An update on Jeff Hardy's in-ring return.
According to PWInsider, Hardy is slated to be at the WWE Performance Center next week to have his progress towards a WWE in-ring return checked on. It's been roughly 10 months since Hardy last competed in a match as he had been recovering from a leg injury.
Fightful's Sean Ross Sapp previously reported that Hardy's original expected return date was early November, but was still sidelined as WWE is having him take care of his personal and legal issues upon returning. It should be noted that they've already extended his contract due to missed time. Hardy is also slated for a court date in North Carolina on April 6 due to his DWI arrest back in October 2019.
Hardy last wrestled in April 2019 at a live event, and his last televised match was when he and his brother Matt defeated The Usos to win the SmackDown Tag Team Championship. However, the two had to vacate the titles as a result of Jeff's injury.
In other Hardy-related news, Matt returned to Monday Night Raw on February 10, confronting Randy Orton about his attack on Edge in late January. Orton then attacked Matt and was carried out of the ring. Matt, whose contract runs out in a few weeks, then posted a tweet saying "Goodbye."