Charlotte Flair has posted a vintage beach photo with her Dad, Ric Flair, who was released by WWE last summer. You can view it below.
Jeff Hardy was previously released by WWE last year in December. It was reported that he was offered to go to rehab by the company. However, the former WWE Champion turned down the offer and decided to part ways with the company It seems that Jeff is not a social media person and he recently revealed that he was not familiar with YouTuber-turned-pro-boxer Logan Paul. The YouTube sensation gained popularity with his videos and most recently with his stint in pro-boxing. He has worked in WWE as well.
Jeff Hardy opens up on Logan Paul
During an interview with YouTuber Jared Myers, Jeff revealed that he did not know who Logan Paul was until he was informed about the boxing star. Hardy revealed what his immediate reaction was the first time he saw Paul and why he wasn’t sure who the boxer was.
“I don’t know, I’m not a social media guy,” Hardy said. “Evidentially content is what they provide. When I was in WWE, I didn’t meet him, he was there when I was there and I said ‘Who is this guy?’ ”
During his recent run with the company, Jeff Hardy was around when Logan Paul first started appearing in WWE. The YouTube star and boxer was involved in WrestleMania 37 last year during the Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn feud and will be once again involved in WrestleMania 38 this year, teaming with The Miz to take on Rey Mysterio and his son Dominik.
Speaking about Hardy, there have been several speculations of him potentially joining his brother Matt Hardy in AEW, it was not so certain about the move. But, the star himself has spoken about it and he is set to join AEW. The Charismatic Enigma also spoke during the same interview about his issues with WWE after the way he was released by the company and also said he believes he’ll be back someday.
‘The Charismatic Enigma’ is indeed joining AEW. Jeff is currently under a non-compete with WWE until March 9th and we will have to see how AEW plans his debut. AEW Revolution pay-per-view is right around the corner and we might end up witnessing the huge debut of Jeff Hardy at the show.