Jeff Hardy is happy for The Young Bucks and is excited to see what comes of AEW.
All Elite Wrestling is one month away from their 'Double Or Nothing' event in Las Vegas on Memorial Day weekend and it will be the first show under the company's banner. Thus far, Kenny Omega, Cody, The Young Bucks, Lucha Bros., Alicia Atout, Justin Roberts, WWE Hall Of Famers Jim Ross and Billy Gunn among other producers, talents and members of the broadcast team have been officially announced to be a part of AEW.
There are many pairs of eyes on the start-up company as they are set to debut on television this October according to Jim Ross and a friend of The Young Bucks, Jeff Hardy, is excited to see where the company goes from here as he echoed during an interview with Gorilla Position. Hardy said along with his friendship with Matt and Nick Jackson, he is also excited to see Chris Jericho and cannot wait for 'Double Or Nothing' so he can get a feel for the show.
“For sure, I’m so excited. We love The Young Bucks man and to see that Jericho is there. I mean it’s so exciting to see what that becomes so I can’t wait to watch that first show and get a feel for what it looks like, how it’s gonna be, the longevity it might consists of." Hardy continued, "It’s always exciting for a new company to come through and [we’ll] see what happens.”
Jeff Hardy was then asked could there be a possible move "down South" for him and Hardy responded by saying that only time we'll tell. He and Matt's WWE contracts were rolled over for another year but Hardy left the door open and added that anything is possible.
“Ahh man, we’ll see, we’ll see. No time soon." Jeff said. "I’m here for a while but yeah, moving forward, anything is possible so we’ll see.”
This past Sunday at WrestleMania 35, Jeff Hardy was in action in the Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal to read about how he fared in the match, click here.
If the quotes in this article are used, please credit Gorilla Position with an H/T to Fightful for the transcriptions.