Jeff Hardy earns praise from a two-time WWE Hall of Famer

Jeff Hardy is currently signed to AEW and has already delivered some great matches and high-risk spots that we have grown accustomed to seeing from him.

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The Charismatic Enigma is one of the most decorated wrestlers of all time. He and his brother Matt Hardy have been in a number of epic and gruesome tag team matches.

Currently, both brothers are signed to AEW. Jeff made his AEW debut on the Dynamite after the AEW Revolution pay-per-view, when he came to the aid of Matt who was being assaulted by AHFO.

The three-time world champion in WWE faced Darby Allin in an Owen Hart Foundation Men’s Tournament Quarterfinal match on this week’s episode of Dynamite.

This match was the main event of the show and it lived up to its billing. Allin is one of the most promising talents on AEW and he has Sting as his mentor. The match saw plenty of jaw-dropping moments. One such instance was when Allin dived off a ladder that was set up inside the ring and took out Hardy through a pile of steel chairs.

The veteran recovered and won the match via a roll-up to advance to the semi-finals. Jeff will face Adam Cole next week in the semi-finals in what promises to be another riveting encounter.

“Made me your biggest fan ever” – Ric Flair hailed Jeff Hardy after his match against Darby Allin

Ric Flair and Jeff Hardy have known each other for a long time. They worked together in WWE for a number of years.

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Ric Flair has the nickname of the Nature Boy
Ric Flair looks on while awaiting the entrance of Hulk Hogan during the Hulkamania Tour at the Burswood Dome on November 24, 2009 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Paul Kane/Getty Images)

The Nature Boy was quite amazed by what transpired in the main event of this week’s episode of AEW Dynamite. He went on to tweet his appreciation for Jeff.

“.@JEFFHARDYBRAND, You Have EXCEEDED ALL GOALS And Have Made Me Your Biggest Fan Ever! WOOOOO! #AEWDynamite

It is always a great moment when one legend praises another on social media. This will serve as extra motivation for the 44-year-old as he aims to win the Owen Hart Foundation Men’s Tournament final at the AEW Double or Nothing pay-per-view that is scheduled for May 29. However, to get there, he first needs to go past a former NXT Champion in Adam Cole, next week.

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