Jeff Hardy has worked countless Ladder Matches (including TLC), Steel Cage Matches and other gimmick bouts, but this Sunday will mark Jeff Hardy’s first taste of what it’s like to wrestle in a Hell in a Cell Match. That’s remarkable for someone who’s been in WWE, on and off, since the 1990s.
Hardy said during a conference call this week with media that he has wanted to wrestle in a Hell in a Cell Match for the past eight years.
What asked to name his next goal in WWE, Hardy said, “Well, you know, it’s coming up really soon. I mean, it’s just days away, and I’ve been talking about it for the last eight years. The one thing I’ve never done in the WWE is (participate in) the Hell in a Cell Match, and here we are.
“I’m in the Hell in a Cell with Randy Orton, and so I’ve been asking for it all this time, and now I have to see what I can do inside there. It’s going to be very memorable; I’ll do something that people won’t forget. That’s one to knock off my list as far as things that I want to do.”
When asked if there is a chance that WWE fans see his alter ego, Brother Nero, Hardy said he thinks so. Hardy feels that his current persona is a modified version of Brother Nero. However, he “might take a completely drastic turn” at WWE Hell in a Cell.
“I kind of feel like me wearing the face paint now, and breaking out the white contacts – it’s like a modified version of Brother Nero. And that might take a completely drastic turn this Sunday at Hell in a Cell. I might really go all out as Brother Nero. And who knows? You might even see Willow. He may pop up here. From the Broken Universe, anything is possible!”
As far as what fans can expect at WWE Hell in a Cell, Hardy said to “expect the unexpected.”
“I think my thoughts are too big for my size sometimes. I got a lot of good ideas as far as what I can do inside that structure. And this Sunday, we are going to find out if what I’m thinking is possible or not. It’s going to be a very memorable Jeff Hardy match.”