Jeff Hardy Reveals WWE Contract Length and Discusses “No More Words” Theme Song

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Jeff Hardy recently spoke with BT Sport on his two-year contract with WWE, which he signed last year.

In September 2020, it was announced that Hardy had signed a new WWE contract that was “closer to 2 to 3 years in length” rather than 5 years. In a new BT Sport interview, Hardy verified the contract specifics and mentioned that the “No More Words” theme tune is included in the deal.

“When I re-signed, that was the agreement.” ‘I’ll sign for two years as long as I have my previous theme, No More Words, back,’ I said. We discovered that they owned the music, therefore there was no reason for me not to be able to perform it. I got it back on my first night in front of a live audience, and it’s as if it never gone. It had such an impact. “I believe [WWE] realised, ‘Yeah, it was a decent decision,'” says the author. Hardy remarked.

Hardy was asked what would have occurred if his “No More Words” theme music was not recognised by the WWE audience.

“I would say, ‘I was wrong,'” Hardy responded to the boos. Everything went well, and I’m pleased with how things turned out.”

On the July 19 edition of RAW, WWE brought back the theme song.

Hardy is presently signed to the WWE SmackDown brand and will compete in Sunday’s Survivor Series pay-per-view as a member of Team SmackDown.

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