Jeffrey Nero Hardy is a singer and wrestler for All Elite Wrestling (AEW). Since 1993, he has been a professional wrestler and is presently contracted to WWE’s SmackDown brand. Hardy had previously fought for Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA), Ring of Honor (ROH), and various other independent companies in addition to WWE.
Hardy is “widely considered as one of the best professional wrestlers of all time,” according to British radio station Talksport. The Hardy Boyz, which he formed with his brother Matt, is regarded as one of the finest tag teams in wrestling history.
Hardy is the younger brother of Matt Hardy and the son of Ruby Moore and Gilbert Hardy. He was born on August 31, 1977, in North Carolina, United States of America. His mother died of brain cancer ten years after he was born. He developed a passion for motocross and obtained his first bike, a Yamaha YZ-80 when he was 12 years old.
He also played baseball, but owing to injuries sustained in a motorcycle race, he had to stop. He also tried out for the football team as a fullback and linebacker. He was interested in wrestling and competed in amateur wrestling in high school, and when given the choice between wrestling and football, he selected wrestling.
Jeff Hardy’s net worth
Jeff Hardy has an estimated net worth of $8 million. Jeff Hardy was born on August 31, 1977, in Cameron, North Carolina, where he participated in amateur wrestling and played football as a fullback and linebacker in high school. Hardy’s mother died of brain cancer when he was nine years old, in 1986.
Jeff Hardy is presently contracted to WWE and receives a yearly salary of $2.06 million. This brings his monthly earnings to $171,666.67 and his weekly earnings to $39,615.38. Jeff Hardy’s net worth is based on his earnings during his wrestling career.
Jeff Hardy’s Professional Life
Hardy and his brother Matt signed a deal with WWE as a tag team superstars. In the year 1998, they inked a contract with the corporation. As soon as the two appeared on WWE TV, the WWE Universe exploded in applause.
The fans’ support propelled them to the top of the tag team division, culminating in a slew of positive encounters. In 2003, Hardy quit the WWE, claiming “personal troubles” as the cause for his departure.
He competed for a few lesser wrestling organizations after that until returning to the WWE in 2006. He rejoined with Matt Hardy after his comeback, and the two went on to reclaim their tag team title.
The Hardy Boyz then had a feud with the Dudley Boyz, Bubba Ray Dudley, and Dvon Dudley, as well as the Edge and Christian team, which is widely regarded as one of the most well-known feuds in professional wrestling history.
The three teams then competed in the first-ever Table, Ladders, and Chair match, which tested everyone and was met with ecstatic applause from the WWE Universe.
Hardy won the WWE Intercontinental Championship in 2007 and the WWE Championship the following year. Hardy departed WWE shortly after, signing with other firms, which helped him get a lot of attention.
He certified a variety of identities, including Willow and Brother Nero, before returning to WWE after an eight-year sabbatical.
He made a big comeback to WWE in 2017 when he and Matt were startled to be in a Raw Tag Team Championship match. After Hardy Boyz won the title, Matt and Jeff moved on to pursue other professions.
In 2018, Hardy won the United States Championship, and in 2020, he won the Intercontinental Championship.
In 1999, shortly after his tag team won the championship for the first time, Hardy met his girlfriend Beth Britt. In 2008, Hardy’s house burned down, and his dog died as a result of the fire.
Hardy was devastated since he had recently begun construction on a new home in the same neighborhood. He and Beth have two daughters together. In 2011, the couple tied the knot.
He likes tattoos and has several tattoos that represent various aspects of his life. He has a tattoo of roots that runs from the top of his head to behind his ears. He has Chinese symbols of peace and health tattooed on his body. His tattoos are dubbed “creative impulses” by him.
Hardy was charged with felony DUI for driving with a suspended license. He had previously been arrested for driving while inebriated and for trafficking prescription drugs and steroids.
He has a home in North Carolina valued at $2 million, as well as a tiny property in Los Angeles Valued at $500,000. He also co-wrote a New York Times best-selling biography with his brother Matt Hardy, titled “The Hardy Boyz.”