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Matt Hardy reacts to Jeff Hardy's AEW debut

Jeff made his AEW debut by saving Matt from an attack on Wednesday's Dynamite.

In a preview clip from his Extreme Life of Matt Hardy podcast, Matt Hardy reacted to his brother Jeff signing with AEW.

Jeff Hardy made his AEW debut on Wednesday's episode of Dynamite, joining Sting and Darby Allin in saving Matt from a beatdown by the Andrade-Hardy Family Office. Matt was kicked out of the AHFO after taking the pin in their loss to Sting, Allin & Sammy Guevara at Revolution.

Matt said in the preview clip that Jeff joining AEW means that it's time for them to cement their legacy as a tag team.

“It means that it is time for us to cement our legacy as the greatest tag team in all of space and time. And there’s one last major title we need to win, and that is the AEW World Tag Team titles," Matt said.

Matt was also asked what signing with AEW means to Jeff.

“He's hyped. It means a lot. It means a lot to both of us to go out as we came in, and especially on a big platform and also show why we are one of the greatest tag teams ever," Matt said.

“I think you are going to see a very mature, experienced, and a Hardy Boyz team that is very hungry to prove they can still go in 2022.”

When asked about teams that The Hardy Boyz want to face in AEW, Matt named The Young Bucks, The Lucha Brothers, and AEW Tag Team Champions Jungle Boy & Luchasaurus.

Matt also tweeted after Jeff's debut last night: "The emotion is real. We need each other more than people understand. #AEWDynamite"

In addition to being signed to AEW, The Hardy Boyz are set for a reunion tour of indie matches that will begin at a show for Big Time Wrestling this Saturday.