For the first time in over two years, 'The Hardy reunited when Jeff Hardy made his debut for AEW on the March 9, 2022, episode of AEW Dynamite.
Following their reunion in AEW, Matt and Jeff, billed as "The Hardys", wrestled in their first ever AEW match, defeating Private Party.
However, the stable broke up when Tony Khan would suspend Jeff Hardy indefinitely from AEW the day following his arrest for at least criminallly charged a DUI, driving with a suspended license and violating a restriction that required him to keep an Ignition Interlock Device — a handheld breathalyzer that prevents users from starting their vehicle after drinking alcohol — in his car.
Speaking to Inside The Ropes, Matt was asked about teaming with Jeff whenever he returns.
"Yes, I would like to go out as the Hardy Boys. That's how we came in and I think we'd like to go out on that note and we'd like to do everything we can in AEW together. It was really interesting for me, once again, very frustrating. Starting in COVID was very frustrating, once Jeff and I started to get our feet under us as the Hardy Boys, things happened, which was very frustrating. I was kind of lost at that time.
I end up pitching a thing to reunite and reconcile with Private Pary and that's what we've been doing. We've been doing a lot of content that hasn't necessarily lived on the TV programming all the time. It has here and there, but there's stuff with me getting them away from Andrade, now that Ethan Page has their contract.
I'm trying to make things right with them and we're reunited. The Elevation and Dark content has been really fun," he said. "I definitely want to have a great run in AEW with Jeff and that is my goal, whenever that happens, it happens. Until then, I am happy that I'm keeping my time busy and involved in a story on programming."
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