At WrestleMania 33, The Hardy Boyz finally made their long awaited return to World Wrestling Entertainment, and it’s fair to say that it was one of the highlights of the night. Matt and Jeff have been making an impact all over the globe for well over a year now since transforming into their Broken alter egos, and now they’re finally back where they belong.
So far things have gone pretty well, but there’s always room for improvement and we’ve picked up on a few things that we’d like the brothers to change. They aren’t wide scale changes, but they would certainly make their presence on the weekly programming even more enjoyable for fans.
Either way, whether they mix things up or not, they deserve a huge amount of respect for how they’ve been able to revitalise their careers in the last few years. After all, both guys seemed dead and buried what with the numerous substance problems they’ve had throughout their careers – but somehow they’ve managed to pull yet another rabbit out of the hat.
So with that in mind, and at the threat of being deleted by Matt if he ever stumbles across this, here are five things The Hardy Boyz need to change in WWE.
The Broken Hardys, without a doubt, were the best gimmick in all of professional wrestling last year and for the first few months of 2017. Starting off in their backyard back in North Carolina, the brothers managed to reinvent themselves in a way that nobody was anticipating, and that nobody could’ve seen becoming such a resounding success.
Alas, they managed it, but for some reason, they’re back to being the regular old Hardy Boyz in WWE. There’s not necessarily anything wrong with that, but a return to their Broken ways is sorely required if they’re going to get to that next level during this run with the company. Well, for one of the two men that is...
We all know this needs to happen.