Hardy was apparently offered assistance and rehab, but he declined, according to Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful.
After being ordered home from the road last weekend, Hardy has been released. He tagged out of a six-man main event at Saturday’s WWE live event in Edinburg, Texas, after becoming increasingly slow as the bout progressed, as we previously reported. As security followed Hardy through the crowd, he quickly vanished. He never showed up for the post-match celebration with Drew McIntyre and King Xavier Woods following The Bloodline’s victory. Hardy was replaced by Rey Mysterio for the live event in Corpus Christi on Sunday. He had been sent home, according to reports at the time.
Hardy’s most recent WWE tenure occurred in 2017 at WrestleMania 33, when he and Matt returned to the company after being away since 2009.
Big E posted the following on twitter: