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Broken Matt Hardy comments on a WWE return totally in-character and it's awesome

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The Hardy Boyz have remained in the hearts of WWE fans ever since they departed the company many years ago.

The brothers have conquered TNA over the past few years and both men have worn the world title at one point or another.

However, with TNA seemingly on the verge of selling up shop and reports suggesting that the WWE are lurking with the intent to buy the promotion, they might end up working for Vince McMahon once more.

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There is little doubt that a comeback for the pair would be massive for the WWE. Jeff could easily find himself in the title picture on either Raw or SmackDown Live and Matt has concocted one of the most entertaining characters in the last decade all by himself.

In an interview with Sports Illustrated to promote TNA's pay-per-view Bound for Glory - which, they are reportedly struggling to fund - both superstars opened up about a return to where they made their names, but with Matt totally in-character.

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Jeff said: "All the WWE stuff really depends on what happens between now and February with TNA. I just went out to Nashville and recorded six songs, and we're about to open a store that sells original art work, which is going to be huge. If it feels right and good, I don't see anything wrong with staying.

"When you commit to a WWE contract, you're committing to some serious time away from home. If it were under my terms, there might be a chance, but I'm really not sure. Of course,§ it would be nice, but what we're doing right now is so much fun. I don't want to go back to WWE and burn out within four or five months, and having another run as TNA world champion would feel just as good."

Matt said: "I am very content at Impact Wrestling. I don't know if I trust that Meekmahan [Vince McMahon], or if he'll try to stifle my broken brilliance. I'm able to live in my broken universe here at Impact Wrestling to the fullest extent, and Impact Wrestling needs me as their savior, so I'll do everything I can to help them grow. They've had many setbacks in the last few years, but things are changing. I don't have an end game. Being a celestial being, I live for the moment to fight the Great War, and that is to light the darkness. Right now, I'm able to do that at Impact Wrestling.

"Especially in the beginning, when I was a mortal vessel, we set out many goals as the Hardy Boyz. We've accomplished those goals many times over. We wanted to be the tag team champions of the world just once, and we've done that many times. Once we went off into the singles world, I noticed there is something very unique about Brother Nero. People are drawn to him, and he has intangibles and charisma that cannot be emulated or duplicated."

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