TNA News: Jeff Hardy promises something big for his fans
The Charismatic Enigma wants to one up Shane McMahon
Jeff Hardy is normally one of those wrestlers who doesn't break Kayfabe and stays in character, however in one of his rare interviews taken by Sports Illustrated recently, he talked about planning something really big for his fans.
He said that he got the idea of it from the recent breathtaking jump of Shane O'Mac from the top of the Hell In A Cell at the 32th edition of WrestleMania.
“I knew I could top that, Every time I watched Shane, I was inspired to do something better.”
He also talked about not knowing how long he'll stay in the business considering his age and a bone-breaking 25 year career, although he did mention about how he would like to end his career:
“I can feel my body telling me something. I don’t know how much longer I’ve got, and naturally I would love to end with a WrestleMania and I would love to have a Hell in a Cell. That’s something I’ve always wanted to do, and I’ve always wanted to headline ‘Mania.”
Jeff will get his chance to fly on this Sunday where he takes on his long time partner and brother Matt Hardy at TNA's Slammiversary in a "Full Metal Mayhem" match.