Jeff Hardy knocked out cold at Impact Wrestling tapings In New York

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Impact Wrestling and former WWE star Jeff Hardy was knocked out in horrifying fashion last week, with a fall from the top of a steel cage going horribly wrong.

The injury happened at Friday night's (9th January) Lockdown tapings in New York's Manhattan Centre. Hardy had a painful looking fall that has left him pretty banged up.

Despite wrestling's fictitious offering the injuries are very real, prompting TMZ Sports to share the video and run a story which revealed one of wrestling's biggest risk takers is booked in for a head scan to rule out any serious damage later this week.

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In a steel cage match up Hardy and brother Matt took on the Revolution. Afterwards trying to escape his opponents, Jeff climbed to the top of a cage. But was knocked off by an opponent, those in attendance report that the fall didn't go as planned.

Hardy was supposed to land on the ground next the ring that offers some padding, but instead he hit the steel steps and appeared to be knocked out. Jeff eventually regained consciousness, but is said to be in a lot of pain.

After the event Hardy was checked out by TNA doctors who were present, and an appointment could be made with a specialist. Due to the nature of head injuries within the pro wrestling business and their cogitations if left untreated.

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