Jeff Hardy and Elias fought in an epic Symphony of Destruction match last night on Monday night Raw. The match had several significant moments, and it seemed like anyone could walk out with the victory.
It was the ‘Charismatic Enigma’ Jeff Hardy who walked out of the hard fought battle as the victor. The match generated a lot of buzz among fans, with a finish that brought everybody’s hearts to their mouths.
Jeff Hardy provides post-match update
In a WWE Network exclusive interview, Jeff Hardy gave an update on his health.
He said, “Wow, my first ever Symphony of Destruction. First time ever, but I hope that’s the last one I ever have. That Swanton was no joke at the end, you know. I went straight up in the air, crashed straight down. I’m okay, though it looked a lot worse than it actually felt.”
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Hardy also hoped his rivalry with Elias was finally over. He suggested he and Elias could bond over music if the latter has understood his mistake.
“I hope he’s feeling a little regret and a little guilt by accusing me of hitting him with that car for all these months. Hopefully, now he realizes that I’m a good guy. I didn’t hit him with that car, and maybe we’ll bond through music somehow.” said Jeff.
The scary ending
Jeff Hardy, the extreme superstar that he is, climbed up on the LED ring post and hit Elias with the Swanton Bomb. Hardy landed roughly on Elias and hit his head hard on the steel steps, scaring fans, as it looked like a very devastating injury.
Thankfully, Jeff walked out of the match with no injuries. Elias? Well, there is no word on his condition yet. The man got electrocuted before being hit by a Swanton Bomb!
The Jeff Hardy-Elias feud started off after the latter made Hardy responsible for his accident earlier this year before SmackDown. The two traded several guitar blows in the weeks leading to the Symphony of Destruction match. Safe to say, except for the scary ending, the entire match was very entertaining, and it is safe to say, both men delivered!