Jeff Hardy wants to ‘elevate’ back to AEW Dynamite, wrestle CM Punk

Though he isn’t currently prominently featured on AEW Dynamite, Jeff Hardy said in a recent interview that he’d love to work his way back to Wednesday nights.

In his brief talk with Muscle Man Malcolm, Hardy admitted that he’s been working to move from Rampage to AEW’s flagship program sooner than later.

“I think it’s a constant battle to elevate myself back to the Dynamite show,” Hardy said. “(Rampage) is kind of the B show, but we still want to go out there and give the people what they want – give them their money’s worth. Naturally, the ultimate goal for myself and Matt is the AEW World Tag Team Championships because we were so close before I got myself into the hell of a mess I got myself into. But now that I’m coming out of that, it’s within reach. We’re using the Rampage moments to hopefully, eventually create some huge Dynamite moments.”

Hardy went on to mention another thing goal he has in mind: one more match with CM Punk, someone with whom he’s had significant history in WWE. The two last wrestled each other in August of 2009 when Punk defeated Hardy in a Loser Leaves WWE steel cage match.

Referring to potentially stepping back in the ring with Punk someday, Hardy reflected on a quick moment the two shared on AEW television before realizing the time wasn’t right for the two to lock up.

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“What I’ve seen more than anything is there’s just a huge moment between me and CM Punk,” Hardy noted. “The history alone. (If we would have touched then), we’d be throwing away a huge moment for the future. Ultimately, I can see us having another match. I think it’d be bizarre in the best of ways.”

Hardy also spoke about hoping for one more World title run while speculating on when he might begin to wind things down in the wrestling business.

“I’m a big believer in something could happen before I get home tonight that could end my career,” he said. “It’s just the little things that kill sometimes. I can’t put a number on it, but I feel like I’ll be rocking until I’m 50. I’m 45 now, so sometime between now and 50, I’m going to create many more moments.”

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