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Sunday, August 20, 2006
9:54PM - Jeff Hardy
Jeff Hardy Returns Tomorrow 8/21/06!
"Jeff Hardy set to return to RAW
By Steven Schiff
August 17, 2006
Jeff Hardy will be making his long-awaited return to the ring this week on Monday Night RAW. Three years after being released from WWE as the result of a suspected drug addiction, Hardy is sure to bring the high-wire act that made him a crowd favorite back to the confines of (and the general area above, around and beyond) the squared circle.
A lifelong wrestling fan, Hardy made his WWE debut in 1993 at just 16 years old. In 1998, he and older brother Matt were offered full-time WWE deals, and the two forged a partnership that garnered them almost instant top-billing. Appropriately dubbed The Hardy Boyz, the two brothers employed unparalleled high-risk maneuvers and in-ring creativity to become one of WWE’s top tag teams.
The Hardy Boyz went on to become five-time WWE Tag Team Champions and also captured the WCW Tag Team Championship, ensuring their legacy as one of the most successful tag teams in WWE history. As the Hardy Boyz continued to find success, Jeff’s reputation for recklessness grew. The Hardyz had a flair for the extreme, and Jeff pushed the limits of in-ring acrobatics with an astonishing willingness to sacrifice his body week after week. The team’s extreme style was made famous in Tables, Ladders and Chairs Matches against the Dudley Boyz and Edge and Christian.
In 2002, just after the WWE brand extension, Matt and Jeff were split up, pursuing singles success on SmackDown and RAW, respectively. That year, Jeff participated in arguably the greatest match of his singles career when he faced Undertaker in a Ladder Match for the WWE Championship. Though he was unable to capture the gold, Hardy’s relentlessness and courage in the ring captured the Deadman’s respect, and people everywhere began to acknowledge the talent that Hardy had spent his entire life perfecting.
Unfortunately, it wasn’t long after this epic clash that things started to unravel. Hardy held several individual championships, including the European, Intercontinental, Light Heavyweight and Hardcore Championships, at various stages of his singles career. But as he began to make his climb up the ladder of WWE success, those close to Hardy began to notice an erratic change in his behavior. He started showing up late (or not at all) for WWE events, and his in-ring performance was slowly deteriorating. Reports of a drug dependency began to surface, and after refusing to enter rehab, Jeff Hardy was released by WWE on April 22, 2003.
As reported on WWE.com earlier this month, Hardy is now fully rehabilitated and fit to return, ready to make sure that his glory days in WWE have not passed him by. Whether he will be wrestling alone or eventually teaming back up with his brother is yet unknown. Regardless, Hardy insists that the best is yet to come.
“I’m ready to jump off bigger ladders and go through thicker tables,” he said. “I just gotta let it fly.”
Don’t miss Jeff Hardy’s high-flying return as he comes back to RAW one night after SummerSlam, live on USA at 9/8 CT."
Tuesday, August 15, 2006
hi new guy here...just thought that i would say hi...
big, big jeff hardy fan...omg i can't beleive that he is coming back...so happy, he's hot, love it...
i thought i would never see him again...i was WRONG...
Tuesday, June 13, 2006
10:29PM - HELP!
My computer crashed and i have lost all of my Pics... If i could get links to anything with Raven, Ashley, Jeff hardy, Matt hardy, Shannon Moore, Shelly Martinez, SOCALVAL, Mickie James aka Alexis Laree, Beth Phoenix, Lita, AJ STYLES, James Mitchell, The Sandman, Brian Kendrick, Tommy Dreamer, Trinity aka Stephanie Finochio, Dawn Marie, Allison Danger, Christopher Daniels, Beulah McGillicutty aka Trisa Hayes, Raven's Nest/The Flock/The Gathering
That is all i can think of right now.... I am surfing the web as i sit here so any help would be nice....
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Sunday, October 30, 2005
Wednesday, October 6, 2004
Some pics at Jeffnerohardy.com
Monday, September 13, 2004
Saturday, September 4, 2004
Friday, September 3, 2004
Im so pissed!
Now I love football & all. But the hell football on The only f'n time I get to see Jeff?!?! whatsupwitdat? really sucks!! & Im sure they're not going to replay it.
Thursday, September 2, 2004
Tuesday, August 31, 2004
Thursday, August 26, 2004
TNA PPV RESULTS FOR 8/18/04
-Hudson interviewed Monty Brown, who talked about the Jeff Jarrett vs. Jeff Hardy NWA Title match on Sept. 8. He said on Sept. 9, whoever wins the match, he better be in line for the next title match. Just as he was about to talk about his Pounce, Kid Kash intervened. He said he understands all about the favoritism that goes on in TNA each week and he got consumed with it. He said was warning Brown not to let that happen to him. He said A.J. Styles, AMW, Ron Killings, and Jeff Hardy are all part of the favored group. He told Monty that if he ever needs back-up, he'll be there for him. When Kash walked away, Brown said he has never needed backup and he always works alone. He said the Truth will feel the "Pounce!... Period."
-Jeff Hardy actually spoke. He said, "Sept. 8" during a video montage promoting his title match against Jeff Jarrett. He'll work his way to sentences at a later time. Hardy closed with two full sentences. He said he came close before to reaching the top and on Sept. 8, "my fate will be sealed"
-Dallas attacked Styles right away. Killings made the save, taking down Kash and Dallas with clotheslines. Brown then attacked Killings with a Pounce. Styles then gave Brown an enzuigiri. As Styles turned to Kash, Brown gave Styles a Pounce. Jeff Hardy then ran out and gave Brown a Twist of Fate and a face plant to Dallas. Hardy then flipped onto Kash and kicked Brown. Hardy then played to the crowd. Small point, but they really ought to create some reason for Hardy to be there. Having him just run into the ring without any reason for being at the show in the first place seems a bit contrived.
Wednesday, August 25, 2004
Tuesday, August 24, 2004
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