Jeff Hardy lays out some future goals.
Jeff Hardy returned to AEW on April 12, 2023 after being indefinitely suspended from the company in June 2022 following an arrest for driving under the influence. Hardy went to rehab during his time away and was eventually cleared to return to the company.
Speaking to MuscleManMalcolm, Hardy was asked how he's doing now that he's back in the ring.
"It's the last run, the last good Hardy Boys run. I still have hopes, deep within my soul, that I'm going to have one more solo world championship title reign," he said.
Asked about possibly beating MJF for the AEW World Title, Hardy said, "Hopefully, it's someone else. Every time I hear, 'the Devil on a different level,' I just chuckle. It's so silly. He's a poet and he don't know it. Anybody. It's one of the goals I've set for myself. Before it's all said and done, to look back on it, 'you came out of your own personal hell and achieved a world championship within your own personal heaven once again.' That would make everything complete."
Finally, Hardy was asked how much longer he feels he had left in the ring. He replied, "I have no idea. I'm a big believer that something could happen before I get home tonight that would end my career. It's the little things that kill sometimes. I can't put a number on it, but I feel like I'm going to be rocking until I'm 50. I'm 45 now. Between now and 50, I think I'm going to create many more moments."
Hardy last wrestled on the June 21 episode of AEW Dynamite, teaming with his brother Matt Hardy in a loss to The Gunns (Austin Gunn & Colten Gunn).
Matt Hardy has remained active on AEW Rampage alongside Isiah Kassidy & Ethan Page. It is unknown when Jeff will return to the ring.
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