Jeff Hardy signs new WWE deal
Jeff Hardy and WWE have come to terms on a contract extension.
The reigning Intercontinental Champion broke the news in a recent interview with BT Sport, a clip of which was posted to Twitter on Monday.
? Time has come and gone for word, A thousand threats I've heard before ?— WWE on BT Sport (@btsportwwe) September 14, 2020
As soon as crowds return, so does @JEFFHARDYBRAND's No More Words ?
"It was a part of me re-signing, I know y'all want it..." pic.twitter.com/b9TqJoGYSl
While there's currently no word on how long, exactly, Hardy has re-upped for, he revealed that one of his terms was being allowed to use his much-missed "No More Words" entrance theme. The song's return has been speculated on for several months now, with Jeff confirming that he'll be allowed to bring it back once live crowds return to WWE shows.
On his current theme, the old Hardy Boyz track, Jeff said that he felt this should only be used for when he and brother Matt are teaming together. This is obviously impossible with the duo working for different companies at the moment.
Jeff would have been able to walk from WWE earlier this year had the promotion not added time onto his deal after multiple injuries and other behind-the-scenes issues, though it Now looks like he'll be with the company for years to come. He is currently expected to defend his IC Title against AJ Styles and Sami Zayn at Clash of Champions.
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