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Jim Ross Discusses DUI and Matt Hardy Thanks Fans on Career

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WWE Hall Of Famer recently discussed losing his drivers license for several months after a DUI. He told the story on his popular podcast, “The Jim Ross Report” and how such events lead to him traveling more with Paul Heyman.

“I’ve mentioned before that I’ve had a DUI. I’m not proud of it. I lost my drivers license for, I think, three months or six months. I’m not sure, but I know my driver was Paul Heyman, which let me get to know Paul and we started working together.”

“And you see how that has worked out over the years, very good. It’s funny how sometimes a calamity can bring people together. And the volatile ‘Happy’ Heyman and I became connected through my stupid DUI.”

WWE veteran Matt Hardy took to Twitter on Sunday night to thank the fans at the live event in Rochester, NY for the emotional sendoff he received.

For those that are unaware, Hardy has been dealing with a number of lingering issues with his lower back fusing into his pelvis and his in-ring career looks to be over or certainly limited to special appearances.

Hardy recently started as a backstage producer at SummerSlam and there are plans for this to become his full-time role with the company.

 

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