Jeff Hardy has finally answered the recent rumors of a WWE return by stating that he and his brother Matt are open to returning to the company where they found fame.
In a recent episode of WOOOO! Nation with Ric Flair, the former World Champion stated that the time frame is now the only issue:
"I think there’s a huge possibility down the road. I’m not sure when, but I think both Matt and myself would love to end our careers in the WWE and it’d be super, double great to be able to have a few more good ones with the Dudley Boyz, for sure.
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Hardy added, “as far as us returning [to WWE] and having some more matches with them, it all depends on how long they’re going to be there and how long it takes us to get there. I mean, but, definitely, it’s a possibility. I’m just not sure when right now."
NO RETURN IN 2016?
After all of the excitement of seeing another Hardys vs The Dudleys, Jeff brought the IWC back down to earth by stating that he would be out of action for most of 2016 because he is scheduled for knee surgery early next month.
This means there will be no Hardy return at this year's Royal Rumble, but there is always next year. Hardy also stated that he has two final things to cross off his bucket list if he was to return to WWE and they are to main event WrestleMania and to compete in a Hell in a Cell match.
These two things could easily be achievable for Jeff now that WWE has it's own Hell in a Cell PPV and if he was a part of a big enough feud, it could be enough to main event the biggest show of the year.
RELIANCE ON PAST SUPERSTARS?
The WWE Universe will once again suggest that WWE has a huge reliance on past superstars and this will be another way of proving this, but this is also a fantastic opportunity for WWE to allow two of the biggest stars of the last decade to have a final farewell.
Matt and Jeff made some iconic moments in WWE and for fans who are not old enough to remember the stars of the 80s and 90s, The Hardys were the first real risk taking superstars of the new era and it would be interesting to see how they integrated with the new generation of talent.
Plus, Jeff Hardy vs Seth Rollins is a fantasy match for so many WWE fans that there is no way WWE could pass up this opportunity to truly see who is the best.
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