Jeff Hardy ahead of this Sunday.
This Sunday at WWE's 'Hell In A Cell' PPV, after spending over twenty years in the pro wrestling game, former 3-time WWE World Champion Jeff Hardy will have the one match that he has stated he's always wanted to have before he hangs up his boots and that is a Hell In A Cell match. Jeff Hardy will be locked inside of the structure with a man who he has competed against for years in Randy Orton.
Jeff is excited for his upcoming "dream match" and he shared that excitement while he was being interviewed by the 'Independent'. During the interview the topic of life after wrestling came up and Jeff was asked about the possibility of transitioning to a backstage role much like how his brother Matt has done. Jeff stated that he does not see a future in that field for him as he likely sees himself focusing on his art opposed to being a producer or an agent for the WWE.
"Right now, I don’t see myself doing that at all,” added Hardy, when discussing the possibility of a training role in WWE.“That’s totally Matt and he is perfect for that as he has such a great mind for the business. I just have so many other interests and things that I enjoy doing besides wrestling. As far as my career goes after wrestling, I’m not too sure about that as I’m not too sure I could make a living off painting canvasses. I am sure, with the WWE Network now, that I’ll be involved in some way shape or form but I don’t see myself as a producer or an agent.”
Matt Hardy shared on social media that he has began to transition to a backstage role in WWE. On a related note, Matt hosted a Q&A session on YouTube and to read one of Matt's detailed responses to a question that he was asked, click here.