Jeff Hardy will have surgery and will have to go out for 4-6 months.
WWE announced that Jeff Hardy had to undergo rotation cuff injury surgery and will not work for at least 4 months.
Jeff Hardy was injured from the last Monday’s match where the challenger was defined for the Intercontinental Championship which won the Jason Jordan.
He said. Dr. Stephen Dakino, medical chief of WWE:
“Jeff is suffering from a ruptured rotator cuff, which is a complete rupture of the entire thickness of his supraspinatus tendon, plus a couple of areas on his shoulder, which will be evaluated and likely to be operated on next week.”