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The reason why TNA management were caught so flat footed by Jeff Hardy's condition was because he turned up to the show "fine enough" (by his standards), was sober enough to work out the whole match with Sting, then after the show had already started "whatever happened happened". Which means he must have gotten wasted while the show was going on.

They think it would be really wonderful if he went to rehab, but they realise that there is only a 1% chance that will happen.

Nevertheless, they are still making plans to bring back their most unreliable star since Scott Hall, this time as a babyface

 

 

from Meltzer on observer live.

 

Legit can't believe he got wasted DURING the show. That's Von Erich levels of sleaziness.

 

They should offer him an ultimatum, they'll pay for rehab, and he has to go, or he's fired.

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The reason why TNA management were caught so flat footed by Jeff Hardy's condition was because he turned up to the show "fine enough" (by his standards), was sober enough to work out the whole match with Sting, then after the show had already started "whatever happened happened". Which means he must have gotten wasted while the show was going on.

They think it would be really wonderful if he went to rehab, but they realise that there is only a 1% chance that will happen.

Nevertheless, they are still making plans to bring back their most unreliable star since Scott Hall, this time as a babyface

 

 

from Meltzer on observer live.

 

Legit can't believe he got wasted DURING the show. That's Von Erich levels of sleaziness.

 

They should offer him an ultimatum, they'll pay for rehab, and he has to go, or he's fired.

Why have you posted this again? You already made (two) posts about this in the Victory Road thread this morning, and now you post about it again, but start another thread for it this time.

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The reason why TNA management were caught so flat footed by Jeff Hardy's condition was because he turned up to the show "fine enough" (by his standards), was sober enough to work out the whole match with Sting, then after the show had already started "whatever happened happened". Which means he must have gotten wasted while the show was going on.

They think it would be really wonderful if he went to rehab, but they realise that there is only a 1% chance that will happen.

Nevertheless, they are still making plans to bring back their most unreliable star since Scott Hall, this time as a babyface

 

 

from Meltzer on observer live.

 

Legit can't believe he got wasted DURING the show. That's Von Erich levels of sleaziness.

 

They should offer him an ultimatum, they'll pay for rehab, and he has to go, or he's fired.

Why have you posted this again? You already made (two) posts about this in the Victory Road thread this morning, and now you post about it again, but start another thread for it this time.

 

Because he hates TNA for not paying for Daffney's surgery

 

Don't see why this is threadworthy, Hardy is TNA's biggest star, obviously they're going to make plans for bringing him back, anything less would be incompetent

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The reason why TNA management were caught so flat footed by Jeff Hardy's condition was because he turned up to the show "fine enough" (by his standards), was sober enough to work out the whole match with Sting, then after the show had already started "whatever happened happened". Which means he must have gotten wasted while the show was going on.

They think it would be really wonderful if he went to rehab, but they realise that there is only a 1% chance that will happen.

Nevertheless, they are still making plans to bring back their most unreliable star since Scott Hall, this time as a babyface

 

 

from Meltzer on observer live.

 

Legit can't believe he got wasted DURING the show. That's Von Erich levels of sleaziness.

 

They should offer him an ultimatum, they'll pay for rehab, and he has to go, or he's fired.

Why have you posted this again? You already made (two) posts about this in the Victory Road thread this morning, and now you post about it again, but start another thread for it this time.

 

Because he hates TNA for not paying for Daffney's surgery

 

Don't see why this is threadworthy, Hardy is TNA's biggest star, obviously they're going to make plans for bringing him back, anything less would be incompetent

 

Incompetent is not twigging your main eventer is off his rocker on drugs before sending him out to perform. Or making plans to bring him back when he's still got a major addiction AND an unresolved criminal charge against him.

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The reason why TNA management were caught so flat footed by Jeff Hardy's condition was because he turned up to the show "fine enough" (by his standards), was sober enough to work out the whole match with Sting, then after the show had already started "whatever happened happened". Which means he must have gotten wasted while the show was going on.

They think it would be really wonderful if he went to rehab, but they realise that there is only a 1% chance that will happen.

Nevertheless, they are still making plans to bring back their most unreliable star since Scott Hall, this time as a babyface

 

 

from Meltzer on observer live.

 

Legit can't believe he got wasted DURING the show. That's Von Erich levels of sleaziness.

 

They should offer him an ultimatum, they'll pay for rehab, and he has to go, or he's fired.

Why have you posted this again? You already made (two) posts about this in the Victory Road thread this morning, and now you post about it again, but start another thread for it this time.

 

Because he hates TNA for not paying for Daffney's surgery

 

Don't see why this is threadworthy, Hardy is TNA's biggest star, obviously they're going to make plans for bringing him back, anything less would be incompetent

 

Incompetent is not twigging your main eventer is off his rocker on drugs before sending him out to perform. Or making plans to bring him back when he's still got a major addiction AND an unresolved criminal charge against him.

 

For whatever reason, Hardy is money, as Ian pointed out in one of the other threads, WWE will probably resign him once his legal troubles are out the way regardless of whether hes still on gear, If you draw money companies will turn a blind eye to pretty much anything (which they shouldn't do but it's just the way it is)

 

So TNA can't be blamed for wanting (and planning) to bring him back at some point

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The reason why TNA management were caught so flat footed by Jeff Hardy's condition was because he turned up to the show "fine enough" (by his standards), was sober enough to work out the whole match with Sting, then after the show had already started "whatever happened happened". Which means he must have gotten wasted while the show was going on.

They think it would be really wonderful if he went to rehab, but they realise that there is only a 1% chance that will happen.

