Jeff Hardy Pulled From WWE Touring Following Positive COVID-19 Test

Hardy will be out of action for at least 2 weeks

Jeff Hardy has been pulled from WWE touring after testing positive for COVID-19.

As previously noted, Kansas City-based recordBAR announced Hardy's post-Monday Night Raw meet-and-greet had been cancelled due to The Charismatic Enigma's positive test.

The company posted on their Facebook page: 

"We regret to inform you that the event with Jeff Hardy to take place on Monday July 26, 2021 at recordBar in Kansas City, MO will have to be postponed to a later date. Jeff Hardy just tested positive for COVID this morning, and will have to quarantine for the next two weeks, and will not be participating in any live events for the next two weeks.

"For now, all tickets will be held to await a rescheduled date. Once the new date is announced, if you cannot attend the new date, please email [email protected] for a refund. You will receive another email from us when the new date is announced." 

Mike Johnson of PWInsider has since reported that WWE has pulled Hardy from the road following the positive test. The former WWE Champion was internally scheduled to have a rematch with Karrion Kross on the July 26 edition of Raw but that match has been scrapped. 

Hardy faced and shockingly defeated the NXT Champion on last week's episode of Raw, which also marked the return of his popular theme song, 'No More Words.'

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