BT Sport today released another clip from their exclusive Jeff Hardy interview that included an interesting revelation – Jeff Hardy has signed a new WWE contract.
Back in April it was speculated that WWE wanted to make Hardy a strong offer to dissuade him from making the move to AEW and it seems that has now happened.
According to Hardy, he has made it a stipulation that the company allow him to use his ‘No More Words’ theme music he used in 2007-2009 during his peak as a singles star.
🎶 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
In speaking on his motivation for asking for the musical change, Hardy said:
“That was the deal for me re-signing. That’s gonna be the ticket when we get back in front of crowds. That’s going to boost me even more. To hear that music again…I think the Hardy Boyz music is just for Matt and Jeff Hardy, not just Jeff Hardy.”
No word on how long Hardy’s contract is set for but WWE have done their best recently to convince their most marketable stars to commit to long term deals. Hardy most certainly falls into that bracket.