Just a month after admitting to Steve Austin in his Broken Skull Sessions interview that he has zero room for mistakes, Jeff Hardy found himself in a yet another unfortunate situation and was released by WWE again.
The news was reported by Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful Wrestling who added that Hardy was offered help and rehab by WWE but he turned the offer down, effectively ending his WWE career.
Jeff was sent home from the WWE tour last weekend after he walked out midway through his six-man tag team match where he teamed up with Xavier Woods and Drew McIntyre to take on Roman Reigns and The Usos. Hardy made the hot tag during the match and exited the arena through the crowd and never came back. Jeff was said to be “sluggish” during the match.
Hardy recently signed a new WWE deal which would have kept him there for the next few years. He had been signed since making his surprise return with his brother at WrestleMania 33.
During his interview with Steve Austin, Hardy spoke about his drug and alcohol addiction and said he disappointed Vince McMahon far too many times, but was grateful for the latest opportunity, saying he was told there there would be no more chances if he messes up again.