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Here is just part of what Jeff had to say when he spoke of his return to TNA after taking time off to battle personal demons.
By Adam Testa
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"When I did return, wow, talk about being nervous," Hardy said. "I pretty much admitted I hit rock bottom, and I said that in front of the world. I think that was good for me. After that was over, I said to myself, OK, now I can start; I have my second chance, and I can roll with this.'"
Now, Hardy's a part of the Bound for Glory Series, a competition featuring 12 of TNA's top performers vying for the opportunity to headline the company's biggest annual pay-per-view and wrestle for the TNA World Heavyweight Championship in October.
"I just want to go out there and have the best matches I possibly can," Hardy said. "Twelve is my favorite number, and 2012 has been a good year, so far, so I hope to continue the roll and go out with a bang."
This is just a small sample of what Hardy had to say. You can read more about this road to recovery and who inspired him to get help. Click here for the full article.