Reby Hardy Calls Out Wrestler Who “Sold Drugs To Entire Locker Room”

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Reby Hardy has sarcastically called out a wrestler who sold drugs in the locker room and cheated on their wife. Hardy also appeared to take issue with fans praising the star for being a nice person after they passed away.

In the short clip on TikTok, the text on the video reads “wrestling fans when the guy who cheated on his wife & sold drugs to the entire locker room dies.” The accompanying voice over, which Hardy mimes along to, says “In my opinion he is the nicest person in the history of the universe.”

The caption to the video states “Can’t be a ‘good guy’ if you do this sh*t, I don’t care about how sweet your arm drag was.” Hardy added that the post is “not about any one person in particular.”


Can’t be a “good guy” if you do this 💩, don’t care how sweet your arm drag was #sorrynotsorry#househardy#wwe#aew#wrestling#messytiktok *not about any one person in particular*

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The former Reby Sky hasn’t made further comment on who the clip may be about, although fans were quick to share their own theories. Hardy also came in for some criticism from others who pointed to the well-documented addiction issues faced by her husband Matt Hardy and brother-in-law Jeff.

Reby Hardy In Wrestling

Reby Hardy began her career in entertainment as a model before dipping into the wrestling industry in 2010. The star initially wrestled for Lucha Libre USA before appearing in Shine Wrestling and a number of other independent promotions.

However, the New York native is perhaps best known for her time in TNA/IMPACT Wrestling where she performed under the name Reby Sky. She signed with the company in 2014, before leaving with Matt and Jeff three years later.

Reby Hardy married current AEW star Matt Hardy in 2013 and the couple have four children together.

The star recently hit the headlines after giving her thoughts on the post-AEW All Out brawl and controversy featuring CM Punk and The Elite. Again on TikTok the star stated that All Elite Wrestling wouldn’t exist without the Young Bucks in what appeared to be a message of support for Matt and Nick Jackson.