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SmackDown Live segment revealed

Samoa Joe has been harassing Jeff Hardy for weeks now, and this past Tuesday on SmackDown Live Joe decided to bring up the Charismatic Enigma’s struggles with addiction.

Joe distracted Hardy just as he was going to send Randy Orton through the announcer’s desk. Thanks to that, Orton was able to regain his composure and connect with the RKO for the victory.

Joe then mocked Hardy’s latest issue from earlier in the year, giving a public service announcement on drinking and driving.  The WWE revealed on Twitter that Jeff Hardy will get a chance to address Joe’s comments this week.

Some felt that bringing up Hardy’s past mistakes are taking it too far. What do you think about the storyline? Let us know in the comments below?

  • Keith Learmonth

    I’m fine with it as long as long as they aren’t making a mockery of someone’s addictions.

    Jeff’s story is that he overcame his past mistakes. In the Attitude Era, they mocked Hawk by making him play a suicidal alcoholic on TV. That was way worse.

  • Whistling Joe

    I don’t know why not. hardy should be mocked for being weak willed. He has all the money in the world to get any type of help he needed and still decided he’d rather snort and shoot his way through life. There is absolutely nothing sympathetic about the man. If you want to feel badly for someone, feel badly for crack babies and people that get slipped things and turn into addicts and don’t have the resources to get the help they need.

  • Killswitch

    They’re trying to blend more “shoot” elements into storylines for added realism, hoping the fans don’t realize it’s still scripted.

  • Kristopher Robinson

    I’m not a fan of when they bring that type of stuff into storylines I never understood it.

  • Wicka Steve

    meth hardy should never talk, not once, not ever. The man sounds like he stoned out of his mind and has marbles in his mouth. Also, what happened to him taking time off? I was really looking forward to not having to see him for three months, hopefully forever. I guess WWE wants to see how low their ratings can go. Put the title on Charlotte, WWE, and I promise you I’ll stop watching Smackdown.