With the WWE entering a new era following the draft, with the roster being split into Monday Night Raw and SmackDown Live, rumors have been emerging.
Those rumors have been about WWE superstars of yesteryear coming back to try and fill out the rosters with some experience, with Kurt Angle, Brian Kendrick, Tajiri, MVP and a whole load more being linked with returns in the near future.
One ex-WWE star who hasn't been mentioned in return talks is Jeff Hardy, but the TNA wrestler made his intentions to return to the WWE very clear in a recent interview.
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Hardy was interviewed by LA Weekly and during their talk, the former WWE Champion stated that he absolutely wants to make a return to the company with which he made his name.
Hardy doesn't just want to return, though. No, he has a big plan all laid out in his mind which is just waiting to come to life.
That plan includes a retirement match against The Undertaker, at WrestleMania, in one last Hell in a Cell match.
“Man, I want to Swanton off the top of the cell, onto the commentary table,” says Hardy.
“Then, I want to climb the cell, cut the f*****g cage, when ‘Taker’s back in the ring, and Swanton though the cage, miss, and then Tombstone 1-2-3.”
In his dream retirement match, Hardy doesn't even win. He goes out on his back like a true professional, eating a pin to see out his career just like Ric Flair and Shawn Michaels have done in the past, and much like The Undertaker will at some point.
Jeff Hardy's contract with TNA runs out in February 2017. That is two months before WrestleMania 33 takes place in Orlando. We're just saying...it's possible.