Jeff Hardy’s subpar booking Monday Night RAW led many to believe that the company has given up on pushing him. Fans also vented about the same on social media.

It even came to a point that his brother Matt Hardy talked about the subject of his poor booking in the company. Despite all that, Jeff Hardy made it clear that he is simply there to do his job and that is all that he cares about.

The Charismatic Enigman also added that he never felt uncomfortable with anything that WWE has pitched him in his career, even if they dealt with his real-life issues.

While speaking to Wrestling Inside the Ropes with James Stewart, Jeff Hardy revealed that his dream cinematic match would see him facing off against The Usos in a haunted prison.


“Actually, the bar fight between me and Sheamus, I was super proud of it because all that kind of negative feedback had a very positive outcome with the ending in a bar fight, kind of like me against my my enemies,” Hardy explained. “I think, cinematically, one of my biggest dream matches was with The Usos because they got their penitentiary thing. Like, to go to an old, rundown prison that you can go tour for paranormal activity or whatever, but go and have a match with The Usos in a haunted old prison. I got that match in my hand, and I think I wrote a bunch of ideas down years ago. That’s still one of the things I would really love to do. I think that can be extremely cool.”

Jeff Hardy also previously noted that A WWE Universal Championship match against Roman Reigns would be dream match for him. We will have to wait and see if any of Hardy’s desires will be fulfilled in the future or not.

h/t to Wrestling Inc for the quotes.

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