Jeff Hardy Comments on Recent DUI Arrest Being Included in WWE’s Hardys Documentary
Canadian newspaper The Whig-Standard held a recent interview with Jeff Hardy and one of the topics discussed involved his thoughts on his DUI arrest from earlier this year being included in WWE Network’s The Hardys: WOKEN documentary.
Talking about all that stuff was hard. It just sucked. I was really nervous before I watched, but after watching it, I was like, ‘Wow, that was honest, and open, and raw, and I was really pleased with the outcome of it all.’ But … I’m not going to lie, it was tough and I’ll be starting my community service this week for my recent arrest. But everything’s over, I’ve just got to make everything right now, and I’m underway and that was my first and last DUI.
During the same interview, Hardy said that his two main goals for his current run in WWE are to compete in a Hell in a Cell match and to do an Ultimate Deletion match.
WWE Files Several New Trademarks for Wrestlers
WWE recently filed five new trademarks to the United States Patent and Trademark Office related to their main roster talent. These were for the terms Mike Kanellis, Bobby Lashley, Sonya Deville, Sarah Logan, and Mandy Rose.
Lucha Underground Ratings – August 15, 2018
This week’s episode of Lucha Underground drew 97,000 viewers on the El Rey Network, down from last week’s 115,000 viewers.
Misc. Wrestling News & Notes
Major League Wrestling announced a new match for their September 6th War Games event in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. This was revealed to be a MLW World Heavyweight Championship match of Rey Fenix versus champion Low Ki.
Pro Wrestling Revolver announced that the card of their October 20th event in Des Moines, Iowa features a singles match of PCO versus WALTER.
Matt Jackson announced on Twitter that restaurant chain TGI Fridays will be one of the official sponsors for next month’s All In event. TGI Fridays is currently offering a special “All In” deal of one appetizer, one entree, and one dessert for $10.