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Jeff won it! [14 Dec 2008|11:08pm]

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It's been a long road, but we can finally call Jeff Hardy, the WWE Champion.
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Matt Hardy Comments On Jeff, Summerslam, Tag Team [21 Aug 2007|10:48pm]

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Between The Ropes
Friday, August 17, 2007
Central Florida's Sports Radio 740 The Team
Simulcast online at BetweenTheRopes.com

This week Between The Ropes host Brian Fritz was able to talk with WWE Superstar Matt Hardy about his boxing match with Evander Holyfield, the direction of his singles career, and much more in an interview posted exclusively on BetweenTheRopes.com

The interview started with some discussion of Matt's boxing match against Evander Holyfield. Matt discussed how he wound up in the fight and said that it was "the most intimidating situation he's been in."



Regarding the series of challenges that he and MVP have done before their match at Summerslam Matt joke that he would like a horseshoes showdown against MVP. He then said "come hell or high water I'm going to leave (Summerslam) with the U.S. Title."

The discussion then turned to how Matt see the direction of his career. "I feel like I'm at a great place. Smackdown has really been plagued by injuries over the course of the summer and I feel like it has given me an opportunity to step up. Almost every week I've been in a 20 minute match, and while I am working against MVP a lot of people have perceived me as the MVP of Smackdown recently…I'm excited to have that chance and have tried to make the most of it."

Asked about the great reaction that he and his brother Jeff get from the fans Matt said "I think the people respect us. Wrestling fans are really loyal, they remember all the ladder matches, table matches, the TLC matches, and all the things we've put our bodies through. We've given them everything from our bodies and souls to entertain them and they remember that and respect that." Matt also said he is able to connect with the fans since he a blue collar kind of guy that has had to work to get where he is.

On whether he would have liked to continue tagging with his brother as he had earlier in the year Matt said he would "rather continue down the singles path. As a tag team we've been seven time world tag team champs, we've been in every type of tag match you can do, and it's always something I'll want to come back to, but we've done it all there. As a singles competitor I haven't done it all and that's what I want to do.

Looking back at the Edge and Lita situation from a couple of years ago Matt said that he is "way past that." He said that it was a tough situation losing a relationship, a friend, and a job, but he didn't let it hang him up and he doesn't harbor any resentment toward anyone. Matt also admitted that he was "very close" to not returning to the WWE, but that in the end things turned out well.

The interview concluded with Matt being asked about his thoughts on the current tag team division. "It's tough, just because tag team wrestling isn't something that is a priority in the WWE. One thing that I tell the guys they should…do is for each member to find their own identity…They should really try and single out personality traits within the persona and still have something for the team." Matt also concluded that "a lot of the guys are newer and don't have a lot of experience, so they're learning on the job and that's what I think slows a lot of the newer tag teams down."

To listen to the entire Matt Hardy interview, including how he feels about having his brother back with the company and his thoughts on an upcoming documentary on his OMEGA wrestling promotion visit the show online at http://www.BetweenTheRopes.com.

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Jim Ross Comments Jeff Hardy [04 Aug 2007|11:33am]

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Jim Ross Comments On Jeff Hardy: It saddens and greatly disappoints me that Jeff Hardy will be absent from the WWE for the next month or so. Nonetheless, I am happy that Jeff isn’t suffering from a serious injury as has plagued so many wrestlers recently. The WWE could have certainly utilized Jeff’s services during these challenging times and no one can dispute the fact that Jeff’s individual popularity wasn’t building toward an all time high if it wasn’t already there.

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JEFF OFF FOR TIME TO HEAL [31 Jul 2007|11:56pm]

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This is an update from Jeff himself that I posted on thehardyshow.com forum.

Jeff sustained neck and back injuries from his fall on last weeks RAW (7/23/07). They (WWE) are giving him time off to heal.

Credit: Tamran, JeffNeroHardy.com & TheHardyShow.com

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Future Plans For Matt & Jeff Hardy Revealed [25 Jun 2007|10:46pm]

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Right now the plan is to move the Hardys back to singles. Their run as a tag team was only supposed to be a one-time deal; however since they went over so well WWE decided to give them a few more matches. At one point they almost decided not to have them challenge Lance Cade and Trevor Murdoch at last night’s Vengeance pay-per-view.

