Over the past few weeks, several rumours about Matt Hardy's future in the WWE have been circulating.
Speculation has suggested that The Deleters Of Worlds member could be looking to hang up his wrestling boots soon and bring an end to his illustrious wrestling career.
Hardy revealed just over a week ago that his lower back and pelvis have started to fuse together, which will ultimately lead to him retiring from in-ring competition.
Since then, himself and his family have continued to hit at his retirement in the near future.
Following his match alongside Bray Wyatt on Monday Night Raw this week, Hardy posted a photo of himself with his son and Wyatt in the locker room with the following caption:
"Thank you for everything, my COMPEER.. I shall miss you, @WWEBrayWyatt."
On this week's Raw, a Raw Tag Team Championship Triple Threat match between The Revival, The Deleters of Worlds, and the Raw Tag Team Champions The B Team took place.
Near the end of the contest, The Revival was able to hit the Shatter Machine on Bray Wyatt, but then Curtis Axel snuck in and stole the pin for The B Team.
Due to this, a rematch was booked between The Revival and The B Team for the Kickoff Show of SummerSlam this weekend with the Raw Tag Team Championship on the line.
However, it now means due to the loss, The Deleters of Worlds are completely out of the championship picture.
Especially with this tweet, there is a strong chance now that Wyatt and Hardy may have wrestled together for the last time inside the ring. Hopefully, this isn't the case, but Hardy's health must come first.
Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer recently stated that Hardy will undergo rehab treatment after the revelation of his recent injury scare, meaning Wyatt will now likely have to focus on his singles career once more.
The Deleters of Worlds, thanks for the memories.
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