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Do You Think It Was Smart of TNA To Hire Jeff Hardy In Light of His Legal Problems? (Edited 01/27/10 05:53AM by JemJenn)
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31 Fans 
65%a. Yes, His Legal Issues Should Be of No Concern
35%b. No, TNA Should Have Waited Until He Cleared Them Up

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#1 | 1656 days ago

TNA is just trying to get better wrestlers...they need to pay better attention to who it is though. Jeff is a great wrestler in all respect but his issues need to be resolved before he should be allowed to step in a ring again.
No, TNA Should Have Waited Until He Cleared Them Up  
  
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#1 | 1656 days ago

TNA is just trying to get better wrestlers...they need to pay better attention to who it is though. Jeff is a great wrestler in all respect but his issues need to be resolved before he should be allowed to step in a ring again.
No, TNA Should Have Waited Until He Cleared Them Up  
#2 | 1656 days ago

HEY YOU KNOW WAT JEFF HARDY'S PROBLEMS ARE HIS NOT EVERYONE ELSES. YES WE ALL KNOW HES GOT PROBLEMS WITH THE DRUGS BUT HEY WHO OUT THERE IN THIS WORLD HASNT AT SOME POINT OR ANOTHER ITS WAS WRONG FOR THE WWE TO JUST BAN HIM LIKE THIS, THEY SHOULD HAVE HELPED HIM AND SUPPORTED JEFF INSTEAD OF BANNING HIM,  IF TNA ARE BRAVE ENOUGH TO GIVE JEFF THE CHANCE TO DO WAT HE LOVES DOING AND ARE SUPPORTING JEFF THROUGH THIS ORDEAL WHY SHOULDNT HE BE ALLOWED TO DO WAT HE LOVES.

WELL DONE TNA FOR GIVING JEFF THE CHANCE TO DO WAT HE LOVES..... JEFF I HOPE THEY ARE SUPPORTING YOU AND HELPING YOU TO OVERCOME YOUR ADDICITION, GOOD LUCK JEFF.

Yes, His Legal Issues Should Be of No Concern  
#3 | 1655 days ago

Hardy is one of the best in ring performers around at the moment-no doubt. The issue though is that has a bit of a chequered history. Personally I don't think that his antics outside of the ring should weigh on how people view him as a wrestler, but as a person I think people should have a long look at him.

The WWE has let him go, and presumably after his last ummm indescretion they won't be having him back as I think this is his 3rd strike.For TNA though, a company that wants to compete on Monday nights with the WWE, this makes perfect sense. Many of the fans couldn't care less what Hardy gets up to off screen and so in that light he is a great performer and will attract ratings. TNA aren't interested in the moral highground at the moment, but if by some miracle they manage to knock Vince and the WWE off their perch, then they won't care
Yes, His Legal Issues Should Be of No Concern  
#4 | 1655 days ago

Well I wonder how long Jeff Hardy will be in TNA before Vince and the WWE come calling and say to him" Jeff come back where U belong and let Hulk Hogan and the Old Timer have TNA
Yes, His Legal Issues Should Be of No Concern  
#5 | 1654 days ago

 superb entry hit by jeff n tna

but i would like to c him bak wit d wwe
#6 | 1654 days ago

countrygirl_70 wrote:

HEY YOU KNOW WAT JEFF HARDY'S PROBLEMS ARE HIS NOT EVERYONE ELSES. YES WE ALL KNOW HES GOT PROBLEMS WITH THE DRUGS BUT HEY WHO OUT THERE IN THIS WORLD HASNT AT SOME POINT OR ANOTHER ITS WAS WRONG FOR THE WWE TO JUST BAN HIM LIKE THIS, THEY SHOULD HAVE HELPED HIM AND SUPPORTED JEFF INSTEAD OF BANNING HIM,  IF TNA ARE BRAVE ENOUGH TO GIVE JEFF THE CHANCE TO DO WAT HE LOVES DOING AND ARE SUPPORTING JEFF THROUGH THIS ORDEAL WHY SHOULDNT HE BE ALLOWED TO DO WAT HE LOVES.

WELL DONE TNA FOR GIVING JEFF THE CHANCE TO DO WAT HE LOVES..... JEFF I HOPE THEY ARE SUPPORTING YOU AND HELPING YOU TO OVERCOME YOUR ADDICITION, GOOD LUCK JEFF.

