Jeff Hardy Says His Top Goal Is The Universal Title, Discusses His Relationship With Vince McMahon

Jeff Hardy is in the 24/7 TItle chase right now, but he still has dreams of the Universal Title.

Hardy has been a World Champion in WWE, but has never gotten a crack at the Universal Title, which is currently held by Roman Reigns.

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Speaking on Felger & Massaroti, Hardy discussed his goals in WWE.

"My number one goal is to be the Universal Champion, like one time, before my career is over. I don't put a number on how much longer I have, I'm very much living life day to day. I want to entertain people and it's so exciting to be back in front of live audiences after a year of silence in the ThunderDome. I have all these ideas still and I'm blessed that I still have the passion for pro wrestling that I had when I was 16. Anything is possible in pro wrestling and I'm shooting for the stars," he said.

When asked how much longer he can go in the ring, Hardy said, "I have no idea. Every match I have now might be my last match. Sometimes, the little things kill. It's so easy to get hurt. I just don't know. I live week-to-week and match-to-match."

Hardy has been back in WWE since 2017, marking his third stint with the company.

Asked about his relationship with Vince McMahon, Hardy said, "I'm so grateful to have this opportunity to be a WWE superstar and very thankful and grateful for every show that I'm on. It don't matter what I'm doing, I'm blessed to be part of WWE still. It's a business relationship. I try to do the best I can for him and for WWE. Hopefully that's enough."

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