Yes, you read it right Jeff Hardy has returned to the wrestling world by fighting some guy in ICW. Hardy, then guised as "Willow The Wisp (or "Will O' The Wisp," depending on what news site you hear this from)" was pinned. Outraged, he pulled a swanton bomb and was unmasked to be Jeff Hardy.
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Well, I guess Jeff's either beaten his demons in record time or just convinced some poor Indy guy that he has. I say he shows up in TNA in a month, tops.
The preceding post expressed the opinions of a raving Jerichoholic. He was biased, opinionated and bitter. You were warned.
As of Monday, May 9 at 1:14 PM, the Boston Red Sox' Magic Number to clinch the AL East is 135. A combination of 135 Red Sox wins and New York Yankees losses will guarantee the AL East for the Boston Red Sox.
Big deal, the guy works a match in his living room. So what?
"The Rock also knows damn well, what in recent years the WCW Title has come to... Diamond Dallas Page? Booker T? The guy from Scream 2, the dog from Married with Children, the maid from the Jeffersons! Shane McMahon, this title is just like your sister, everybody gets a turn!"
Matt Hardy was a quality wrestler to watch. He was able to change his character into a somewhat respectable heel. Once him and Matt split he made a name for himself, keeping the same image and mentality of the old Hardy Boys. I think that it is great he is still wresting and I hope we see him back in the WWE soon. GOOD LUCK JEFF.
I am not really an expert on faces, but the chin does look like Jeff's chin.
And it does make sense. He was sick and tired of all the pressure and the politics of the WWE (according to the Hardyz book) He never said he was tired of doing swantons in front of 20 people. The crowd doesn't look too thrilled btw seeing the Swanton..(even though they might not know its Jeff)
Flair and the Midnight Express have to be considered best theme music. Honorable mention though goes to Windham and Rotundo back in the Springsteen days of the U.S. Express, before Vince stopped paying money for themes.