Jeff Hardy reveals he has signed new contract with WWE aged 43… 26 years after debut with promotion

WWE legend Jeff Hardy has seemingly revealed that he's signed a new contract with Vince McMahon.

The 43-year-old has built up a Hall of Fame calibre career in the 26 years since his debut with the promotion in 1994 against Razor Ramon.

Jeff, who shot to stardom in the Attitude Era alongside brother Matt as the Hardy Boyz, could have followed his sibling out the door earlier this year.

The pair signed three-year contracts upon their returns to WWE in 2017 and Matt, 45, left upon its expiry in March to join rivals AEW.

Yet McMahon's company added time to Jeff's deal following a number of issues away from the ring, including injuries and his battle with addiction.

And it seems Brother Nero is more than happy to stick around providing he's allowed to bring back his iconic 'No More Words' theme.

The Intercontinental Champion made his entrance to the fan-favourite song during his famous WWE Championship runs in 2008 and 2009.

I’m like, ‘If we get in front of people again, I’d like to use No More Words again because I know y’all own it.’ That was the deal for me re-signing

Hardy told BT Sport: “No More Words, when we do get in front of a crowd again, that was a part of me re-signing.

“I’m like, ‘If we get in front of people again, I’d like to use No More Words again because I know y’all own it.’

“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.”

While there's no word on how long Hardy has resigned for, WWE TV will continue to be screened without fans in the arena until November.

That means that the American high-flyer will continue to make his entrance with the Hardy Boyz music until then at the earliest.

Hardy is expected to defend his IC title in a triple-threat match against AJ Styles and Sami Zayn at Clash of Champions.

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