Nevertheless, they are still making plans to bring back their most unreliable star since Scott Hall, this time as a babyface

 

 

from Meltzer on observer live.

 

Legit can't believe he got wasted DURING the show. That's Von Erich levels of sleaziness.

 

They should offer him an ultimatum, they'll pay for rehab, and he has to go, or he's fired.

Why have you posted this again? You already made (two) posts about this in the Victory Road thread this morning, and now you post about it again, but start another thread for it this time.

 

Figured them still wanting to bring him back probably needed a thread of its own. I think them still wanting to use him after everything is a fairly big issue that didn't belong in the ppv thread only.

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The reason why TNA management were caught so flat footed by Jeff Hardy's condition was because he turned up to the show "fine enough" (by his standards), was sober enough to work out the whole match with Sting, then after the show had already started "whatever happened happened". Which means he must have gotten wasted while the show was going on.

They think it would be really wonderful if he went to rehab, but they realise that there is only a 1% chance that will happen.

Nevertheless, they are still making plans to bring back their most unreliable star since Scott Hall, this time as a babyface

 

 

from Meltzer on observer live.

 

Legit can't believe he got wasted DURING the show. That's Von Erich levels of sleaziness.

 

They should offer him an ultimatum, they'll pay for rehab, and he has to go, or he's fired.

Why have you posted this again? You already made (two) posts about this in the Victory Road thread this morning, and now you post about it again, but start another thread for it this time.

 

Because he hates TNA for not paying for Daffney's surgery

 

Don't see why this is threadworthy, Hardy is TNA's biggest star, obviously they're going to make plans for bringing him back, anything less would be incompetent

 

Incompetent is not twigging your main eventer is off his rocker on drugs before sending him out to perform. Or making plans to bring him back when he's still got a major addiction AND an unresolved criminal charge against him.

 

For whatever reason, Hardy is money, as Ian pointed out in one of the other threads, WWE will probably resign him once his legal troubles are out the way regardless of whether hes still on gear, If you draw money companies will turn a blind eye to pretty much anything (which they shouldn't do but it's just the way it is)

 

So TNA can't be blamed for wanting (and planning) to bring him back at some point

 

 

Has Hardy even made them much money?

 

I mean, it's not like he's selling Cena or Rey level of merchandise or helping them sell out house shows. If he was, I could maybe understand the ruthless businessman arguement. But its not like he is. He doesn't seem worth the risk when they're still doing 1-1s 1.3s and only doing decent house show business but not anything amazing. He has a loyal fanbase, but never took off in TNA like people thought he would.

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Nonsense. Is the fat teenage girl demographic really that strong? He's already cost them viewers with the PPV debacle and the fact they've had to issue a freebie kickback to their PPV subscribers to make up for the shit main event. You'd think this would be enough reason for them to dispose of him, but rather than build with the stars they've got they think it's a better decision to bring him back, despite the baggage he has. What kind of message does that send to the rest of their locker room? That you can be a notorious druggie, fuck up a PPV main event, cost the viewers, cost them money, and still keep your job. TNA is utter garbage, Dixie is a daft bint, and any ex-WWE wrestler with any name value knows that they have carte blanche to do as they like because TNA's fear of losing them makes them unsackable.

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Has Hardy even made them much money?

 

I mean, it's not like he's selling Cena or Rey level of merchandise or helping them sell out house shows. If he was, I could maybe understand. But its not like he is. He doesn't seem worth the risk when they're still doing 1-1s 1.3s and only doing decent house show business but not anything amazing. He has a loyal fanbase, but never took off in TNA like people thought he would.

 

He makes them a shitload in autographs, photos etcetera at house shows. They do a bit after the matches where Don West comes out and shills merch and gets wrestlers out so people can have their photo taken with them for a price, supposedly Hardy is by far the most popular for this.

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In fairness, WWE would probably be willing to bring back Hardy once his trial is over, so it's not just them. Don't know if they'd want him to go rehab, which led to him getting fired the first time, but they might want him to get at least a few months without getting into trouble.

Don't get me wrong, I'd think it would be stupid of WWE to bring him back too, but at least they'd go some distance to ensure he's rehabbed and drug free before presenting him to the public. TNA just don't care, this much is now evident.

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In fairness, WWE would probably be willing to bring back Hardy once his trial is over, so it's not just them. Don't know if they'd want him to go rehab, which led to him getting fired the first time, but they might want him to get at least a few months without getting into trouble.

Don't get me wrong, I'd think it would be stupid of WWE to bring him back too, but at least they'd go some distance to ensure he's rehabbed and drug free before presenting him to the public. TNA just don't care, this much is now evident.

 

 

Oh, yeah, WWE at least want to look professional to people. So they'd want Jeff to at least try to get clean so it doesn't look like they don't care. Even if they'd probably be smarter just to cut all ties with him, ala Scott Hall.

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Hardy's just a soft shite. Its well know Hulk Hogan wrestled most of his big matches in the 80s out of his head on pills and coke. You just need to see his eyes during those pre-tapes to release that. Thats when wrestlers were men! Randy Savage would say "fancy a line, ol' boy?" before re-writing the genre in matches against fellow junkies Ted DiBiase and Rick Rude. Shawn Michaels would be sick on Vince McMahon's lapels and tear the house down with an off his head Razor Ramon. Hardy would have been carrying ring jackets if he was wrestling during that era. Diesel used to get off his face, he was called "lazy". Hardy gets off his head of drugs and he's called a "problem". Its like Kevin Nash says "Hardy is money ... he's money going out of your fucking pocket".

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