TNA: Jeff Hardy brings back the ugliest title belt in the history of pro wrestling

The ugliest belt in the history of professional wrestling. - ImpactWrestling.com

After winning the TNA heavyweight championship from Austin Aries at Bound for Glory, Jeff Hardy has brought back the biggest eyesore in the history of professional wrestling.

It's back.

Oh dear god, it's back.

Jeff Hardy, after winning the TNA heavyweight championship from Austin Aries at the Bound for Glory pay-per-view (PPV) this past Sunday night (Oct. 14) in Phoenix, ditched the clean title belt the company had been using in favor of bringing back the biggest eyesore in the history of professional wrestling.

Here's Hardy hoisting it above his head on last night's episode of Impact Wrestling, as if it's some prized possession.

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At least this time they bothered to put it on the leather strap and avoided the purple overload. Even if you're one of Hardy's so-called "creatures," you can't look at that and think, "hey, what an awesome design, I want one for myself."

You just can't.

Aries, the supposed heel who looks more like a babyface in this feud, came out and did what everyone with two properly functioning eyes wanted to and spit right on the monstrosity.

How can I boo him now?

For complete reactions to Impact Wrestling last night click here.

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