Jeff Hardy

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Jeff Hardy

Born

8/31/1977, Cameron NC

Birth Name

Jeffery Nero Hardy

Gender

Male

Also Known As

Willow The Whisp, Ingus Jynx, Jeff Nero Hardy, Jeffrey Nero Hardy, Jeff Hardy
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User Rating
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Biography

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Jeff Hardy is an American professional wrestler performing in the (WWE) World Wrestling Entertainment.

Credits

Trivia and Quotes

  • Trivia

    • During Judgment Day 2008, Jeff Hardy defeated MVP.

    • After Jeff Hardy was suspended from the WWE for 60 days, his house burned down to the ground. He lost all of his belongings and his pet dog.

    • He graduated from Union Pines High School, Cameron, NC.

    • Jeff has his Both ears and belly button pierced and his lip. and tattoo of a dragon on his left calf, tattoo of a tiger on his right forearm, and two Chinese symbols also tattooed on his right forearm; one meaning peace.

    • He is friends with Gregory Helms.

    • Jeff is 225 Ibs.

    • He says his best friend is his brother Matt Hardy.

    • He said in a Interview he still thinks of Lita as a sister.

    • On Apirl 2nd 2007 he won the World Tag Team Championship with his brother Matt Hardy.

    • Jeff's fiancé is Beth Britt and they've been together for over 10 years.

    • He was on the TNA roster from 2004-2006 he resigned with the WWE in 2006.

    • On the January 1st edition of Raw in 2007 Jeff Hardy defeated Rob Conway in under a minute, causing Conway to get fired by Vince McMahon.

    • On December 11, 2006 Jeff Hardy lost to Umaga on Raw.

    • On the November 13, 2006 edition of RAW, Jeff beat Johnny Nitro to become the Intercontinental Champion.

    • On the November 6, 2006 edition of RAW, Jeff lost the Intercontinental title to Johnny Nitro.

    • On November 5, 2006 at Cyber Sunday, Jeff beat Carlito.

    • His signature move is the Swanton Bomb.

    • On the October 16, 2006 edition of RAW, He beat Super Crazy, Shelton Benjamin and Chris Masters in a Fatal Four Way.

    • In 1998, Jeff and his brother Matt were both signed to their first WWF contracts.

    • Matt and Jeff Hardy had a dream of becoming the best wrestlers since a young age. They watched wrestling often and by the time Jeff was 16, he had been on WWF TV as a jobber.

    • On October 2, 2006, He beat Johnny Nitro to become the Intercontinental Champion on RAW.

    • On September 25, 2006, He beat Shelton Benjamin on RAW.

    • On September 4, 2006, He beat Johnny Nitro by DQ on RAW.

    • August 21, 2006- He beat Edge by DQ on his RAW debut.

    • Jeff Hardy's charity of choice is "Windows Of Hope".

    • Jeff was released by the WWE in April 22, 2003 due to his personal issues.

    • Jeff Hardy's last WWE match before being released in 2003 was against The Rock, Jeff Hardy lost via pinfall.

    • He was removed from the TNA roster page after contract expired.

    • Has re-signed with the WWE in August 2006 after being released 3 years ago in April 2003.

    • His past managers have been Gangrel, Michael Hayes, Lita, and Terri Runnels.

    • His last WWE PPV appearance was No Way Out 2003 where he lost to Chris Jericho in one fall match.

    • Universal Wrestling Association
      1-time UWA World Middleweight Champion

    • National Championship Wrestling
      1-time NCW Heavyweight Champion
      2-time NCW Light Heavyweight Champion

    • New Dimension Wrestling
      1-time NDW Light Heavyweight Champion

    • NFWA
      1-time NFWA Heavyweight Champion

    • North East Wrestling
      1-time NEW Junior Heavyweight Champion

    • NWA 2000
      1-time NWA 2000 Tag Team Champion (with Matt Hardy)

    • Organization of Modern Extreme Grappling Arts:
      1-time OMEGA Heavyweight Champion
      1-time OMEGA New Frontier Champion
      1-time OMEGA Tag Team Champion (with Matt Hardy)

    • Pro Wrestling Illustrated:
      - PWI ranked him # 58 of the 500 best singles wrestlers of the PWI Years in 2005
      - PWI ranked him # 418 of the 500 best singles wrestlers of the PWI Years in 2003
      - PWI Tag Team of the Year Award, with Matt Hardy (2000)
      - PWI Match of the Year Award, with Matt Hardy, versus the Dudley Boyz and Edge and Christian (2000)
      - PWI Match of the Year Award, with Matt Hardy, versus the Dudley Boyz and Edge and Christian (2001)

    • Jeff's mother died when he was 9 years old, Matt was 12.

    • Jeff is the youngest WWF Intercontinental champion at 23.

    • He faced the The Dudley Boyz in the first ever WWF Tag Team Table Match at Royal Rumble 2000.

    • Along with Matt Hardy, he ranked number 9 in a poll of the 10 most humble people in wrestling.

    • He debuted in Total Nonstop Action Wrestling on June 23, 2004 at the TNA Second Anniversary Show. In his debut match, Hardy challenged A.J. Styles for the TNA X Division Championship; the match ended in a no-contest when Kid Kash and Dallas interfered.

    • He debuted in Total Nonstop Action Wrestling on June 23, 2004 at the TNA Second Anniversary Show. In his debut match, Hardy challenged A.J. Styles for the TNA X Division Championship; the match ended in a no-contest when Kid Kash and Dallas interfered.

