WWE have announced that Jeff Hardy will be the next guest on the Broken Skull Sessions with Stone Cold Steve Austin.
As confirmed on WWE’s The Bump, Jeff Hardy is set to appear on the Broken Skull Sessions. The episode will premiere on November 25th on Peacock and the WWE Network. Previous guests on the show include The Undertaker, Randy Orton, Chris Jericho and most recently Seth Rollins.
Jeff Hardy was recently drafted to SmackDown as part of the 2021 WWE Draft although his is yet to make his in-ring debut on his new home.
Prior to moving to the blue brand, Hardy had feuded with the likes of Damian Priest, Karrion Kross and Austin Theory in 2021.
OH HELL YEAH!
— WWE (@WWE) November 3, 2021
Jeff Hardy first appeared in WWE in 1994 where he performed as a ‘jobber’ after saying that he was 18-years-old despite being only 16. Along with his brother Matt, Jeff Hardy signed with WWE in 1998, before their careers really took off in 1999.
The pair defeated Edge and Christian in the first ever Tag Team Ladder Match at No Mercy later that year, which would eventually lead them into Table Matches and the highly acclaimed TLC matches.
In the early 2000’s Hardy began appearing as a singles star winning the Intercontinental Championship as well as starring opposite The Undertaker in a Ladder Match on Raw. However, the Charismatic Enigma was released in 2003, joining TNA until 2006.
Upon his return to WWE Jeff Hardy climbed to the main event winning the World Heavyweight Championship. Hardy left the company once more in 2009 in order to recuperate from a number of injuries, later re-signing with TNA the following year.
Jeff Hardy remained with TNA/IMPACT until the Hardy Boyz shockingly won the WWE Raw Tag Team Titles at WrestleMania 33.