Matt Hardy shot down speculation this week that he is retired and revealed that he is looking ahead to his eventual return to WWE programming.
According to Riju Dasgupta of Sportskeeda, Hardy addressed a question about whether he is preparing to retire:
"No, it's not. I took time off to heal some nagging injuries and I'll be back sooner rather than later. So, I've been doing this 26 years. I was just a little beat up. I was given a little time off. From when I've been back, for over a year and half, I was full time. I did everything.
Jeff [Hardy] was off with the surgery, so just had a little bit of time off. I think Bray [Wyatt] needed a little time off. He'd had a car accident. So, I think it was just a little bit of time off for everyone. So, I think you'll see an evolution of Bray Wyatt and an evolution of Matt Hardy."
Hardy last wrestled in August when he and Wyatt lost a Raw Tag Team Championship match to The B-Team.
Wyatt has also been off television, but he recently returned at the Starrcade house show by answering an open challenge laid down by Corbin.
With Raw's tag team scene in desperate need of a shake-up, the return of Hardy and Wyatt could be the perfect way to breathe new life into the division.