestling exit compared to his brother Matt, who waged an all-out war against Jarrett, Ed Nordholm, and the other men behind the Anthem owl which is perhaps why Jarrett did not feel like congratulating Matt as well.

Meanwhile, former TNA President Dixie Carter reacted to the photo that was published from Maxel’s Twitter account. Carter, who had no problems with the Hardys and vice versa, congratulated both.

“Love this pic! Congrats to @wwe for this great get. Can’t say enough about these two @MATTHARDYBRAND @JEFFHARDYBRAND #Wrestlemania,” she wrote, adding two love emojis in the tweet.

Colin Vassallo
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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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