Someone Bought This: Autographed Jeff Hardy TNA baseball bat

12 Submitted by on Tue, 17 January 2017, 18:07

It’s an autographed TNA Jeff Hardy baseball bat!

Because Jeff Hardy is known for carrying around a baseball bat and pointing it at people.

Oh wait, he isn’t?

Well then this is kind of stupid and pointless.

Just like everything TNA does.

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12 Responses to "Someone Bought This: Autographed Jeff Hardy TNA baseball bat"
  1. John C says:

    If it gets smashed up it will be Broken Bat Hardy.

    • "The Big Cheese" Paul Kraft says:


      • John C says:

        It was like a nice grooved batting practice fastball, you set it up and I swing for the fences.
        With the logic of having a Jeff Hardy autographed baseball bat does that mean there’s a autographed Matt Hardy sledge hammer on the horizon. I’d try to come up with a few other names and gimmicks to pair up but that would require actually thinking about anyone else on the Impact roster.

  2. Geoff says:

    For those who love Baseball and wrestling. Now if they could only combine the two sports, big money. Oh wait, they already did? Never mind. Whats it called? Can’t be contact baseball, can it? No, it’s called Professional Wrestling. A bunch of wrestling moves followed up by a fast ball bat shot. Now complete with Jeff Hardy signature bat.

    • J says:

      Mtv use to have a show Rock and Jock baseball which had wrestler and other famous people play baseball does that count

  3. The Doctor of Style says:

    Vince “I’ll market absolutely anything” McMahaon is (ahem) teed off that he didn’t sell bats autographed by Abe Knuckleball Schwartz.

  4. Walter The Walloper says:

    It’s a dilapidated b(o)at.

  5. MistaMaddog says:

    I thought Brother Nero was ripping off Undertaker, not Sting…

  6. Stuart Pork says:

    This bat was made for TNA’s Basebrawl events in 2012.

    It was part of a package where you could get a ticket, merch, the bat, and a meet and greet with the wrestler whose name was on the bat for around $200.

    As far as I know, they did this with Sting, Flair, and Hogan the year before but only did Jeff the next year for all of the shows.

    They were supposedly “limited” to only 100 bats made, but they were selling them in the shop for weeks afterward.

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