Zitat des Tages von Jeff Hardy:
The Undertaker's beaten me down pretty bad quite a few times.
Whether I ever become WWE champion in my career, I'm proud of what I've done.
I just want to go out there and have the best matches I possibly can.
Luckily, I'm only aware of about two or three concussions that I have had, but there's really no way of telling how many overall.
Sting was one of my first and biggest influences. One night in North Carolina, when I reached out and touched his shoulder, he had the face paint on, and I didn't know why, but I loved it. I wanted to be just like him, and I was only 11 years old.
I don't want to go back to WWE and burn out within four or five months, and having another run as TNA world champion would feel just as good.
When you commit to a WWE contract, you're committing to some serious time away from home.
My brother Matt and I, we have a great relationship.
When I was a kid, I wrestled my high school amateur wrestling in junior year.
I'm not a big practice guy at all.
I'm good at professional wrestling, and I always will be good, but what's always been different about me is that I can't completely focus on professional wrestling.
I can't wrestle a match without getting my ankles taped because they feel like they'll shatter on me.
I would love to end my career as World Champion.
I compliment people when I see something I really like and tell them, 'That was good. Keep doing what you're doing.' That's as much as advice as you will get out of me.
I never view myself as a leader.
I take a lot of risks in the ring.
I would love to get into acting. I really enjoy acting - portraying other personalities and approaching different levels and whatnot - that would be awesome.
The Great Khali always serves up a good beatdown if you can't get out from under that heavy hand.
I really hate my hair when it's not braided because it's so big when it dries. When it's wet, it looks cool, but when it dries, it gets all in my mouth during a match, and I hate it.
Being myself is what got me to where I am.
I find inspiration for my works of art in my studio and in the squared circle from all sorts of places.
I've rung my bells so many times, especially back in the day when chair shots to the head were legal. My goodness, I took so many of those.
That's really important to me - creating moments that last forever.
I'm still a fan at heart.
It's good to establish moves that fans are always going to recognize and scream for.
Ric Flair, The Freebirds, and The Rockers were great influences in my decision to become a wrestler.
My first match was against Razor Ramon. I lost. Come to think about it, I lost a lot back in those days.