The working idea backstage is to have Matt Hardy get a big singles push on SmackDown as a babyface who loses all the time but stays over. They then want Jeff to develop a prankster type personality backstage which could be used to integrate him into the Jackass angle planned for SummerSlam.

Source - Wrestling Observer Newsletter
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Matt Hardy Can Be World Champion! [15 May 2007|10:28pm]

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With Edge's recent move to SmackDown and subsequent World Heavyweight Championship victory, many people both inside and out of the WWE have speculated if Matt Hardy, Edge's former friend turned rival, will get a title opportunity, which if it did happen, I believe would be his first ever. Many people in the IWC particularly, have said that he could have a brief feud with Edge resulting in one WWE pay-per-view match, but no way in hell will he ever be a world champion. Well I am here to disagree. Matt Hardy can be World champion, and here's why.

As far as I am concerned, to be qualified to hold a World Championship, particularly in WWE you need several qualifications. One of the most important things is a moveset. I'm not saying you have to be as gifted as a Bret Hart or a Kurt Angle, but you need a set of moves that everybody recognises, looks effective and gets popped. Batista has the Spear, the powerslam, the spinebuster and the Batista Bomb amongst others. John Cena has the spin-out powerbomb, the Five Knuckle Shuffle, the Throwback, the FU and the STFU. Vince McMahon has jack shit, but he's an exception because he's now Dr. Vince McMahon. Matt Hardy has a recognisable moveset. Hardy has the Side Effect, a move which is not unlike the Rock Bottom, but swankier. He has the familiar second rope leg drop which always looks cool. He has the corner clothesline/bulldog combo which although isn't going to be putting anybody away any time soon is a great transition move and can be use to start building a comeback. Then of course there is his finisher, the Twist of Fate. This is a finisher which has a familiar name, looks good and is damn effective as it works the head, face, neck and sternum, much like an RKO.

Another important factor is popularity and the ability to shift merchandise. There is no-one out there who can dispute the Matt Hardy has been one of the most popular superstars in the WWE for the past two years since he returned in 2005. He out-pops most of his co-workers on SmackDown including the likes of Chris Benoit and Kane. On occasion, Matt Hardy has out-popped former ECW World Champion Bobby Lashley who, as we all know, is the latest to get the superman push. Matt, as part of the Hardys has always been able to sell some merch which may be the sole reason John Cena was first crowned WWE Champion. Hardy can take advantage of his tag team status and a main event push would surely result in him shifting more of his own merchandise. Of course a renewed feud with the Rated R Superstar would only increase his popularity even more because Edge is undoubtedly the best heel currently in the WWE, maybe even the entire wrestling world.

So far we have established Matt Hardy is popular and owns a good enough moveset to be a World champion. Many of the great champions of the past have been awesome sellers. Shawn Michaels, Steve Austin, The Rock, Triple H and even John Cena to name a few, are all tremendous sellers and that helps them and their opponents. That's why matches between combinations of those guys have nearly always resulted in tremendous matches. I think Matt Hardy is one of the best sellers on the current WWE roster, especially when selling a particular limb such as an arm or a leg. Case in point, let me take you back to February and a match between Matt Hardy and Joey Mercury. Mercury had been working the arm the entire match and Hardy had been selling it brilliantly as always. When Hardy made his comeback, he whipped Joey into the corner and was going for his clothesline/bulldog combination move. Now normally when Matt does this, he switches arms – hits the clothesline with the right and then the bulldog with the left. Not this time. To sell the arm, instead of switching arms, he repositioned his body so he could do both the clothesline and the bulldog with the same arm. How many people would think of doing that? I was going to send that one in to the guys over at Hidden Highlights but forgot. I do recall a particular HH from the same match about Hardy doing the Twist of Fate with one arm as well, but mine was better. Still, it's another example of how good Matt Hardy is.

Another important factor in mediocre superstars becoming world champions is feuds. Hardy has had several tremendous feuds over the years in tag teams, but not so many as a singles competitor. He had the brief run against Kane which of course resulted in Kane marrying Lita, but that was not nearly memorable enough. The one that really stands out is his feud with Edge in 2005.Not only did this produce great matches, but it had a real sense of drama because it was real. That's what makes this feud different from just about any other feud in recent memory. And because Edge is now the champion a rekindled feud would be huge for Hardy and give him the extra step he needs to be a legit champion.

