Matt Hardy Comments On Jeff Hardy's Quest For Redemption, Newfound Discipline

The struggles of Jeff Hardy have been well-documented over the years. Most recently, he was released from his WWE contract at the end of 2021 due to erratic behavior, and joined his brother in AEW the following March. But shortly after he arrived, the multi-time world champion faced charges that included driving under the influence for the third time in ten years. However, after a period of recovery and reevaluation, Matt Hardy says that the "Charismatic Enigma" is back and better than ever. 

On the latest "The Extreme Life of Matt Hardy," the elder Hardy shared that his brother is currently on a journey of redemption where he's "disciplined on all levels." And in order to stay on track, the former WWE and Impact Champion has really hunkered down and committed to a routine. That's even to the point where Jeff left the Hardy Compound immediately after The Firm Deletion to resume that routine, which involves waking up at 5:00 or 5:30 every single morning to work out.

"I think he does want to redeem himself to a degree," said Matt about his brother. "Also, I just think there's a point where he knows who he is better than anyone else, better than any other time in his existence. And he knows what he has to do to do the right thing. You'll probably see a major change in Jeff when it comes to that capacity. You won't catch him slipping. You won't catch him f***ing around. He's very business. When he goes out, he's going to be great. Fun-loving and whatnot, but he's just very serious. It's like, when work is done, 'Okay, I just go to my room... and I do what I need to do to stay on this path I'm on.'"