    • He was scheduled to wrestle on the pre-show of TNA Turning Point 2005 at December 11, 2005, but once again no-showed the event, again citing travelling problems. Hardy was suspended as a result and has not appeared with TNA since, although he has not been formally released from the promotion. In March and April 2006, Hardy appeared on several house shows promoted by TNA in conjunction with Dave Hebner and the United Wrestling Federation.

    • He was scheduled to wrestle on the pre-show of TNA Turning Point 2005 at December 11, 2005, but once again no-showed the event, again citing travelling problems. Hardy was suspended as a result and has not appeared with TNA since, although he has not been formally released from the promotion. In March and April 2006, Hardy appeared on several house shows promoted by TNA in conjunction with Dave Hebner and the United Wrestling Federation.

    • DVDs:
      The Hardy Boyz: Leap of Faith (2001)
      Enigma: The Best of Jeff Hardy (2005)

    • Finishing and signature moves:
      Swanton / Swanton Bomb (High-angle senton bomb)
      Twist of Fate (Front facelock into cutter / stunner)
      Reverse Twist of Fate (Inverted facelock into neckbreaker slam)
      450° splash
      Compactor (Russian legsweep into roll-up)
      Spine Line (modified Texas cloverleaf)
      Whisper in the Wind (Rebound corkscrew senton press)
      Double legdrop to groin
      Flying clothesline
      Flying legdrop
      Sitout jawbreaker
      Snap reverse STO

    • Wrestling Observer Newsletter Awards:
      2000 Best Flying Wrestler

    • He has many eclectic interests outside of wrestling. At one stage, Hardy constructed a 20-foot statue of an "aluminummy" out of tinfoil, above his recording studio (a spraypainted trailer). On another occasion, he created an artificial volcano in his front yard, which he then jumped over on his motocross dirtbike. Hardy is also an artist and poet.

    • In 2003, he formed a band, Peroxwhy?gen, with fellow professional wrestler Shannon Moore and members of the band Burnside 6. Peroxwhy?gen split up in 2004 shortly after recording the song "Modest", which Hardy later used as his entrance music in Total Nonstop Action Wrestling.

    • His wrestling debut was in March 1994.

    • He was one half of the Hardy Boyz.

    • Trained by:
      Dory Funk, Jr.
      Michael Hayes

    • His height is 6'0" and his weight is 225 lbs.

    • He participated in WWE Fear Factor.

    • Jeff Hardy sings his own TNA theme song, entitled "Modest."

    • Jeff is the youngest of him and Matt.

    • He is 1 of only 4 people to win five different titles in the WWE.The other 3 were Chris Jericho,Kurt Angle,and Christian.

    • Intercontinental Champion 1
      Light Heavyweight Champion 1
      WCW Tag Team Champion w/brother Matt 5
      WWE Tag Team Champion w/brother Matt 1
      Hardcore Champion 2
      European Champion 1

  • Quotes

SUBMIT REVIEW
  • Jeff hardy is not only a great wrestler but also a phenonomal role model!!!

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    Jeff Hardy Simply put, Jeff Hardy is an artist. His world revolves around writing "emoetry," recording music ("alternative, alternative music," according to his brother Matt), and employing tinfoil and paint to craft intimate, personal, and sometimes bizarre works of art. His house is decorated with toys, artificial plants and life-size Japanese fiberglass sculptures. One of his most cherished creations-a thirty-foot "Aluminummy" statue called Neroameee, from Nero, his middle name-stands tall outside his studio. Still, this artist has always been drawn to another, very different canvas-that of the squared circle. Growing up with Matt in the pinewoods of Cameron, North Carolina, 11-year-old Jeff-influenced by the likes of Ric Flair, the Fabulous Freebirds, and the Rockers-took a ramp he built for his bike and painted it to resemble an entrance stage for his "wrestling ring," the backyard trampoline. As he grew older, so did his desire to take greater risks, whether it was to feel the rush of executing hundred-foot-high triples on his motocross bike, or jumping off the roof of his house as a member of the brothers' "Teenage Wrestling Federation." It was such fearlessness and desire that would bring the 16-year-old daredevil to World Wrestling Entertainment, and after several years catapult him to worldwide fame and main-event status, first as one-half of WWE's high-flying "Team Extreme," The Hardys, then in singles competition. Though many of his paintings are abstract, this free spirit is a Rembrandt inside the ring, signing his name not with the traditional paintbrush or pen, but with wildly unorthodox, high-impact maneuvers off top ropes and 20-foot ladders. His credo is simple: to create, then surpass his creation. Unfortunately, most true artists must sink to their lowest point before attaining their greatest heights. For Jeff, the wear-and-tear of living life on the road would help prompt him to leave WWE in 2003. But after a three-year personal journey of refocusing his passion and energies, he now finds himself "in a positive place…and that's what motivates me." Since returning to WWE in August 2006, this reinspired risk-taker has gone back to creating the art he loves most-entertaining WWE fans in arenas around the world. And his most extreme masterpiece awaits.moreless
  • Jeff Hardy, a phenomenal superstar, and deserves more gold.

    10
    Many people see Jeff Hardy as a great, athletic star who has gone down the wrong path. He's been into drugs, and has been suspended twice for it. But, he still comes back to huge ovations and puts on amazing matches against some of the most equally talented stars. Whether or not people agree with me, I still see a bright future in Hardy's life. He's always going to be the "druggie" to some people, but I look past that and see a man who sacrifices his own body to entertain us. People seem to forget that, and just see what they wish. But I see a superstar that is mislabeled. With many title runs as Intercontinental Champion, to European Champion and having many Tag Title runs with his older brother, who is another talented yet under-utilized star, Matt Hardy, Jeff is one man who deserves a shot at the top.moreless
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