Jeff Hardy Wants WWE Cinematic Prison Match With The Usos
Hardy enjoys the creative process of the cinematic matches
Jeff Hardy has disclosed that he wants to have a cinematic match against Jimmy and Jey Uso in an abandoned prison.
With WWE returning to live shows and fans in attendance, the need for cinematic-esque matches has severely depleted. The likes of the Firefly Fun House Match and the Swamp Fight served a purpose as COVID-19 restricted what WWE were able to produce in live arenas.
Hardy himself competed in a cinematic bout, conducting a bar fight with Sheamus on SmackDown, and the Charismatic Enigma next wants to wrestle The Usos in a prison.
Talking on a recent episode of Wrestling Inside the Ropes, Hardy said: "Actually, the bar fight between me and Sheamus, I was super proud of it because all that kind of negative feedback had a very positive outcome with the ending in a bar fight, kind of like me against my my enemies.
"I think, cinematically, one of my biggest dream matches was with The Usos because they got their penitentiary thing. Like, to go to an old, rundown prison that you can go tour for paranormal activity or whatever, but go and have a match with The Usos in a haunted old prison.
"I got that match in my hand, and I think I wrote a bunch of ideas down years ago. That’s still one of the things I would really love to do. I think that can be extremely cool."