WWE News: Matt Hardy reveals one of the greatest moments of his career
What’s the story?
WWE superstar Matt Hardy recently made an appearance on ESPN Radio’s Geoff Calkins Show recently. During the interview, Hardy talked about his feud with Bray Wyatt and his return to WWE at WrestleMania 33 among other topics.
In case you did not know…
Matt Hardy, along with his brother Jeff, returned to WWE at WrestleMania 33. The Hardys were added as last-minute participants for the Raw Tag Team championship match which also featured Luke Gallows, Karl Anderson, Cesaro, Sheamus, Enzo Amore and Big Cass.
The Hardys then went on to win the championship at the event as well. After a few months, the duo dropped the title to Cesaro and Sheamus in a steel cage match at Extreme Rules. More recently, Matt Hardy started using the Woken Gimmick and feuding with Bray Wyatt.
The heart of the matter
In the interview, Hardy said that returning at WrestleMania 33 was one of the greatest moments of his career.
"It was truly one of the most rewarding moments of my career, no doubt. It's definitely a top three moment. It was really magical,” Hardy said.
He went on to reveal that the decision to return to WWE was made one month prior to the event. The likes of Reby Hardy, Jeff Hardy, Vince McMahon, Triple H and Mark Carrano were the only ones aware of the same.
The Woken one concluded by saying that it was special to wrestle the Young Bucks one day and show up for WrestleMania on the next day.
Matt Hardy is currently involved in a storyline with Bray Wyatt as mentioned earlier. The exact direction of the storyline is unclear at the moment. However, the upcoming episodes of Monday Night Raw will give us an idea of what WWE has planned for these two.
The return of Hardy Boyz was one of the best WWE moments of 2017. While there were rumours suggesting it, not many fans were really expecting the return. WWE did a great job of keeping a lid on the angle as well.
It should also be noted that WrestleMania 33 was Matt Hardy’s first WWE appearance in more than seven years.
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