The main event match at Victory Road 2011 between Sting and Jeff Hardy ended in about 90 seconds. To date, no precise details have been confirmed as to why the officials decided to cut the match short.
Details Of Sting vs Jeff Hardy Victory Road 2011 Main Event Match
Two theories are currently making the rounds about the Jeff Hardy vs Sting Victory Road 2011 Incident, which describe why the main event of the TNA Victory Road PPV was kept short.
Accordingly, the appearance of Eric Bischoff before the main event was to gain time, and Bischoff was sent with the task of informing the two wrestlers about the changed finish on the fly.
The other theory that is currently circulating, describes that Sting was angry with Hardy’s condition and therefore was not prepared to work a long match with Hardy.
Rumors that Jeff Hardy was arrested after the event, however is wrong. So far, no official statement from the TNA company was made. It remains to be seen what are the consequences of this incident.
The main event at Victory Road between Sting and Jeff Hardy Jeff Hardy was cut short to only 90 seconds. This was reportedly a last minute decision that had to be taken in the ring.
Very quickly, Eric Bischoff entered the ring after the ring announcer Jeremy Borash had finished his announcements and changed the plans for the match with the two wrestlers.
From TNA circles, it was said that Jeff Hardy arrived late to the Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida. When Hardy finally show up at the “Gorilla Position” – it was noticed by the TNA management of his actual condition. As Hardy made his entrance towards the ring, the decision was made to amend the original plans for the main event at Victory Road.
It is said that Eric Bischoff communicate during his interview in the ring, the changes of the booking to the wrestlers. In two occasions off mic, you could be see Eric Bischoff pass on the message to both wrestlers, while the microphone was away from him.
After this incident, Jeff Hardy has been taken off iMPACT television recording for this week. A final decision on how to deal with the younger of the two Hardy brothers, was not taken to date. TNA Wrestling has a meeting today and decided not to have Jeff Hardy for the iMPACT tapings and sent him home.
Back in December last year at TNA Final Resolution 2010, there was concern about Hardy’s status at the PPV. Compared to the situation at that time, many defended Jeff Hardy’s behavior due to hectic traveling scheldue. On the contrary: many of his colleagues are now frustrated and angry about how to deal with the situation.
The TNA locker room is also having a lack of understanding on the decision of TNA management to let Jeff Hardy wrestle despite the obvious self-inflicted problems where he almost stumbled on the ring steps.
Obviously, Jeff Hardy was still trying to free himself from the pinfall cover, after the Scorpion Death by Sting suggesting also that the end was not as agreed and quickly improvised.
Hulk Hogan Twitter page when asked “why TNA Wrestling does not let go Jeff Hardy” answered that they must first make all things clear about the Jeff Hardy vs Sting Victory Road 2011 Incident first. In addition, he was sad about the situation..
Because TNA iMPACT Wrestling will be taping until Wednesday the next three editions of Impact, Jeff Hardy will not participate in the buildup to TNA Lockdown 2011 PPV. A final decision how to proceed with Jeff Hardy in the future, has not to date been taken by the company. Also on Wednesday is the next court date for Jeff Hardy in Moore County, North Carolina.