We haven’t seen brothers Matt & Jeff Hardy work a tag match since April of 2019, when they won the SmackDown Tag Team championship from The Usos. That was a short reign, ended when The Boyz were forced to vacate due to the younger Hardy’s knee injury.
I am so proud of my brother. He’s in an amazing place in his life, both professionally & personally - I hope you support him. I’m fortunate to vicariously relive our childhood together every single day, thru my 3 boys. I’m a blessed man & we’re both blessed to still be wrestling. pic.twitter.com/xWSbyD8T1D— MATT HARDY (@MATTHARDYBRAND) November 20, 2021
A @JEFFHARDYBRAND appreciation post ❤️@arielhelwani made sure to read some beautiful words from Jeff's brother Matt and we got his reaction...— WWE on BT Sport (@btsportwwe) November 20, 2021
"I've got to call him and say 'I love you brother.'"
Family over everything pic.twitter.com/FCYDEpg9Jr
... the biggest hurdle to a Hardy Boyz reunion is out of the way. The rest is just business, and as Jeff told talkSPORT’s Alex McCarthy:
“Contracts expire. People get released. All kinds of stuff happens. So, we’ll see. I think our paths will cross [and we’ll] reunite one more time.”
The Charismatic Enigma has been asked about this a lot, and he sounds confident every time. He said a little more to Sportskeeda about where another run with his brother could happen:
“Whether it’s here or over there. And over there could be anywhere.”
It was reported in September of last year that Jeff is likely tied to WWE into 2023, so wherever “over there” is, it might not be for a while. But we’re getting closer — and maybe closer than we think given how often “people get released” by Vince McMahon’s company these days.
Get your mesh shirts and baggy pants ready!