Broken Matt and Jeff Hardy in Talks With WWE About Return to the Company

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Pro Wrestling Sheet has learned Broken Matt and Jeff Hardy have begun preliminary talks with WWE about a return to the company … this according to multiple sources.

Sources with direct knowledge tell us talks started this week after the brothers’ Impact Wrestling contracts expired, and right now things are looking good.

No deal has been offered quite yet, and something could always change — but as of right now it looks as though they’re heading towards Matt and Jeff returning home to WWE.

As we previously reported, Broken Matt and Jeff felt dissed during contract negotiations with Impact and their lawyer was told to call WWE if they didn’t like the offer being given.

It’s unclear what creative plans for the brothers are if they get signed.

8 Comments on "Broken Matt and Jeff Hardy in Talks With WWE About Return to the Company"

  1. Royale with Crowne | March 3, 2017 at 1:44 pm | Reply

    Even if this modifies or ends the #Broken saga, the Hardys have always done great business in WWE and I’d love to see one final run for both guys. Plus tag team wrestling is so strong right now.

    • Tag team wrestling is strong, but when you separate it between the two rosters, you just keep getting the same matches with only like six teams on each one. It has gotten stale, not to mention American Alpha have not had the exciting run that they should. The divisions need to be mixed up, that is for sure. Speaking of not being very good champions, it’s no secret Gallows and Anderson’s run has been botched. So was Sheamus’ and Cesaro. So was Bray and Orton. So was Rhyno and Slater (after they won). The WWE doesn’t seem to know what to do with its tag team champs. Either put them all on one show or you need guys like the Hardy’s to refresh things.

      • Annalise Newham | March 4, 2017 at 3:31 pm | Reply

        Even with a combined roster, they still only utilised the same small amount of wreslters/teams on both shows. I enjoyed the split to start with as we got to see more of the roster put to work, but you are right – it has gotten stale again.

      • The Hardys can only do so much, at the end of the day it’s Creative that makes the decisions and there’s no telling that Jeff & Matt won’t be wasted like The Club, American Alpha and pretty much everyone who got into the main roster’s tag team division in recent memory.

        I’d rather see them not join WWE altogether.

  2. Anyone know if Bruce Pritchard was in any way involved with the decision to stand up to the Hardys’ demands?

  3. They felt dissed lol, your source is obviously Reby.

  4. I’ve heard that Matt is very fond of his Broken Universe and that not having control over it was one of the major reason the new contract with Impact was so offensive for them.

    If that’s the case, I really can’t see them end up in WWE, unless their priorities have changed. Vince and Paul will never; ever leave that kind of creative control in the hands of someone who isn’t Cena, The Rock or Lesnar. Their act would be torn apart and put together again piece by piece by Creative aand in one year from here we will be talking about how bad booking destroyed the Broken Hardys.

    I hope they understand it and end up not signing. There’s still a lot of money to be made in the Indies for them, and creative control won’t be an issue in feds like Ring Of Honor.

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