The final critical talent needed is the charisma. Matt Hardy is by no stretch of the imagination a great talker, but he is good. Take a look at when he was a heel and going through the Mattitude thing. There were some good promos in there. And again with the Edge feud – some really intense promos there, too. And let's face it, Batista and Bobby Lashley were champions for a long time, and Matt Hardy is miles better than both of those guys.

Let's face it, Matt Hardy has all the tools needed to be World champion, and with Batista out of favour, Kennedy and Taker on the shelf, Matt Hardy is going to get pushed and I'm making the prediction now. Matt Hardy will win the World Heavyweight Championship this year.


Credit - http://www.411mania.com/wrestling/columns/54391/Schmozzes-&-Screwjobs-05.15.07:-Edge-Screws-Cena-Part-III-of-V.htm

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Hardy high-flies to WWE Mania Madness championship [05 Apr 2007|07:41pm]

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Jeff Hardy’s amazing Swanton Bomb off a ladder at WrestleMania 2000 has won WWE.com’s Mania Madness – a tournament of the 64 greatest moments in WrestleMania’s storied history, as chosen by the Academy of Wrestling Arts & Sciences.

The moment entered the tournament as a middle-of-the-pack No. 6 seed, and made quick work of the moments it was up against – including an upset of No. 1 seeded WrestleMania X8 moment – The Rock versus Hulk Hogan.

In the finals of the tournament, Hardy’s Swanton defeated HBK’s WrestleMania XII victory by garnering 69 percent of the votes.

When informed of his victory, Hardy said, “Wow, that takes my breath away… just as much as doing the Swanton off a 20-foot ladder does.” He continued, “That’s just phenomenal, man.”

Jeff Hardy assured himself another lasting image in WrestleMania history when he went out to the ring in Ford Field and wowed the record-breaking 80,103 in attendance once again with a death-defying leap off a ladder.

Credit: WWE.COM

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HARDYS BACK ON TOP [02 Apr 2007|11:39pm]

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The partnership between Shawn Michaels & John Cena is over, and as a result, The Hardys are the new World Tag Team Champions. When HBK eliminated Cena during a 10-Team Battle Royal, The Hardys took advantage and last eliminated Cade & Murdoch to claim the gold.

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TAG TEAM CHAMPS [02 Apr 2007|10:13pm]

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THE HARDYS THE NEW TAG TEAM CHAMPS  ON RAW

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Following Matt Hardy - Day 3 [30 Mar 2007|03:02am]

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Rest at Last, 11:47 p.m.

Anyone that claims life as a WWE Superstar is easy obviously hasn’t spent a day in Matt Hardy’s boots. “Last night I spent some time hanging with friends—it’s kind of like a tradition when you come to WrestleMania,” said the exhausted Superstar. “There are always those nights where you have to sacrifice and you only get three, maybe four hours of sleep. Tonight I’m banking on getting at least seven hours.” It’s been a long day for Hardy. It started at 7:15 a.m. with a question-and-answer session with high school students; then he had lunch, met with Michael "P.S." Hayes – Hardy’s mentor – about a game plan for his Money in the Bank Ladder Match, drove an hour both ways to sign autographs for two-and-a-half hours, went shopping at the mall, worked out and enjoyed a (very) late dinner. Now, pushing the mid-night hour, it’s finally time for bed.

Down Time, 7:40 p.m.

Matt and Michelle McCool stayed an extra half hour to ensure that everyone in line was able to get some WWE memorabilia signed. After signing autographs for more than two hours, Matt kicked back, sipped on a Coke and relaxed with a tire store mascot in the florescent lights of the Bell Tire break room.


Say Cheese, 7:10 p.m.

