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Matt Hardy On How He Wants To Retire In AEW

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• Matt Hardy On How He Wants To Retire In AEW

During a recent interview with ET Canada, current AEW Superstar Matt Hardy revealed that he wants to finish his in-ring career by teaming up with his brother, Jeff Hardy, as The Hardy Boyz in All Elite Wrestling.

Here’s what Matt said:

“The gimmick I would like to end my career on, and I’m pretty confident in saying this, I would like to finish my career teaming with my brother as the Hardy Boyz.

Real life Matt and real life Jeff just doing our thing. That is, I feel like, a beautiful way to tie up a career. It’s probably going to be 30 years for both of us, probably over 30 years when it’s all said and done. To go out the way you came in, that’s super cool. I would like to finish my career with Jeff Hardy, my brother, as a team.

To correct the record, I would love to have Jeff Hardy come to AEW just so we could team together and there’s a lot of great teams there. A proper Hardy Boyz vs. The Young Bucks feud would be amazing.”

Jeff is currently signed to WWE and wrestles on the RAW brand.

Also Read: “AEW is more open minded. WWE is kind of set in their ways” – Jeff Hardy

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On this day in 2000, the World Wrestling Federation aired another LIVE episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF RAW IS WAR’.

It was broadcasted from the Worcester Centrum in Worcester, Massachusetts and featured matches, interviews & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWF Fully Loaded 2000’ PPV.

Here’s the match-card:

1. Rikishi vs. Chris Benoit

2. X-Pac vs. Chris Jericho

3. Val Venis vs. Eddie Guerrero

4. Jerry Lawler & The Kat vs. Dean Malenko & Terri

5. Tag Team Battle Royal

6. Kane & The Undertaker vs. Edge & Christian

7. The Rock vs. Triple H vs. Kurt Angle

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