Jeff Hardy teases a rematch with Matt Hardy in WWE.
At this time, both as a team and as individual talents, the Hardy Boyz are wrestling legends. Jeff Hardy can currently be seen on episodes of Fright Night SmackDown as well as pay-per-views such as Survivor Series, while his brother Matt Hardy can be seen in AEW on episodes of Dynamite and Rampage as well as events such as All Out and Full Gear. While they are not currently working together on a project, Jeff was asked if he thinks they will reunite in the future during a recent interview with TalkSPORT. He doesn’t indicate when or where it will happen, but he believes it will happen eventually.
“I believe that will happen,” Hardy remarked. “I’m not sure where I’m going. That’s why it’s so thrilling. It may happen to you at any time, man. Wrestling is a highly unpredictable sport. Contracts come to an end. People are let go. Things happen all the time. So, we’ll see what happens. I believe our paths will cross again, and we shall meet again.” It’s unknown when Jeff’s contract will expire, but even if he does, Matt doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon, so there’s still time for this to happen. Jeff also left the “where” to the imagination, so while many would presume Jeff would join Matt in AEW, they could potentially both go to Impact Wrestling, where they have a long relationship.
Jeff is also correct about the releases, as WWE has released roughly 80 wrestlers this year, and if that happens, Jeff might be out of his contract early. He’d have a 90-day non-compete clause, but after that, he’d be free to travel wherever he pleased.
Matt, for one, recently took to Twitter to express his feelings about his brother, saying how proud he is of him and expressing his hope that people will continue to support him. His comments are listed below.
Matt penned “I’m incredibly proud of my brother. He’s at an incredible crossroads in his life, both professionally and personally, and I hope you’ll stand with him. Every day, through my three youngsters, I get to vicariously experience our childhood together. I’m a fortunate man, and we’re both fortunate to still be wrestling.” Sportskeeda HT