Found June 16, 2013 on
Going by a report from the TNA Basebrawl event in Lexington, Kentucky, it’s being reported that former TNA world champion Jeff Hardy may be working through a back injury.
The live event report indicated that after Hardy won his match against Aces & Eights member Ken Anderson, he immediately exited the ring and was given ice by a trainer at ringside. The ice was applied to his lower back. Hardy also never attempted the Swanton Bomb finisher during the match and won with the Twist of Fate.
For what it’s worth, Hardy has been doing this for months now. After every match he’s in at TNA live events, Hardy is immediately given an ice bag and puts it on his lower back area.
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Jeff Hardy may be battling back issues following a nasty bump he took during at the previous Impact Wrestling tapings according to a report by TNA Insider.
Following Hardy's match against Ken Anderson at the Basebrawl event in Lexington, Kentucky, Hardy was given an ice pack immediately by ringside trainers to put on his lower back.
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