Jeff Hardy Profile, Bio, Pics And Wallpapers 2011

Jeff Hardy Profile
Name: Jeff Hardy
Birthday: 31st August 1977
Hometown: Cameron, North Carolina
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 235lb
Finishers: Swanton Bomb
Previous Gimmicks: Wolverine, Ingus Jinx, Willow The Whisp, "The Charismatic Enigama"
Trained By: George South Sr., Italian Stallion, Dory Funk Jr.
Past Feuds: Edge, Christian, The Dudley Boyz, Matt Hardy, Rob Van Dam, Brock Lesnar
Born on August 31, 1977, Jeffrey Nero “Jeff” Hardy began wrestling at a young age. Hardy along with his brother Matt began their own federation named Trampoline Wrestling Federation. In 1998, the Hardy brothers were signed to WWF, where they were trained by Dory Funk, Jr. and managed by Michael Hayes. The two later won the WWE Tag Team Championship on six occasions and made sure that they became one of the most successful tag teams in WWE history. In 2000, the tandem included another individual, Lita, and the three became known as Team XTreme. The Hardys worked all over the East Coast as well as continuing to do jobs for WWF. Matt had formed his own wrestling promotion, OMEGA (Organization of Modern Extreme Grappling Arts) with Thomas Simpson. The promotion was successful and included such talent as Matt, Jeff, Shannon Moore, The Hurricane, Lita, Joey Matthews, Caprice Coleman, and many others.
In June 2004, Hardy debuted in Total Nonstop Action Wrestling, where he lost to NWA World Heavyweight Champion Jeff Jarrett for the title. He then spent 2004 teaming up with A.J. Styles and Ron Killings, and later won in a singles match with Scott Hall.
At Armageddon in December 2008, Hardy defeated the defending champion Edge and Triple H in a triple threat match to capture the WWE Championship.
Jeff Hardy is an artist and a daredevil. His world revolves around writing, recording music, and employing tinfoil and paint to craft intimate, personal, and sometimes bizarre works of art.
The youngest brother of folk singer/songwriter Jack Hardy, Jeff Hardy played bass and sang background vocals in his brother’s band for 11 years. He was a part of the close-knit community of folk musicians in New York’s Greenwich Village in the ’70s and ’80s, a member of the Musician’s Co-Op that ran the Speakeasy nightclub and published The Fast Folk Musical Magazine. He performed with dozens of musicians in New York clubs and toured with his brother around the U.S. and in Europe.

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