Matt Hardy On Potential WWE Return, Says Of MeekMahan: 'I Am Not Going To Be A Puppet, A Yes Man'

Broken Matt Hardy still has his sights set on facing tag teams in WWE.

During a recent interview with Sportskeeda, Hardy expressed a desire to face WWE teams -- or, as he calls them, "MeekMahan's tag teams."

Hardy continues to push the boundaries of promotional and contractual confines, challenging teams from other promotions and even getting opportunities against some of them. During WrestleMania weekend, the Hardys, Matt and Jeff, will face the Young Bucks at Supercard of Honor 2017 on April 1 at the Lakeland Center in Lakeland, FL.

"I will DELETE the Bucks of Youth on April 1st at ROH, and all of MeekMahan's tag teams will follow," Hardy said.

Hardy previously has expressed a desire to face The New Day, and has gone back and forth via social media with Bray Wyatt. Prior to his Apocalypto tag match held at the Hardy Compound in North Carolina late last year, he invited both WWE and ROH teams to take part

The Hardys currently hold the Impact Tag Titles, but their contracts were set to expire at the end of February. 

Rumors have swirled for months that WWE was interested in bringing back both Hardys. Matt Hardy has addressed his future in several interviews in recent months, including this one, where he said the following: 

"I don't know where I will be at this point. I would like to try and help Impact Wrestling grow and reach it's full potential. Otherwise, Vince MeekMahan would love to get his hands on me and my broken brilliance. He loves me and he covets me. In a perfect world if I can come to terms with Impact Wrestling and we can agree on everything, then I could help it reach that full potential. If not I maybe will just come home to Home Hardy and manage things here. MeekMahan has a huge monopoly and it's a great platform to be on but I am not going to be a puppet, a yes man. I will not take direction, I do what I want to do. I don't know if that will work well there. I will also not do that schedule at this time as I have to take care of young King Maxel."

The Hardys won the TNA Tag Titles last October at Bound For Glory.

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