Jericho welcomes Dean Ambrose and Jeff Hardy to the show.
Jericho informs that while working with Dean Ambrose quite frequently over the last few years, Ambrose really reminded him of Jeff Hardy. Both their in-ring style and their quiet, yet humorous personalities are very similar in Jericho’s opinion.
Ambrose informs that he has heard that from several people in the past, and Hardy has heard similar things as well. Several fans told Hardy that if he ever returned to WWE, a bout with Dean Ambrose would be a dream match of sorts.
Hardy says that he had a great time working in Ring of Honour for a month recently, as well as filming the ‘Broken Universe’ matches at the Hardy compound. He informs that the landscape art that appeared on his lawn during those segments are a hobby of his, and it was really cool for him to see the drone footage capture that art from the sky and have it appear on television.
Ambrose says that the ‘Broken Universe’ wasn’t only out of the box thinking, it was in a completely different realm of thinking. He can recall watching it with other WWE Superstars and thinking that it was absolutely terrific. Hardy says that he didn’t realize at the time how successful the angle was going to become.