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Jeff Hardy AEW: Jim Cornette thinks he should avoid signing

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Former WWE on-screen personality and outspoken pro wrestling commentator Jim Cornette recently discussed Jeff Hardy and his release from WWE.

Speaking on the Experience, Cornette would explain why Hardy should not be trying to make his way over to All Elite Wrestling, where his brother Matt Hardy currently works.

“Everyone is thinking, ‘Ohh, now we are getting the Hardy Boyz reunion'” Cornette began. “I know everyone really wants that to happen, and I am not saying it would be a bad thing, but right now it would be ridiculous.

“Tony Khan has to realize that short term it would be huge pop, but if you do not rectify the problem he just had before, is he going to have it in another place?” Cornette continued, alluding to Hardy’s reported dependence issues.

“It would be a lower-pressure environment, sometimes lower-pressure environments bring out bad habits. Or it would be a lower pressure he would be in, and these kinds of things will not happen, but the point is you have to think twice because you are just taking a chance” Cornette concluded.

Jim Cornette on Jeff Hardy

AEW Dynamite is on every Wednesday night on TNT and FITE; fans in the UK can sign up to watch the show via AEW+ on FITE.

AEW Rampage is on every Friday night on TNT and FITE, fans in the UK can sign up to watch the show via AEW+ on FITE.

All Elite Wrestling also hosts four PPV events per year, available via traditional PPV routes in the United States and again on FITE TV elsewhere. The PPVs are named Double or NothingFull GearAll Out and Revolution.

AEW Dark and AEW Dark: Elevation are available to watch every Monday and Tuesday night on AEW’s official YouTube channel.

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