The Hardy brothers are guests on The Ross Report to discuss their early careers and TNA IMPACT being great television. Jeff comments:
I watched the whole show a few weeks ago and I thought, ‘man this is great. I am so glad to be a part of this’. I think it’s great television.
The Hardy brothers appear on Talk is Jericho to discuss their beginnings in wrestling and their future plans. Jericho releases statement.
Matt and Jeff aka The Hardy Boyz aka Team Xtreme are together in-person with Y2J! The real life brothers had their own trampoline ring in the backyard of their family’s 25-acre tobacco farm. They started their own wrestling promotion, sewed their own costumes, came up with some crazy gimmicks, made their way to the WWE, and once there, cemented their legacy with some killer TLC matches! Stories, stories, and more stories… and they share them all with Chris!
The Hardy brothers are guests on Talk is Jericho to discuss their WWE careers and childhood. Matt recalls:
Where we grew up, we’re lucky we can read. We were raised by wolves, man. Our mom died when we were young and our dad was a hard worker, always working.
Hardy sits down with Ring Rust Radio to discuss current events in TNA and working with his brother, Matt, again.
I’ve had some recent new ideas that I’ve talked to Matt about but we haven’t debuted them yet, but are pretty possible. It’s like riding a bicycle. Matt and I teamed for a long time and we did an Omega show at the high school that Matt and I graduated from and wrestled the Briscoe Brothers and the whole show from beginning to end was so good and the Briscoes vs. the Hardys was a killer main event. I also did a few other Indy shots with Matt and we were just as good as we’ve ever been.
Hardy speaks about getting another to wrestle for TNA:
Oh yeah, definitely. It was a dark, depressing time in my life after Victory Road 2011 was real … it was a sad time for me cause they could have easily fired me and let me go. As far as them giving me that second chance and letting me prove myself, TNA saved me. They saved my life pretty much.
Hardy is a guest on Piper’s Pit to discuss his art, wrestling and his brother.
I see things so differently. I think professional wrestling has always been an art form to me. No matter how down it gets me or how bad it beats me up, It’s always going to be a part of me. Each match is a piece of work, a masterpiece.
Hardy talks to IconsVsIcons.com about music, his new CD and music videos.
I would definitely categorize it (the new CD) in the category of alternative rock. My stuff, especially Plurality of Worlds, has a lot of rap styles in the songs but I would say, overall, it is alternative rock. We are going to start recording the next album in January. I am really looking forward to it.
Hardy discusses making his debut in WWE:
There were three or four years when we were no bodies, just being used for guys to beat us, and my thinking was I’m going to do something so somebody up there remembers me and that first television show with Matt and I as a main tag team was the pay-off. It was a huge moment for me, it was wow we’ve succeeded, now we’ve got this opportunity we have to make the best of it.