That was a perfect reply to a tough question. So many athletes have had issues with drugs, pain killers. Anyone remember Brett Favre? The punishment these guys go through, and yea yea its fake, but you try and do what Jeff Hardy does and fall from a 30 foot high ladder or cage onto a table, see how your body feels. I'm not making excuses, it's just the WWE is getting so high and mighty. Leads me to another point look at Vince 10 years ago, and watch his physic. HMMMM steroids?  Practice what you preach Vince!!
#7 | 1654 days ago

Go Jeff, keep it up, never let anyone bring you down. Let Vince and all of his "up and comers" fall out of the ratings, although TNA needs better writing, badly.Just keep fighting Jeff, your one hell of a performer and I have seen you many times live, you ALWAYS PUT ON A GREAT SHOW.
#8 | 1647 days ago

well i am in frickin love with jeff hardy (DUH WHO ISNT). but Thats not my point. wEll it is but it isnt. Jeff hardy hasnt offically signed with TNA yet i don't think. key word i said yet. I think that it is highly probable that he did because he had his own music playing and sercuity didnt stop him from going into the ring n doing what he did. On Thursday night TNA impact (channel 41/4o i dont remember, @ after WWE superstars) Hulk hogan said that on the up coming their upcoming paperview (it already past, at the time it was upcoming)  there would be a specail guest. He didnt annoce who. so its a surprise/mystery. We will all have to watch it to find out who. I think it might have been jeff. Well hopeing and expecting it to be him. My cousin thinks it was Ken kennady better know as kennady, mr.kennady, and mr.money in the bank (well not really anymore but @ 1 point). But who the heck cares about him. I think that it was smart a great idea for The TNA exectives to hire jeff hardy despite his crimmal record because When he left wwe he was really like THE face of wwe. you might be thinking " and that helps TNA why" because TNA is despretaly trying to get ratings and viewers up. They want the mop the floors of the Impact zone with Vince mc'mhaons face pretty much. And so if they have big stars like Jeff hardy, Hulk hogan, Scott hal, Eric bisoff, Razin ramon, keyvn nash (srry if i mispell names, or any words at all really) It will make it That dream a reality.

#9 | 1645 days ago

 WAT? TNA has signed him?
Yes, His Legal Issues Should Be of No Concern  
#10 | 1640 days ago

TNA has not signed Jeff as of yet...he is keeping his options open.  But them trying to get him is a smart move because he has one of the largest LOYAL fan bases among today's wrestlers.  When Jeff joined TNA during his last hiatus from WWE (which was HIS CHOICE), their ratings went through the roof... why would they not want him now??
The drug issues...how many can say that there is any athlete today who hasn't had issues with them at some point???  NONE!!!!  (If anyone believes CM Punks line of crap, I have a bridge in Arizona I'd like to sell ya!!)   I would like to see anyone put their bodies through what the professional wrestlers do and not need pain killers now and then.  What they do IS scripted, or what some call FAKE...but they still go through more punishment than most people can even imagine.  Learning to fall, or take a hit works, but only so far.  I would challenge anyone to get thrown from the ring to the floor, or get DDT'd on the concrete floor, do a flip off a 30 ft ladder to whatever may be waiting when they reach the bottom, get slammed against the wall of a steel cage, or get hit just right and fall straddling the ropes or the door of a steel cage (which just the thought of that should make any guy cringe) and still not need a few painkillers!!!  What Jeff does outside of the ring should not be a factor in anything.  His being "banned" from WWE when he lost to Punk is just part of another storyline.  He had decided before any of that happened and his contract was up for renewal that it was time for a break.  The legal issues are of no consequence (and not a "Third Strike") with WWE because at the time all of that came about, he was technically no longer an employee of WWE anyway.   
Yes, His Legal Issues Should Be of No Concern  
#11 | 1626 days ago

 well, if TNA signed him, he wont last in there long. As soon as his contract in TNA finishes, he will come running (i mean flying) to WWE
Yes, His Legal Issues Should Be of No Concern  
#12 | 1347 days ago

Well this is the 2nd time he's signed with TNA and Now here's the question people should ask How long will he be the TNA World champion?
Yes, His Legal Issues Should Be of No Concern  

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