Published: Tue, April 04, 2017
Culture | By Kelly Harrison

Why Did Matt & Jeff Hardy Originally Leave the WWE?

Why Did Matt & Jeff Hardy Originally Leave the WWE?

A recent report has claimed that Matt Hardy and Jeff Hardy aka "Brother Nero" are returning to the WWE after negotiations on a likely new deal with TNA (Impact Wrestling) fell apart in February. The Hardys and Impact Wrestling are locked in a legal dispute over who owns the creative rights to the gimmick.

Matt on if they been in touch with WWE: "We have spoken to "Meek Mahan" and of course the man with Three H's and everyone who is there who is important and of value".

The Hardys ran wild early on, looking none worse for the wear despite working a ladder match with the Young Bucks in Ring of Honor just the previous night. Never change, WWE. Unbelievable.

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Matt and Jeff Hardy returned to WWE biggest event on Sunday when they whipped the WWE Universe into frenzy by appearing at Orlando Citrus Bowl, Sunday.

Matt didn't disappoint the fans watching the clip, though, making one "delete" reference regarding the former champions. The return of the Hardy Boyz had everyone buzzing even though their return was a rumour doing the rounds but always better to see them live in action. The brothers had been away for seven years, and achieved about as much success as you can in other promotions away from WWE.

After the match Matt Hardy took to Twitter to gleefully announce that they were indeed back 'home'. People are into these two and their characters, and would read about them even when they were wrestling on a show that drew relatively few viewers.

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