When TNA holds its Bound for Glory event later this year, it may very well feature the promotion's biggest star, Jeff Hardy, performing both as a wrestler and a singer.
While it's still unclear whether or not current TNA Heavyweight Champion Jeff Hardy has signed a new deal with the company, he's already making plans for his future down in Orlando.
Those plans include performing at the Bound for Glory pay-per-view (PPV) event this year as both a wrestler and a singer. Yes, seriously.
From an interview with Wrestling101.com:
"Hopefully to remain the world champion for as long as I can, even before the start of 2012 I set a goal for myself just to have a tremendous year and it went well beyond my expectations. I'm setting another goal for myself for 2013 and that is at Bound for Glory I want to perform a song from my bands album live on the PPV and hopefully I can achieve that."
If you want a sneak peek at what that might look something like, you can check him out singing alongside an old guy with a guitar by clicking here.
Hardy may be staying with TNA but he was also extremely complimentary of Vince McMahon and WWE:
"I love Vince McMahon, I don't have anything bad to say about him, we get along, we have had our ups and downs but he was a great boss. With Dixie it is more about family, like my daughter actually knows her kids and it is much more family like here in TNA and that is kind of what I like. Naturally the schedule is a lot more laid back so whenever I can have more time with my family that is crazy important. I think Dixie is a lot more personal whereas Vince is more professional."
He always said his music would play a big part in determining where he signed. TNA allowing him to sing at Bound for Glory, its biggest event of the year, would undoubtedly be a big selling point, especially considering the fact that McMahon would never let him do the same at WrestleMania.
We have any fans of Hardy's music in the house?