Jeff Hardy On Using Face Paint, The Evolution of His Character

Jeff Hardy recently spoke with the In This Corner Podcast (via Wrestling Inc). Here are the highlights.

Inspiration for his Face Paint:

“I was a combination of Sting and the Ultimate Warrior,” said Hardy. “Sting at the time was in NWA, or when it became WCW, and the Warrior was in WWE. The Warrior was crazy but Sting’s would be different every night when he was the blonde haired Sting, and that’s what I loved about him I was like ‘How does he come up with these ideas?’ And I saw him one night in Fayetteville, North Carolina and the music came on and I reached out and touched him on the shoulder and I’ll never forget feeling… like I want to make somebody feel like he made me feel. Here I am, hopefully, having the same influence on young, up-and-coming, wannabe wrestlers.”

Evolution of His Character:

“It’s a lot of work. I think it’s a modified Brother Nero, because you know naturally when Matt became Woken it was a little different than Broken. So I think this is my version of the new Brother Nero and it’s gonna only evolve more. That’s why I broke out the white contacts, I figured why not?”