The Hardy Boyz returning to WWE was one of the more memorable moments of Matt Hardy's career.
Speaking to Geoff Calkins on his radio show, Matt Hardy (in his Woken character) talked about the night that he and Jeff made their return to the WWE. For him, he was amazed at how the information didn't get out, considering that we live in an age where social media is rampant:
It was truly one of the most rewarding moments of my career, no doubt. It's definitely a top three moment. It was really magical. I mean, especially, we live in the days of technology and the age of information. You know, people know stuff instantaneously right now. We knew almost a month out [that] we were gonna be at WrestleMania. We knew a couple weeks out we were gonna be involved in this match with ladders. And, we were able to keep this all confidential, and able to keep it on the down low, and it was a legitimate surprise.
He also mentioned how crazy their schedule was that weekend. They not only wrestled in a ladder match for Ring of Honor on Saturday, but also competed in another ladder match the following day at WrestleMania. Regardless, it was a rewarding experience for Matt:
The night before, we were in a huge show for another wrestling promotion, wrestling the Bucks of Youth in our ladder match, which was almost 30 minutes, which was crazy and insane. And then we show up the next day to WrestleMania, the biggest WrestleMania there had ever been in history, and debut, and return, and get this colossal reaction which was so humbling and so flattering. And then we come into a ladder match, which is our staple. And then we win the tag team titles of the world again, which it was like truly a fairy book ending in many ways. But also, with that being said, it was also a beginning of a new fairy tale. So, it's been an amazing journey.
With Jeff currently injured, Matt has re-established himself as a singles competitor. He has changed his persona to the Woken character he made infamous in Impact Wrestling. He's currently embroiled in a feud with Bray Wyatt.