One of the hottest characters in wrestling today isn't actually someone on the WWE roster.
Of course WWE has plenty of top talent and big names currently at their disposal, but one man creating big headlines and dominating the spotlight in recent weeks has been TNA's Matt Hardy.
With Jim Ross praising the former WWE superstar in recent weeks, stating he's delivering some of the best work he's ever done in his entire wrestling career, speculation has been high that he could return to the squared circle, especially with TNA's future still up in the air.
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Hardy, who has been portraying a rather bizarre gimmick in the last few weeks, has been catching the eye of everyone in the wrestling world, with his 'delete' catchphrase becoming more and more popular.
His promo segments called 'The Final Deletion' sparked interest from all corners, with some saying WWE even copied it for their own segment involving The Wyatt Family and The New Day.
However, given how hot Hardy is right now, it should come as no surprise that Vince McMahon wants the former superstar to return.
Both Hardy, and his brother Jeff, have recently spoken about making a return to WWE, and one of Matt's latest tweets has certainly raised a few eyebrows.
Taking to his official Twitter account, @MATTHARDYBRAND, tweeted the following: 'Just had a MONUMENTAL PREMONITION.
'I've seen the aftermath of the #GreatWar at #BoundForGlory.
'I also saw where I'll be on Monday night.'
The only stumbling block with a potential return to Monday Night Raw, like Hardy is hinting at in his tweet, is that at TNA Bound For Glory, they won the World Tag Team Championships.
This could make a return to WWE tricky and unlikely, at least for the time being anyway.
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