Matt Hardy, whose "broken brilliance" has worked wonders for TNA, feels that his World Wrestling Entertainment return is possible. Matt's contract with TNA ends in February 2017 and the wrestler is looking to make a comeback to WWE.
In an interview with For The Win section of USA Today, the Attitude era superstar said getting inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame is not on his list of priorities.
"Anything is possible. My contract is up toward the end of February," Matt said when asked if he was willing to working with the WWE again.
Matt currently is interested in "helping Impact Wrestling reach its fullest potential".
"Right now, if all things work out and I get my way, I want to play a bigger part and be instrumental in helping Impact Wrestling reach its fullest potential. That is the most paramount thing to me and all important. The Hall of Fame and this Meekmahan [Vince McMahon] stuff, that is not something that is vital to me. If it happens later on, it happens," he said.
Speaking about his "broken brilliance", Matt said, "I feel like the broken universe and my broken brilliance have really stood out in Impact Wrestling and kept it alive when there has been so much negative news."
Matt added that Total Nonstop Deletion will usher in a new beginning and change Impact Wrestling for the better.
"And going forward, after this match, I am willing to infuse my broken brilliance even more in Impact Wrestling. The new majority owner that has come aboard, Anthem Sports, are the people who have allowed me to do this entire show — the entire two hours from my compound, Total Nonstop Deletion," he noted.
"I think this will be a new beginning and not just something where people say it's a new beginning. I actually do think it will be a new beginning. A lot of things from the old Impact Wrestling are going to change. It's something that was needed. In 2017, there will be a fresh start and they will help take Impact Wrestling into a new direction — not only where it can thrive, but where it can realize its full potential," the 42-year-old wrestler said.