Matt Hardy on Hardy Boyz’ Future: “House Hardy Shall Reunite”


Matt Hardy recently spoke to Zerxes Wadia on WWE’s YouTube channel about the possibility of reuniting with his brother Jeff. The Hardy Boyz are one of the most popular tag teams in WWE history, after all. Many fans have indeed been wondering if Matt and Jeff will ever work together again in Vince McMahon’s company.

“Woken” Matt Hardy answered, as only he can.

“I’m sure one day, before it’s all said and done, House Hardy shall reunite and one day claim the tag team championships of the world once ageen! And, ageen! And, ageen, and ageen, and ageen!”

Matt was obviously in character during the interview, as is usually the case. But it is curious that he would even suggest a future title run, unless it is a possibility. Matt recently stepped away from the ring to take a more active role behind the scenes. Since then, Jeff has continued alone on SmackDown Live.

Matt was also asked about WWE tryouts that will be held in India during the weekend of March 3-5, 2019.

“Well, this is a very special occasion because India, the realm known as India, is a very integral part of the WWE in this day and age. It’s one of the biggest markets available. And for any mortal vessel here in India, they can actually come to this tryout, I think it is, they can come here and they get a chance to participate in an activity which could allow them to become a WWE Superstar and travel the world, afford them an amazing life. And I tell you, take advantage of this opportunity if you are an athlete here in the realm of India.”

WWE has always been known as an international pro wrestling company. So it’s understandable that the effort to find new stars from all over the world is currently underway. Many fans believe that WWE’s expansion of NXT into the United Kingdom is a sign of more to come. Signing talents in other countries now may lead to even more NXT brands in the future.

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