Jeff Hardy On Wanting To Be In HIAC Match, Most Painful Bump Of His Career

Jeff Hardy was recently interviewed by the Kingston Whig-Standard. Here some of the highlights.

What he still wants to accomplish in WWE before he retires:

“I definitely want to be in a Hell in the Cell match. That’s one match I’ve never been a part of. And definitely I want to be in a ‘Deletion’-style match, like Matt and Bray did the Ultimate Deletion on our property. Hopefully we’ll get to do another one, one of these days. I can bring Brother Nero back to life.”

“I would definitely, before I’m done, like to be the world champion. I think I’ve got what it takes. I’ve just got to stay healthy and avoid injury, that’s No. 1. And if I can do that, I think I’m good to go for a couple more title runs. Again, it’s like I said … belief and hope and faith.”

Most painful bump of his career:

“By far, it was me and RVD, I forget what year it was, but I had this idea I wanted to go through a table vertically, like long ways and I think it was a 14-foot ladder.

I did a swan dive off [the ladder] and he moved and I crashed and burned and the table exploded, and I knew, ‘OK, this is the one. I’m not gonna get up from this.’ I thought I had broken my lower spine. It hurt so bad and it knocked the wind out of me.”