Jeff Hardy

Height: 6’2″
Weight: 215 pounds
From: Cameron, North Carolina
Finishing Move: The Swanton


This week will be the last show in the Impact Zone, before they go out on the road, staring with next Thursday’s Impact Wrestling show.



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Jeff said his time off from wrestling was very rough, since his dad is doing through a lot of health issues.


He said he is trying to work smarter now, than in the past, and he is now a little more afraid to try big things, since he has a 2 year old daughter, but he is still excited about the upcoming cage match at Lockdown, and has big plans for it.


His band Peroxwhy?gen has a new cd coming out, which he hopes will be out around June or July, and it’s going to be something completely different.


He said it’s very exciting to look back at the old TLC matches, and now for him and Bully Ray to be on their solo paths and facing each other, it’s very exciting.


He’s taking better care of himself, seeing a chiropractor, working out regularly, and getting massages.


Yes, his TNA schedule has been busy, and it will be more busy with them going on the road, but it still gives him more time with his family.  He enjoys being the alternative, and he likes working for TNA very much.


Although he’s faced Bully Ray in the past, the unknown effect of the cage match will make Sunday’s match different, and this will be exciting.  He thinks that he has the advantage in the cage.


He doesn’t agree with what Bret Hart said about HHH and some others in his recent interview.


It would be awesome to tour Australia with TNA, but he doesn’t know when they will.  The people were so nice, & he loved the country.


The support from the fans, and seeing those packed houses made the UK shows very special and cool.  He’s not that familiar with Rockstar Spud, the TNA British Boot Camp winner, but he’s looking forward to working with him.


His advice to up and coming wrestlers is to try to use whatever makes them new and different.


In the cage, you can’t run.  It’s like two animals, being locked in there.  He just has to go in with the attitude that he’s the Champion, and he’s going to hold on to it.  He had a great 2012, and 2013 is going to be even better, because more of the true Charismatic Enigma is going to show through.


He misses doing motocross, but he doesn’t have anything big planned.  He would like to find more time to do it in the future, because it is a big part of him.  His wife probably worries equally about him when he’s in the ring and on his bike.


Eddie Vetter always inspires him.  Music is a big part of his creative process, and it always inspires him.  His hero is his dad, and he admires him very much.


The fans are the most important thing.  Getting out on the road, seeing new faces, and playing to bigger crowds is important to making the product better, so he’s looking forward to it.


He and Matt used to film so much, but they don’t do that so much anymore.  He does film his daughter a lot, and every part of her growing up is being documented.  He does miss filming with Matt, and he always considered it video art.  He thinks YouTube is probably important in TNA reaching fans, but it was Matt who did the filming, and he just isn’t that guy.  He does Instagram, and that’s about it.  It’s up to TNA and Matt, whether Matt comes to work for TNA; he’s not involved in that decision.


He’s pretty much done everything he wanted to do in wrestling, so now it’s just important to remain creative and inspired, and stay at the top.


You have to take chances in wrestling, and that’s what he’s doing in trusting Bully Ray, and facing him this week at Lockdown.


The freakiest letter he ever got from a fan was one who sent something she said was her blood.


He’d like a chance to face Jushin Lyger in a match.  In the past, his biggest thrill was facing Shawn Michaels in a match.


He was very sorry to hear of Paul Bearer’s death yesterday.


The thing he misses most is seeing the enhancement talent in pro wrestling. It’s a great opportunity for the new talent, and he thought it was a good thing.


He paints his eyelids because he saw Johnny Depp do it in a film, and he thought it was very cool.  Also, he loved seeing Sting’s face paint, and thought he was the coolest thing.  He very much enjoys being creative with painting his face.


“Lockdown” ?Live on Pay-Per-View Sunday, March 10, 2013?San Antonio, TX


Jeff Hardy (champ) vs. Bully Ray (challenger)

Aces & Eights (Devon, Mr. Anderson, D.O.C, Garett and Knux) vs. Team TNA (Sting, Magnus, Samoa Joe, James Storm and Eric Young)

Kurt Angle vs. Wes Brisco

Bobby Roode & Austin Aries (champs) vs. Hernandez & Chavo Guerrero vs. Daniels & Kazarian

Velvet Sky (champ) vs. Gail Kim
Robbie E vs. Robbie T


Preview Thursday’s IMPACT WRESTLING broadcast on Spike TV at 8/7c! If you can’t watch the action on Thursday, make sure to set your DVR!


- It’s the countdown to the Lockdown event, live from San Antonio, Texas! Thursday’s IMPACT is the final battleground before the war in the cage on Sunday – what will happen on Thursday that could potentially alter Lockdown? Tune in and find out!


- Who did Kurt Angle see after he infiltrated the Aces and Eights clubhouse and unmasked the gang’s VP? The Aces attacked Angle before he could show the world – but will Angle reveal his identity on Thursday?
What is Angle’s condition after the brawl? Don’t miss it!


- With the Lethal Lockdown teams set, there will be a Best-Of-Three Series between Team TNA and Aces and 8s on Thursday’s IMPACT! Whoever wins determines who has man advantage going into Lethal Lockdown!


- What will be the fate of the Gut Check contestants? This past week, female newcomers Lei’d Tapa and Ivelise Felez battled for a chance be the next TNA Knockout! Who will the judges pick to join the roster?


All this and much more on Thursday’s IMPACT WRESTLING on Spike TV at 8/7c!

Jeff Hardy
Height: 6’2″
Weight: 215 pounds
From: Cameron, North Carolina
Finishing Move: The Swanton


Known as “The Charismatic Enigma,” Jeff Hardy is one of the most popular superstars in professional wrestling. Famous for his exciting, high-flying daredevil acts, Hardy is considered a pioneer of high-risk wrestling. This former World Champion has once again revolutionized his career with TNA.


Jeff Hardy is best known for his work in tables, ladders and chairs matches where he regularly pushed the limits of professional wrestling. Fans are truly amazed by his undying resilience and commitment to his craft. Hardy famously competed in the second Monster’s Ball match in history. During this match, at Bound for Glory 2005, Hardy performed his notorious Swanton. From the top of the arena entrance, Hardy landed onto Abyss, who was lying on a table 30 feet below. This was just a testament to Hardy’s dangerous style offense and disregard for his own personal safety.


At Bound for Glory 2012, Jeff Hardy challenged Austin Aries for the TNA World Heavyweight Championship. Hardy’s victory earned him the title, once again becoming TNA World Heavyweight Champion.




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