Jeff Hardy Shares His Pitch For An "Upward Spiral Match"

Jeff Hardy has an idea for a new type of match.

Speaking with Inside The Ropes ahead of WWE Survivor Series, Hardy discussed his wrestling bucket list, noting how he was able to scratch off Hell In A Cell (he faced Randy Orton at the event in 2018) and that he's okay not competing inside the punishing structure again.

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Continuing on, Hardy shared his pitch for an "Upward Spiral Match," which was inspired by the rotating WCW ring at Universal Orlando circa 1993. Here are his full remarks:

"Yeah, I think Hell in a Cell was on my bucket list and I'd even mentioned, 'I'd like to do one more,' but I think I'm good with just the one. I smashed my ankle pretty good when I was hanging from the top and it hurt me for a pretty long while. But yeah, I think I'm alright with that one Hell in a Cell. I have this weird -- I'm out there, but I have this weird idea for this Upward Spiral Match or something. I don't know if you know this, but back in the day, WCW used to film at Universal Studios Orlando and it was on a stage, but the ring would spin. It would spin and even as a little kid watching that I think it was implanted in my brain, I was going, 'What if there is a match to where you wrestle for five minutes but then there is a [beeping sound] and the ring starts spinning. Then it spins at a certain speed for a certain amount of time and then you stop. Naturally, you get dizzy. But then another two minutes and it starts to spin again but just a little faster. I'm just curious if you can run spots as the ring's spinning and be safe. The Upward Spiral Match."

During a recent interview, the SmackDown Superstar discussed the possibility of facing Edge one more time. You can find those comments here.

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