Jeff Hardy Reveals New Concert Dates; Matt Hardy Says He Will Talk Money On First Podcast

Matt Hardy reveals what's on deck for his first podcast.

Matt Hardy, who has always been ahead of the curve with media is finally stepping into the world of podcasting. The Extreme Life of Matt Hardy podcast will debut on Friday, January 7 and Matt Hardy is detailing what will be part of the first episode.

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Matt revealed on Twitch, that he and his brother Jeff will be breaking down the tag team match that put them on the map. The first subject for the podcast will be the Ladder Match between The Hardy Boyz and Edge and Christian at No Mercy 1999. The podcast is hosted by Jon Alba.

Matt said that they will be going over everything from all of the spots in the match to what they were actually paid for that groundbreaking affair.

“I talked to Adam. I talked to Jay, which is Edge and Christian. I just said, ‘Yeah, I wanted like jog my memory by getting your perspective. Is there anything that you can that you remember at that day that I might be forgetting?’ We just talked about stuff, and I want to make sure I had my facts, right. The fact of what we get paid, I had to jog my memory on that. I was kind of right in some aspects. Then, Jeff thought it was way more than we got. I think Adam was pretty correct. Christian was right on the money. Then, we all came to the same agreement. So I did my homework before we went and started talking shop with this episode. So I'm very excited about it and I'm very excited for each and every one of you to hear it. I think you're gonna truly enjoy it.”

Also on the stream, Jeff Hardy appeared and answered a non-wrestling questionnaire, revealing that if he could switch lives with anyone it would be Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam and his current favorite song is Popular Monster by Falling in Reverse.

Jeff also revealed some upcoming concert dates for himself.

"January the 13th I'm going to be at the Royal Grove in Lincoln, Nebraska. Then on January the 14th. I'm going to be at the Slowdown in Omaha, Nebraska, in the middle of America. On January the 15th, I'm going to be at the TAK music venue in Fargo, North Dakota. Then on January the 16th at Bigs Bar in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. I'll be singing some original music and meeting so many people. Please come out and check us out, if you will. I would love it so much."

Jeff was released by WWE in late 2021. Matt Hardy previously stated that Jeff will talk about that release when he is ready. Learn more here.

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