Former three times WWE World Champion Jeff Hardy who is also a former five times WWE Intercontinental Champion recently talked about his desire to bring back his Willow Character. The Willow was a famous gimmick played by the former three TNA World Heavyweight Champion.
Jeff Hardy is one of the biggest names in the history of professional wrestling who is famous in both Tag Team action and singles action as well. He first started to gain recognition and popularity among the fans because of his Tag Team action along with his brother Matt Hardy. Together they were known as the Hardy Boyz.
Jeff Hardy To Bring Back The Willow Character?
WWE first attempted to using as a singles wrestler after they split the Tag Team of Matt Hardy and Jeff after the first brand split. Gef remained on RAW as Matt went to SmackDown. Matt became quite famous but Jeff’s first singles run in WWE did not work pretty well.
If then decided to go to TNA and other promotions where he gained a lot of fame. He returned to WWE in 2006 and this time he had been treated as a main event star. She won a total of 3 WWE World championships and other Championships as well.
In 2010 he left WWE again and result all around the world. He returned to WWE in 2017 again. Currently he is being treated as a jobber in WWE which fans are not liking at all.
Champion Jeff Hardy who is also a former five times WWE Intercontinental Champion recently spoke to Wrestling Out of the Character with Ryan Satin where he talked about his desire to bring back his Willow Character. He said;
“I would be lying if I said that I don’t think about Willow all the time, especially when I saw The Fiend in real life and how cool that was. That naturally got my wheels spinning.
“I’ve always talked about bringing Willow into WWE with a black wedding dress and all these images I have in my head. He looks awesome, he can do all this cool stuff in the ring, but where does it go? What’s the longevity behind it all? That’s what I’m still trying to work out in my imagination.”
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