Jeff Hardy Speaks About Chasing the 24/7 Title

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Jeff Hardy Speaks About Chasing the 24/7 Title

Jeff Hardy was recently in the spotlight for chasing the 24/7 title. Jeff Hardy is one of WWE’s most popular superstars. He is a former member of the Hardy Boyz. He is very well known for his high flying moves and ability to jump off huge sets of stairs.

He is currently working as a solo wrestler as Matt Hardy, his brother has left the WWE. Jeff Hardy was trending on social media as he was involved in a segment that included the 24/7 title. On Wrestling Inside the Ropes, Jeff Hardy spoke about his future with the title.

Jeff Hardy Speaks About 24/7 Title and His Future With it

“On Monday night in Miami, that’s just what I felt like doing. That’s what I had to do,” Hardy said. “I was in the chase for the 24/7 Title, and it just didn’t work out.

I just came out there, and it didn’t work out, but it’s one of those things. “I show up to work. I do what they need me to do, and then I move on. That’s in the past, and this Monday is the future, so I’m super excited”.

Jeff also spoke about his match with Karrion Kross. He was criticized as he recently defeated Karrion Kross during his RAW debut. “I had never met Karrion, until I worked with him. Matt had worked with him years ago, and I’d seen some of his stuff in the other wrestling worlds,” Hardy noted.

“He’s just an interesting dude, very, very interesting, otherworldly type of guy. He’s got interesting ideas, so I’m excited to see where his future goes and super excited to work with him again because being the only one that’s kind of beat him by a unique way, Jeff Hardy using the ropes to win, I think there’s something else left before our feud is over.

So excited about that. Maybe something happens at Extreme Rules. It’s kind of short notice, but who knows”. Jeff Hardy is currently 44 years old. He started his professional wrestling career nearly 20 years ago. He spoke about if he has any timeline for his career.

“No, I have no idea,” Jeff Hardy admitted. “Every match I have now, it’s like, this might be my last match because sometimes, the little things kill. It’s so easy to get hurt. I just don’t know. I live week-to-week, match-to-match”.