“I mean I feel like our biggest moment out of the first decade is probably gonna be winning the tag team titles because that was our initial goal."
A very popular voice and former wrestler, Road Dogg, also known as Jesse James came out in support of the high-flying enigma and said that he deserves a second chance.
But on the night of the event, Jeff Hardy turned up to the arena intoxicated and showed that he was in no state to fight.
If he is convicted, Jeff Hardy potentially could face up to five years in prison.
Jeff Hardy was arrested in 2011 for drug trafficking which led him to spend 10 days in jail. He was arrested twice in 2019, for public intoxication, and for driving while impaired.
Jeff was pulled over and later incarcerated following several charges which included his third DUI in ten years.
According to the County Clerk’s office, Hardy is scheduled for a court appearance on Tuesday at 1:30 pm.
The veteran then went on to thank the Young Bucks for keeping the match going in spite of the obvious concern.
During his time in the WWE, Bray was very successful. He led a faction known as The Wyatt Family that terrorised the entire locker room.
“I think it has been really really good for me, personally. I’m happy to see Punk back in wrestling. I think CM Punk is just a fantastic pro wrestler and I feel like he belongs...