As noted before, AEW is done advertising the three-way ladder match for the AEW World Tag Team Titles this Wednesday on “Explosive,” where the Jurrasic Express was scheduled to guard against Young Bucks and The Hardys.
In an update from Dave Meltzer of The Wrestling Observer, while AEW has not spoken a word freely, they have asked WarnerMedia “to shut down all advancement of Jeff Hardy in any ads or elsewhere right; away.”
Meltzer added that there is likewise vulnerability concerning the headliner of AAA’s TripleMania this Saturday in Tijuana, where The Hardys should wrestle Dragon Lee and Dralistico. That’s what Meltzer noticed; assuming The Hardys are pulled from the session, FTR will probably have their spot and protect the AAA World Tag Team Titles against Lee and Dralistico. “However, at that point, we need to get into the tricky situation of FTR wrestling at Forbidden Door and on an AAA show seven days separated, on account of the New Japan/CMLL relationship,” Meltzer added.
Soon after news broke of Jeff Hardy’s capture on Monday, AEW delivered a tweet advancing the matches for Wednesday’s “Explosive,” including Ethan Page versus Miro, Wardlow versus 20 Security Guards, and Ortiz versus Chris Jericho in a hair versus hair match. In any case, the tweet did not notice the label championship.
Jeff was supposedly reinforced out of prison Monday at 7:07 pm ET, paying a $3,500 bond with a bail bondsman’s help. He was recently scheduled to appear in court on Tuesday at 1:30 pm ET, yet that appearance is recorded as “dropped.”
Jeff made his AEW debut on the March 9 “Explosive” following the lapse of his 90-day WWE non-contend condition.