While Jeff Hardy remains one of the more popular Superstars on Monday Night RAW, the former world champion hasn’t tasted much in-ring success in 2021.
Since the turn of the year the “charismatic enigma” had only tasted victory in singles action twice until overcoming Cedric Alexander on the most recent episode of the red brand.
Despite being featured prominently early in the year, Jeff Hardy had previously been winless since teaming with Carlito to defeat Elias and Jaxon Ryker on February 1st. His previous singles win also came against Ryker on January 18th.
Since returning to WWE alongside brother Matt in 2017, Jeff has enjoyed a successful third run with the company. Since appearing at WrestleMania 33, Hardy added to his already numerous tag team title reigns, also winning the United States Championship.
While Jeff’s career will always be synonymous with that of his brother Matt, the pair currently find themselves in opposing companies. Despite returning together, Matt eventually left WWE in early 2020, signing with AEW.
Speaking in a recent interview with ESPN West Palm Hardy commented on the differences between the two promotions. Jeff explained that he felt that AEW is more open-minded, adding that WWE is more set in their ways.