— While past precedence shows that WWE does not suspend talent for DUI/DWI charges or arrests – an example was Jey Uso’s recent arrest which was pretty much ignored by WWE – Jeff Hardy’s situation is a bit different in that he has displayed a long-term pattern that may need to be handled differently, such as sending him to rehab.
— Not only does Jeff have prior brushes with the law, including being convicted of possessing steroids and trafficking prescription pills back in 2009, but he had incidents in TNA including one where he showed up under the influence of alcohol to a live PPV show.
— Jeff did participate in the footage that was shot for the Ultimate Deletion match that is set to air this Monday, but it’s possible WWE will choose to edit him right out if he’s going to be held off of TV.
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