Jeff Hardy Says His Feud With Sheamus Was ‘Like Therapy’ For Him, More


During a recent appearance on the “Wrestling Inside the Ropes” podcast, WWE Superstar Jeff Hardy commented on his past feud with Sheamus and how it was “like therapy” for him. You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:

On his real life issues being used in his feud with Sheamus: “It was just an idea. It all starts as an inkling, a concept, and then naturally, they ask if you’re comfortable with that. For me, all that stuff is like therapy. It’s like being honest with the world. The people that have pretty much provided me with an incredible living, you know, over the years, my fans, the WWE Universe. I’m open minded to anything, and if I feel comfortable with it, I roll with it. I’ve never felt uncomfortable with anything they’ve ever pitched to me.”

On his run as Brother Nero in TNA: “Oh, I did. I loved it. It was so fun being around Matt. He went into that character 110% every time. It was just so entertaining to be involved in that and the Final Deletion that we did. It was just six guys running around throughout the night, running a 300 foot drop cord, trying to light up the next scene. It was so such a benefiting pay off to watch the finalized product back and for it to be so successful. The cinematic matches are kind of a big deal in my opinion now, and I look forward to doing more of those. I loved every moment of it.”

(h/t – Wrestling Inc)

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