Jeff Hardy has one insane stunt he wants to do before he retires

Jeff Hardy has revealed a stunt he’s interested in doing before he finally retires from professional wrestling. And it’s as outrageous as fans would expect.

For over two decades, Jeff Hardy has sat at the top of the mountain as one of the greatest high-flyers in the history of the business.

While some believe his best days are behind him, Hardy continues to defy the odds every time he steps inside the squared circle.

In a recent chat with SPORF, the former WWE champion spoke about what stunt he would like to attempt before he hangs up his trademark arm sleeves.

What stunt does Jeff Hardy want to do?

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Jeff Hardy smiled while revealing his dream stunt: “I do think it’s possible, like at a WrestleMania, to pull out an actual 20 ft ladder. If you see those things, 20 ft is terrifying. The base of the ladder is about as wide as the ring – I mean, not really. But I think you could drag one of those things out and do a Swanton, like in the aisle way or something like that. That’s another dream I’m obsessed with, pulling out an actual 20 ft ladder and putting someone through a table – Swanton Bomb style.”

The standard WWE ladders, despite what commentators suggest, tend to be between 8-10 ft.

The greatest stunts of Jeff Hardy

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The great thing about Jeff Hardy is that there’s an endless list of excitement to choose from on his wrestling CV.

Two of them have come with Edge. At WrestleMania 17, Edge speared Hardy as he hung helplessly from the tag titles in a TLC match. Then, six years later, Jeff returned the favour with a monstrous leg drop that took both men out of the Money in the Bank ladder match.

Read: Jeff Hardy reveals his favourite WWE match.

Swanton Bombs to Bubba Ray Dudley and CM Punk at WrestleMania 2000 and SummerSlam 2009 warrant mentions. But the best of the best has to be his 33 ft Swanton Bomb versus Randy Orton in January 2008.

It was scary, it was unique, and it was picture perfect.

When could we see this happen?

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Jeff Hardy turned 44 back in August and has a lot of miles behind him. With that being said, the guy is still producing solid work – even as we look ahead to 2022.

It seems as though it could be an event he name-dropped. It wouldn’t be surprising to see him fly from the skies at WrestleMania 38 in Texas.

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