Report: Jeff Hardy's New WWE Contract Is Closer To Two To Three Years In Length

An update on the length of Jeff Hardy's new contract.

Mike Johnson at PWInsider reports Jeff Hardy's new deal with WWE is closer to two to three years in length and not five years, which had been speculated previously. The new contract length includes time that was added to Jeff's previous contract due to injury time missed. Jeff's original deal, including injury time added, was set to expire in 2021. It is unknown the exact length of Jeff's new deal.

Jeff stated in an interview with BT Sport on September 14, that he had re-signed with WWE and that one condition of him re-signing was getting 'No More Words' back as his theme when crowds are able to return to live events.

Jeff is the reigning Intercontinental Champion on the SmackDown brand. He is set to defend the Intercontinental Championships against Sami Zayn and AJ Styles in a triple threat ladder match at WWE Clash of Champions.

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