ByKel Dansby, writer at Creators.co
Kel Dansby

Over the past year, the Hardyz have recreated their characters in TNA, left the promotion for free agency, taken over the ROH tag team division, and now all signs point toward their "Broken Universe" heading back to the WWE.

"New contract offers have officially been extended to Matt Hardy and Jeff Hardy by WWE — and all signs point to an inevitable return." according to Pro Wrestling Sheet.

The Hardyz originally made their names as a part of the WWE's tag team renaissance in the late-90s and early-2000s. Their TLC matches stand as some of the best tag team wrestling displays in history and they both went on to have meaningful singles careers.

None of that compares to the popularity of their new characters and what those characters could do with the budget and support of the WWE.

It remains to be seen whether the WWE can acquire the rights to the Broken characters or if TNA still holds the rights, but no matter what, the Hardyz have never been at the level they are now and not even the creative at WWE can ruin the momentum they have built.

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