Video: Hardy Boyz star in brilliant entrance during Bound For Glory

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There is seemingly no one hotter in the wrestling world than Matt Hardy these days.

His redefined character, along with his brother Jeff, has been taken TNA by storm, and at Bound For Glory, their entrance was certainly something to remember.

Matt and Jeff have been continuously linked with a return to WWE, with both of them recently talking about a return to the squared circle and World Wrestling Entertainment.


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However, both have remained rather coy on the subject matter and have refused to give a definite answer, whether it be a yes, or whether it be a no.

The duo are clearly focusing on TNA, and despite the looming takeover bid, they are not letting it distract them from putting on performances to remember, and they did just that at Bound For Glory, starting with their eerie, but brilliant, entrance.

It started with Matt's wife, Reby Sky, playing the piano on the top of the ramp, and despite no music being played over the top, it was still a very powerful beginning to the weird and sinister entrance.

Then out came Matt, to a big pop from the crowd, and he continued to portray his weird gimmick to the pleasure of the audience.

Later, Jeff followed and with a mic in his hand, began to sing along with the pianist.

'I'll fade away and classify myself as obsolete', he sang to the audience, before they all in-sync responded with 'obsolete'.

You can see the brilliant entrance in the video below.

It was truly a memorable entrance from the former WWE superstars, and it was made even more memorable once they won the TNA Tag Team Championships.

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