Michelle Lee, a Michigan native, is such a Matt Hardy fan that she once drove all the way to Matt’s hometown to snap a picture next to the Cameron sign that welcomes visitors. “We were heading through North Carolina and saw Cameron on the GPS map, so we decided to stop and take a picture next to the sign,” she said “I’ve been to 12 or 13 of Matt’s appearances in the past; the furthest I’ve gone to see him was in New York. I drove 10 hours for that one, hung out with him for 15 minutes and then drove back to Michigan.” At Belle Tire, Matt recognized Michelle immediately. How? “I won a trivia contest in 2002 and won a Valentine’s Day date; it was awesome,” she said grinning uncontrollably. “Matt is just such a nice guy. He’s never above stopping for his fans to take a picture, give a hug or to sign an autograph.”


On the Road Again, 4:10 p.m.

The ride to an autograph signing at Bell Tire from Matt’s hotel took approximately 60 minutes. To kill time before he’d converse with hundreds of his fans, Matt surfed the Net, caught up on emails and checked his official MySpace page (www.myspace.com/theonlymatthardy). “I use my MySpace to talk about my life outside of sports-entertainment,” he said. “I might talk about the grind of being on tour or to let people know that I’ll be on SmackDown or maybe to say thanks for cheering for me, but usually I use WWE.com to talk about my life in the ring.”

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Jeff Hardy Interview [30 Mar 2007|02:56am]

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Wrestlemania, ladders, and The Swanton Bomb.Collapse )

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Help? [29 Mar 2007|11:35pm]

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I was trying to save some pictures off of the hardy show web site but I couldnt for some odd reason. So I was wondering if anyone could post up the pic of Matt & Kerry. I would so be forever thankful.

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Following Matt Hardy - Day 2 [29 Mar 2007|06:25pm]

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As a child growing up in the suburbs of North Carolina, Matt Hardy and his brother Jeff dreamed of one day competing in the Mecca of sports-entertainment—World Wrestling Entertainment. At age 18, Matt achieved that goal, competing with WWE. He and Jeff went on to form The Hardys, capturing numerous tag team championships as well as the respect and admiration of the WWE fans.

Now Matt is all grown up and has matured into a well-rounded, level headed SmackDown Superstar fueled by competition. His dream of competing at WrestleMania has once again become a reality. WWE.com will follow Matt Hardy all week before he steps into the ring to face seven other Superstars, including Jeff, in hopes of earning the opportunity to compete for a World Championship. What does the frenzy of WrestleMania do to Matt’s life? Check with WWE.com through the week leading up to WrestleMania 23 to find out.

8:23 a.m. - Rise and Shine

Sleepless nights become more frequent as WrestleMania approaches. With a hectic appearance schedule paired with the lingering reality that his WrestleMania match could potentially end his career, Matt Hardy gazes out the window of his limousine with a cup of coffee in hand before his 9 a.m. appearance at Michigan’s Western International High School. “I got about four hours of sleep last night,” said a bleary-eyed Hardy. “I finally went to bed around 3:30 a.m. and then got back up around 7:15.”

10:11 a.m. - Ladies and Gentleman: Matt Hardy

As he emerged from behind the curtain to a raucous ovation from Western International’s 9th Grade Academy, all of Matt’s drowsiness evaporated. “I don’t have to manufacture a story when I talk to these kids; I only have to tell the kids about my life,” he said. And that’s exactly what he did. Speaking to the awestruck crowd, he answered questions ranging from how much longer he’ll perform in WWE, what it will be like to compete against Jeff at WrestleMania 23 and what his favorite aspects of his job are. “The best part about being in WWE is that I followed my dream. Whatever you have as a dream, don’t let anyone tell you it can’t happen; give it your all. If you’re not giving it your all, you’re robbing yourself.”

10:36 a.m. - Turning the Tables

Matt turned the tables and began asking the kids questions. Curious about their future plans, Matt hopped off stage and asked students what it is they wanted to do with their lives. There were future doctors, nurses, animators and of course, WWE Superstars, scattered throughout the audience. Matt’s advice to them —never give up, especially when the chips are down. “Life is like a wrestling match; a lot of times things are looking good and then something happens and you’re fighting from underneath.”

11:05 a.m. - An Emotional Moment

Following Matt’s appearance, 16-year old Deanna Huff broke down in tears when the SmackDown Superstar granted her an autograph. The lifelong Hardy fan had gotten wind that Matt would be at the school, and waited patiently for two hours in the parking lot for her opportunity to approach her idol for his signature.

