WWE Rumors: Broken Matt Hardy, Brother Nero finally coming to WWE?

WWE Rumors: Broken Matt Hardy, Brother Nero finally coming to WWE?

Many fans are hoping that The Hardy Boyz will have one final run in the WWE but they are currently signed with TNA Wrestling. However, the latest rumors suggest that Matt and Jeff Hardy could make a return to the WWE as their new characters, Broken Matt Hardy and Brother Nero.

In an interview with LA Weekly, Jeff Hardy revealed that he wants to finish his wrestling career with the WWE. He noted that he would like to face The Undertaker inside Hell in a Cell in his retirement match.

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“Man, I want to Swanton off the top of the cell, onto the commentary table. Then, I want to climb the cell, cut the f****** cage, when Taker’s back in the ring, and Swanton though the cage, miss, and then Tombstone 1-2-3,” Jeff said.

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According to Cageside Seats, the WWE is willing to sign Jeff after his contract with TNA Wrestling expires in February next year. The company reportedly wants him to be a full-timer due to his popularity but the man now known as Brother Nero is only open to becoming a part-timer.

On the other hand, Broken Matt Hardy was interviewed by Sports Illustrated and he revealed that he wants to face Bray Wyatt if he gets the opportunity to return to the WWE. The Broken Matt Hardy character is one of the best in wrestling right now and it is very entertaining.

“I would love, one day down that road, to show up in WWE and have a match with Bray Wyatt. I would love to bring him to my battlefield and delete him–that would be my honor,” Matt said.

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Both Hardy brothers are at the twilight of their careers but they will be very helpful with the young talents in the WWE today. They can help the “New Era” stars get over and build the future of the industry.

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