Jeff Hardy Wishes That The Hardy Boyz Could Have Had A Cinematic Match With The Usos In A Penitentiary

Jeff Hardy continues to have an itch for a cinematic match in WWE.

It's no secret that SmackDown star Jeff Hardy has had his eyes set on a cinematic match for quite awhile now. When appearing on Broken Skull Sessions with Stone Cold Steve Austin, Hardy explained how he wished he and his brother, current AEW star Matt Hardy could've had a cinematic match inside of a penitentiary with Jimmy and Jey Uso.

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“In a sense I think [The Final Deletion inspired The Boneyard Match from WrestleMania 36], yeah. Because, even watching that match because of the pandemic, you kind of had to think outside the box, be unique. Yeah, it reminded me a lot of The Final Deletion, Delete Or Decay, all those cinematic matches we did but yeah, I still love those matches. I always had this dream before Matt left the WWE to have a match with The Usos in some old, broken-down, locked up penitentiary, because The Uso Penitentiary is their thing and I wanted to go in there and have some kind of wacky cinematic matches in an old prison. But we never got to do this."

Both Jeff and Matt Hardy competed in what many credit as the first (and perhaps best) cinematic match back in 2016 when both were signed to IMPACT Wrestling, in the 'Final Deletion'.

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