Jeff Hardy Speaks Out – TNA/SpikeTV Negotiations, Victory Road, More

Ryan Clark August 14, 2014 0

Jeff Hardy Speaks Out – TNA/SpikeTV Negotiations, Victory Road, More



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Credit: The LAW

Jeff Hardy recently spoke about the TNA TV situation and more. Here are the highlights…

On the TNA/Spike TV situation: ” I don’t follow any of the timelines – Twitter or any of that. As far as I know negotiations are still ongoing. That’s all I know. As far as me – I just look at it like this – I’ll show up and do the best I can and have great matches. That’s my job. It’s not really my problem whether we stay on Spike or not. That’s somebody else’s problem.”

On TNA putting a top star under a mask: “WWE would probably never do that because you know my face is my money maker. That’s what’s cool about it with me and being in TNA, a smaller planet in professional wrestling but they’re willing to take chances. As far as I’m concerned – I’m thankful they gave me that chance. Because – for me – I’m 36 years old now. Just to do that – to have these memories on video that will last forever. I can always say I brought Willow back and it wasn’t half bad.”

On 2012 being his best year: “2012 was probably the best wrestling year of my life as far as I’m concerned because doing the thing with the eyelids and watching those matches back. And being the Complete Enigma – I mean that was huge for me. 2012 was huge for me. And the person I am today – because of all this darkness and the bad stuff I’ve been through – I love myself so much more deeply than I did back in the day, before I was better. So 2012 was the defining year for me.”

On changes he’s made since the infamous Victory Road incident: “When you do get clean and completely drug free it’s amazing how things change. I find it hard to forgive myself for the way I was you know back in the day with the abuse and the addiction – it kinda makes me sick. Looking back on it – if I would’ve never got hooked. You can’t dwell on that. I’m lucky I’m alive.”


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