jeff hardy

As noted, Jeff Hardy underwent surgery on his shoulder this week, and the former WWE World Heavyweight Champion is currently on the road to recovery. It’s going to be a while before we see Jeff Hardy back in a WWE ring, and PWInsider reports that he’s expected to be out of action for 6-9 months.

This unfortunately means that Jeff Hardy’s status for WrestleMania 34 is up in the air at this point.

The members of The Bullet Club, specifically The Young Bucks, have been having legal issues with WWE as of late. After The Bullet Club invaded Raw last week, The Young Bucks revealed that WWE sent them a cease and desist letter preventing them from using the “too sweet” hand gesture.

This isn’t the first time that WWE officials have sent a cease and desist to The Young Bucks, and they decided to reference the letter by putting out a t-shirt with the words “cease and desist” on it.

For weeks now Dolph Ziggler has been imitating other Superstars on SmackDown Live, and this week he confronted Bobby Roode in the middle of the ring, and he told Roode to bring all the “smoke and mirrors” he wants to Hell in a Cell on Sunday.

Prior to his run as Stardust, Cody Rhodes was using an entrance song called “Smoke & Mirrors” and the current ROH World Champion jokingly said that he’s sent a cease and desist to Dolph Ziggler for using the words.