Matt Hardy comments on his own in-ring future in WWE

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Matt Hardy has been away from the WWE ring for a couple of months, and despite reports of retirement, he could soon be making a return.

Woken Matt Hardy has been taking time off from the WWE over the past couple of months due to his back fusing with his pelvis.

His last televised match came alongside Bray Wyatt during an episode of Raw back in August last year in a tag team triple threat against The B-Team and The Revival.

Well, according to the man himself, he could soon be making a return to the WWE ring very soon.

Hardy was recently asked by a fan on Twitter if the reports were true that he is yet to retire from wrestling.

He replied: "No, I am not retired & not going to be retiring anytime soon. I’ve worked my ass off to rehabilitate & have physically been greenlit.

"My body is in the best shape it’s been in in years & I’m the lightest I’ve been in 20 years."

It's great to see that Hardy has been given the green light to return to the ring, and hopefully, it will be soon.

Hardy was originally suffering from pain stemming from his lower back and his pelvis fusing together last year, forcing him to step away from the ring and into a producer role around summer time.

He has used this time away from the ring to rehab the afflicted areas and now it looks like he's ready to come back.

Matt Hardy confirms that he's making a return to the WWE ring

WWE has the perfect opportunity to bring him back too just around the corner, as the Royal Rumble is coming up this weekend. He could be a surprise entrant in the men's Royal Rumble match.

It's great timing for Hardy to return too, as both him and Wyatt could be reinserted back into Raw's Tag Team title picture for WrestleMania if they decide to team up again.

We'll have to wait and see, but for now, Hardy isn't done with wrestling yet.

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