Jeff Hardy Cleared By Surgeon To Return To Action, Goldust On Facing John Cena, Bad News Brown

Jeff Hardy

– Jeff Hardy has received medical clearance from his surgeon to return to the ring after recovering from surgery to repair a torn rotator cuff.

Pro Wrestling Sheet’s Ryan Satin reported on Tuesday that Hardy will need to receive approval from WWE’s doctors before he can officially return to the ring.

Hardy underwent successful rotator cuff surgery in October and multiple sources tell Satin that the surgeon cleared him last month. This is why he was recently in Birmingham, Alabama getting evaluated by WWE doctors. Dave Meltzer reported last week on Wrestling Observer Radio that Hardy was training and hopeful to return in time for WrestleMania 34.

Hardy sustained the injury during a Six-Pack Challenge on the Sept. 18, 2017, edition of Raw.

– In this interview with Mike Rome backstage at Raw, Goldust reflects on his first-ever match with John Cena and weighs in on Cena’s chances in Sunday’s WWE Title Six-Pack Challenge at WWE Fastlane.

– It was on this day in 2007 that Allen Coage, best known as Bad News Brown in the World Wrestling Federation, passed away at the age of 63 years old.

Coage died of a heart attack on the morning of March 6, 2007, at Rockyview General Hospital in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, minutes after being rushed there due to chest pain.