WWE U.S. Champion Jeff Hardy pleads guilty to DWI

By Jason Powell, Prowrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)

WWE U.S. Champion Jeff Hardy pleaded guilty to driving while impaired charges stemming from his March arrest in North Carolina. Hardy’s license was suspended for 120 days during a Cabarrus County hearing on Monday. He will also be required to complete an assessment and treatment class, and he has 120 days to perform 48 hours of community service. Read more at WBTV.com.

Powell’s POV: Hardy is scheduled to face Shinsuke Nakamura on Tuesday’s WWE Smackdown television show just a day after his hearing. There’s no indication yet as to what type of effect his guilty plea could have when it comes to traveling outside the U.S. to countries such as Canada, which is known for being tough when it comes to allowing foreigners with DWI arrests into the country. Oh, and with the guilty plea, Hardy will not be eligible to play in Vince McMahon’s XFL (not that he was actually going to).

Readers Comments (2)

  1. Yet, still working for WWE. What’s that, substance abuse infraction number 4? 5? I’ve lost count. Maybe it’s three drug strikes and you’re out and three DWI’s and you’re out.

    I guess Vince has too.

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