Jeff Hardy is going on tour.
Jeff Hardy announced an eight-date meet & greet and acoustic tour that begins on December 16 and runs through January 16. The following dates were announced:
December 16: Milwaukee, WS
December 17: Rosemont, IL
December 18: Rockford, IL
December 19: Des Moines, IA
January 13: Lincoln, NE
January 14: Omaha, NE
January 15: Fargo, ND
January 16: Sioux Falls, SD.
The tour lines up with the WWE event schedule.
Fans can purchase tickets by clicking here.
SeeEnigma! . . ! pic.twitter.com/EPmv7INd7G— #BrotherNero DELETED (@JEFFHARDYBRAND) December 15, 2021
Hardy was reportedly sent home from the road and was absent from WWE's live event on Sunday, December 5, which took place in Corpus Christi, Texas. Hardy teamed with Drew McIntyre & King Xavier Woods on Saturday, December 4, at a WWE live event and after making a tag to McIntyre, he disappeared from ringside. Hardy was reportedly sluggish as the match went on. He was replaced by Rey Mysterio in the six-man tag team bout against The Bloodline (Roman Reigns & The Usos) on Sunday.
Hardy was released by WWE on December 9.
Jeff made a cameo appearance on his brother Matt Hardy's Twitch stream on Monday. Matt said Jeff will tell details of what happened with WWE when he's ready. You can find his full comments by clicking here.