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September 19th, 2017
Published by Kris

In the famous words of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, “the only thing we have to fear is fear itself.” Well, in the case of several WWE Superstars, perhaps there is a bit more to fear than that. Whether it’s anxiety brought on by heights, mice, crowds or something a bit more complex, even the toughest competitor can succumb to hair-raising terror. As Raw’s exclusive pay-per-view, WWE No Mercy, lurks on the horizon, find out what deep, dark phobias make WWE grapplers scream for mercy!

Jeff Hardy – For this extreme high-flyer, fear slithers on the ground
“I have a fear of snakes. They are all around by my house. When I’m weeding the pond, I see water moccasins all the time. It freaks me out a bit, but I’m starting to overcome it with the help of my 6-year-old daughter. She loves them!”

Nikki Bella – Fearless turns fearful against eight-legged adversaries or on trips to the circus
“For me, it’s spiders and clowns, especially with the movie ‘It’ out right now. Oh, also ‘FOMO.’ That’s probably my biggest phobia. I have major fear of missing out. And that’s why I never sleep. I always want to be at every party, every event, hanging out with everyone.”

Rhyno – Ready to Gore the door if there’s a mouse in the house
“Mice … also rats, but definitely mice. If I see a mouse in my place, I would probably scream like a girl and jump up on the chair. I’d definitely be moving, jumping, on a chair, on Heath Slater. They just freak me out.”

Sasha Banks – The Boss goes on high alert when scary films go bump in the night
“Actually, my No. 1 fear is a fear of failing. It scares me big time. It gives me anxiety and makes me stay up at night. But I also have a fear of watching scaring movies at night. If it’s pitch black out and I’m watching a scary movie, I will look out the window and think the bad guy is out there. I also hate the feeling, specifically the texture, of velvet. It gives me severe chills.”

Karl Anderson – Strong, skilled and taking the stairs
Karl Anderson: “I despise elevators. I think it started when I was in Japan, for one reason or another. Whenever the elevator takes off too slow or the door doesn’t open quick enough, I start to freak out a little bit. Luke Gallows knows all about it and likes to use it to his advantage.”

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August 12th, 2017
Published by Kris

Hello Everyone:

I have made massive updates to the “Interviews & Articles” sections of Matt and Jeff’s individual pages on the site. I’ve added articles from WWE Magazine and RAW Magazine as well as WWE.com interviews. In Matt’s section, I have added a complete archive of his old commentaries from Matt and Jeff’s former official site: MattAndJeffHardy.com . If there are other articles/interviews you would like on the site, please let me know.

Newly Added Links:
Matt’s Old Commentaries
RAW Magazine – May 1999
RAW Magazine – January 2000
RAW Magazine – May 2000
RAW Magazine – June 2000
RAW Magazine – September 2000
WWE Magazine – October 2000
RAW Magazine – January 2003
WWE Magazine – January 2003
WWE.com Interview with Jeff Hardy – February 2002
WWE.com Interview with Matt Hardy – October 2002

August 6th, 2017
Published by Kris

Fun fact: Jeff Hardy rocks.

No, really. He literally rocks. In addition to forging a comeback run in WWE alongside brother Matt, The Charismatic Enigma is the frontman of an alternative rock band called Peroxwhy?gen, who just released their latest record, “Precession of the Equinoxes,” through his personal website. In an exclusive interview with WWE.com, Jeff discussed how he formed the band, the meaning of the name (and how to pronounce it: Per-Ox-Why-Gen), and that time he almost played the Vans Warped Tour.

WWE.COM: Could you talk to us about how the band got started and how you came up with the name?

JEFF HARDY: Actually, back in ’99, 2000, 2001 is when I met my guitar player, Junior Merrill, in Cincinnati. He just gave me some acoustic tracks, and I was writing poetry at the time — a few raps, but not like rock ‘n’ roll, like alternative music — and I fell in love with his style. I started to write to what he threw down on a six-string guitar and we clicked, man. We started getting together and rehearsing a bit; between now and then, we’ve [produced] a lot of songs. It’s been so much fun: the process of recording, writing and performing. I can’t wait to do more.

WWE.COM: You just put out a new record, too, correct?

JEFF HARDY: On [July 17], we released our third band album, but overall, I’ve released 48, 49 songs now that I can go out and perform. It’s something that I’ve done for a long time, but now I’m just starting to get out in front of people and do it. I’m very excited for what the future holds.

WWE.COM: Did you audition any members to join the band or did you know who you wanted from the outset?

JEFF: No, it’s just been me, my guitar player, Junior Merrill, and Dale Oliver, my producer in Music City, Nashville, Tenn. He’s great. I’ve learned so much from him. He’s like my “musical father,” so to speak.

Oh, yeah, and the name! “Peroxwhy?gen.” It’s very confusing, and people wonder what it means. I was on the toilet one day and I looked at a peroxide bottle, and I thought, “Peroxide, it cleans wounds and heals you. And oxygen, we need that.” I just took that letter “y” and made it a word “why.”

I remember I met [Smashing Pumpkins singer] Billy Corgan and said, “Hey, man, I think I got a pretty cool name. Really kind of abstract and it don’t make much sense.” He said that’s good, though, to put something out there that’s very artistic. So, that’s where it came from, and it just kinda stuck.

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May 26th, 2017
Published by Kris

When Dean Ambrose met Jeff Hardy for the first time, it was basically backstage at Monday Night RAW in Kansas City, and it’s documented right here on TIJ! Find out how and why this historic meet-up came together, and listen in as Y2J, Hardy, and Ambrose share some behind-the-scenes stories from their respective careers including the Broken Universe, The Final Deletion, Dean & Y2J’s potted plant angle, the destruction of the light-up jacket, and a seesaw spot that went completely wrong. They also get into UFOs, big foot, crop circles, and the paranormal! Plus, be among the first to hear the first single from Jeff Hardy’s band, PeroxWhy?Gen!

Click Here to listen to the podcast.

May 18th, 2017
Published by Kris

The rumours had been swirling, and there was a suspicion that The Hardys would show up given that they had left TNA, were in town and performed the night before at Ring Of Honor’s Supercard of Honor show, and the fact the stipulation to make the tag team title match a ladder match came out of of nowhere.

But that didn’t make the moment any less memorable at all, as The Hardys return happened extremely quickly over Wrestlemania and was kept under wraps until the very last minute, as explained by Matt Hardy himself.

Speaking to SPORTbible in The Hardy Boyz’s first and only sit-down interview since returning, he said:

“That’s one of the beautiful things about World Wrestling Entertainment, sports entertainment and pro wrestling – it can be exciting. We try to do a good job of concealing it, keeping it a secret and there were a lot of rumours swirling obviously but we were able to maintain the secrecy a little bit. We literally walked into the building, walked up five floors of stairs and straight out in front of that sea of humanity so to walk out there was absolutely exhilarating in many, many ways and it was a moment that blew us away. The reaction we got was just so humbling, so flattering and it was incredible. It was truly one of the top moments of my career, no doubt.”

Click Here to read the full interview.

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