Jeff Hardy compared TNA Wrestling to WWE during a Q&A with Mlive.com.
“We’re way different than WWE. We may never be as big as WWE, but the cool thing about TNA is that we are the alternative. So people who get tired and bored with the WWE – I’ve been there, I understand – there’s an alternative and something else to watch. For special wrestlers, there’s somewhere else to go – as long as you’re not brainwashed by that WWE mentality. There’s other worlds out there; it’s okay to switch around.”
When asked about how he is still able to perform acrobatic wrestling movies, Hardy replied:
I really have no answer for that (laughing). I think I’m just lucky more than anything. I was wrestling with my brother (Matt, both of The Hardy Boys WWE tag team) for years, and he had several injuries along the way. I’ve had injuries, but nothing that’s put me under the knife – yet. I’m 35 now and I’m feeling pretty good now. I’m taking extremely good care of myself. I think my daughter has a lot to do with my new-found success and my belief in myself. Overall, I think I’m just lucky, and I hope I continue to be lucky. But I do get a lot more nervous now. But I’m doing good, I’m doing good, and everything is alright.
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