It's been reported on a few sites that Matt Hardy is going to be taking some time off in order to deal with various injuries that are taking their toll on him. Hardy recently revealed that his lower back and pelvis have started fusing together, and while the pain isn't too bad, it is frustrating. Hardy is planning on starting new training rehab methods that should help with the pain. He's is scheduled to undergo treatments for his various injuries soon and after that is done, a decision will be made in regards to a possible ring return, what capacity he might return in and if he will have to work a limited schedule. As far as his tag team with Bray Wyatt, the Deleters of Worlds, they're officially done as their bout against the B Team and the Revival was a blow off to their work together as a tag team. Hardy has also, apparently, been shadowing WWE producers backstage for the past several weeks, seeing what they do, how they do it, etc. as part of a possible transition to him working as a producer behind the scenes. So yeah, it looks like Hardy's entire future in pro wrestling is entirely up in the air at this point. In regards to his lower back and pelvis fusing together, it sounds pretty bad. It kind of sounds like he's been diagnosed with Ankylosing Spondyitis, which is a type of progressive arthritis that results in chronic inflammation of the spine and sacroiliac joints. While it can affect other areas of the body, including organs, it primarily affects the lower back and pelvic regions. If that's what this is, then Hardy's case sounds pretty advanced as it can lead to a complete spinal fusion. This takes place when the vertebrae actually grow together fusing the spine due to calcification of the ligaments and discs between each vertebrae. If the vertebrae fuse together, the spine is robbed of mobility, leaving the vertebrae brittle and vulnerable to fractures. This would explain why Hardy moves so slowly and stiffly inside the ring. I'm not meaning this to sound like a shot at him or anything, but he literally does look like an old man moving in the ring at times and you can just tell that his mobility is way down from what it once was. He was never a particularly fast paced wrestler like his brother Jeff but the pace he works at now compared to 10 years ago makes him look like Jeff at times. I have a feeling his in-ring career might be at an end, or at least it possibly should be because slamming around in a wrestling ring is only going to complicate things further down the road. . There's no cure for this and the longer he goes in the ring, the worse it'll be for him. He's well into his 40s, he's made himself a pile of money and he's done everything that he's realistically going to do in WWE or any significant wrestling federation out there.