Jeff Hardy Clarifies Recent AEW Comments: “Nothing Is Official Yet”
As noted before, Jeff Hardy stated in a recent interview with YouTuber Jared Myers that he is currently heading to AEW.
Hardy recently clarified on Twitter that he has yet to sign an official contract with AEW and his prior comments were meant to be more about a potential goal for the future of his career.
Nothing is official, https://t.co/LtLomkmeE6 can’t be right now.I’ve simply set a goal for myself & I will achieve it…eventually?— #BrotherNero DELETED (@JEFFHARDYBRAND) February 24, 2022
The main thing is,”Don’t get excited!”
Updated Card for Impact Wrestling’s Sacrifice 2022 Event
Thursday’s episode of Impact! featured five new matches announced for the card of Impact Wrestling’s Sacrifice 2022 event, which takes place on March 5th in Louisville, Kentucky.
The matches announced were an Impact World Championship match between Heath and champion Moose, an Impact World Tag Team Championship match between Violent By Design and champions The Good Brothers, a singles match between Eddie Edwards and Rhino, a X-Division Championship match between Jake Something and champion Trey Miguel, and a singles match between JONAH and PCO.
Updated card for Impact Wrestling Sacrifice 2022:
- Impact World Championship – Heath vs. Moose (c)
- Impact World Tag Team Championship – Violent By Design (TBA) vs. The Good Brothers (Doc Gallows & Karl Anderson) (c)
- Impact Knockouts World Tag Team Championship – The Influence (Madison Rayne & Tenille Dashwood) vs. The IInspiration (Cassie Lee & Jessie McKay) (c)
- Impact X-Division Championship – Jake Something vs. Trey Miguel (c)
- Alex Shelly vs. Jay White
- JONAH vs. PCO
- Eddie Edwards vs. Rhino
Full Card for Saturday’s Episode of NJPW Strong
New Japan Pro Wrestling recently announced the full card for this Saturday’s New Beginning USA 2022 Night 4 themed episode of NJPW Strong, which airs on New Japan World starting at 8PM EST.
- Karl Fredericks vs. Ethan HD
- Matt Rehwoldt vs. El Phantasmo
- NJPW Strong Openweight Championship – Taylor Rust vs. “Filthy” Tom Lawlor (c)
Misc. Wrestling News & Notes
AEW announced that they have recently signed a partnership deal with Joe Hand Promotions to air their Revolution 2022 event on March 6th in select movie theaters throughout the United States.
The National Wrestling Alliance recently announced that Violence is Forever and The Bad News Boyz will be two of the teams competing in the four-way play-in match for their upcoming Crockett Cup 2022 tag team tournament.
New Japan Pro Wrestling talent Gabriel Kidd recently announced on Twitter that he is taking a break from wrestling due to him currently suffering from mental health-related issues.
All Japan Pro Wrestling recently announced that Jake Lee will be making his in-ring return from injury at their 50th Anniversary Champions Night 3 event on March 21st. Lee has been out of action for the company since this past December due to multiple facial injuries. (English translation via PostWrestling.com)
Pro Wrestling NOAH recently announced that Hideki Suzuki, former Hachiman in WWE, will be making his return to the company at their Great Voyage 2022 event on March 13th in Yokohama, Japan. It was announced that Suzuki will be teaming up with Takashi Sugiura for the upcoming GHC Tag Team Championship tournament at the event. (English translation via PostWrestling.com)
Josh Barnett announced that JONAH will be making an appearance for Game Changer Wrestling at their Josh Barnett’s Bloodsport 8 event on March 31st in Dallas, Texas.
Gringo Loco announced that Johnny Caballero, former John Morrison in WWE, will be making an appearance for GCW at their Gringo Loco’s The Wrld on Lucha event on April 1st in Dallas, Texas.
GCW recently announced two new matches for the card of their Welcome to Heartbreak event later today in Los Angeles, California:
- GCW Extreme Championship – ACH vs. AJ Gray (c)
- Tony Deppen vs. Kevin Blackwood