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Follow Matt to Mania - Day 1 [29 Mar 2007|06:09pm]

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As a child growing up in the suburbs of North Carolina, Matt Hardy and his brother Jeff dreamed of one day competing in the Mecca of sports-entertainment—World Wrestling Entertainment. At age 18, Matt achieved that goal, competing with WWE. He and Jeff went on to form The Hardys, capturing numerous tag team championships as well as the respect and admiration of the WWE fans.

Now Matt is all grown up and has matured into a well-rounded, level headed SmackDown Superstar fueled by competition. His dream of competing at WrestleMania has once again become a reality. WWE.com will follow Matt Hardy all week before he steps into the ring to face seven other Superstars, including Jeff, in hopes of earning the opportunity to compete for a World Championship. What does the frenzy of WrestleMania do to Matt’s life? Check with WWE.com through the week leading up to WrestleMania 23 to find out.

No Plan B</a>

Matt Hardy never had a plan B. There was no question in the North Carolina native’s mind that when he grew up there was only one profession he’d accept. “There was never a point where I said ‘I’m going to quit my dream of becoming a wrestler.’ I never lost the faith. There were times when I said prayers that my dreams would come true, but there was never a point where I didn’t believe Jeff and I would eventually be in WWE.”

The Hardys

Many WWE fans credit The Hardys with the evolution of the tag team division. However, the high flying duo’s breathtaking aerial maneuvers and numerous tag team championships represent more to Matt than a solidified position alongside WWE’s most notable twosomes. “Jeff and I had each other. When I was hurt the other would pick up the slack; if one of us was down the other would pick the other one up. It was the most amazing support system ever. With the two of us together we felt there were no odds we couldn’t overcome.”

Parting Ways, 1:30 p.m.

Matt and Jeff drove to SmackDown’s live event in Grand Rapids, Mich. together. With WrestleMania 23 the next stop and the brothers facing the inevitability that they’ll be forced to compete against one another, the two decided it would be best to drive to Detroit separately. Matt said he understood the gravity that his match at WrestleMania 23 represents, and said he was going to use the two-hour drive as a way to begin getting focused.

Arrival, 4:25 p.m.

The home of WrestleMania 23 is anything but ordinary. Days before the event will take place, Ford Field has the aura of WrestleMania III — an overwhelming magic engrained in the air. Matt Hardy is trying to remain at peace before he puts his championship hopes on the line. “On Sunday I’m going to sacrifice my body, take chances and it’s going to be dangerous. Getting out of the car, my lower back tightened up. I’m sore as hell right now. I did an international tour of the Caribbean three weeks ago, maintained a full schedule in the U.S. with SmackDown, went to Mexico with SmackDown and then I came back and wrestled on Raw and SmackDown. That takes a huge toll on your body… but it’s all worth it. We only have one shot in this life, and you have to make the most of it. WrestleMania is one of those nights that you live your whole life for.”

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Question? [22 Mar 2007|10:09pm]

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Does anyone know what happened to matthewmoorehardy.com or jeffnerohardy.com?

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Wishing You A Hardy-Good Day [01 Mar 2007|11:39am]

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Have A Nice Hardy-Day

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Hardy and Helms attend UNC basketball game [18 Feb 2007|09:47pm]

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http://travel.nytimes.com/2007/01/26/travel/escapes/26american.html

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Poll Time [16 Jan 2007|10:08pm]

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Me and the sister have this poll going on. We are trying to see who is Hotter between Orlando Bloom & Matt Hardy. Of course I am going with Matt Hardy so he has one vote already. My sister's man has 4 votes so I am losing by 3. So I am here to ask all of you who do you think is Hotter between Orlando Bloom & Matt Hardy.


Who Is Hotter?
Orlando Bloom
Matt Hardy
  
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Vince/Hardy Boyz [28 Dec 2006|09:21pm]

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Vince McMahon is very against the idea of keeping the Hardy Boyz together as a tag team. He has also been made the decision to keep MNM separate.

source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter
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Jeff Hardy interview [21 Dec 2006|12:50pm]

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Jeff Hardy spoke to Up & Coming Weekly staff writer, Andrea Pantelic, last week. The following are Hardy's thoughts on various topics.Collapse )

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