Hardy’s personal life and entire return to TNA is covered in the brand new TNA 2-disc DVD release TNA: Enigma: The Best of Jeff Hardy Volume 2. Hardy takes you to his home, his mother’s grave, showing you his artistic side, and the impact of having a daughter now.
Hardy made his return to TNA in dramatic fashion, on the first live Monday night Impact! show that competed with WWE’s Monday Night Raw. Hardy was one of the main stars on RAW for years and to see him on the rival company show sent shockwaves throughout the wrestling industry.
Jeff Jarrett, Mr. Anderson, Beer Money, and many comments from Jeff’s brother Matt and Shannon Moore all add in their strong beliefs that Hardy is a “game changer.” Hardy’s return to TNA not only gives TNA more credibility as a number two company, but also makes fans want to tune in more as you never know what Hardy might do.
The biography eventually turns into a rundown of the most important matches Hardy has had since he made his comeback. Matches against Beer Money, Moore, Anderson several times all get their own pre-match commentary from Hardy and usually his opponent or opponents. The match and commentary that is the most eye-opening is Hardy’s bout with Kurt Angle from TNA No Surrender 2010.
Angle explains how he is on another level compared to most wrestlers and that Hardy needed to bring his game up in order to compete with Angle. Angle believes Hardy did that and that they could have wrestled for three hours with the way they were going that night. If you have not seen that match this DVD is worth buying just for that match alone.
Like most TNA bio DVDs there is a lot of repeated footage over and over again and it can be a little annoying to see the same Hardy moves over and over again. However, for fans of Hardy hoping that he can turn his career around this DVD tries to be a positive step in that direction. There is no talk about Hardy’s poor performance against Sting at TNA: Victory Road 2011, but the DVD does end with the hope that when Hardy returns to TNA he will be without his demons.
TNA: Enigma: The Best of Jeff Hardy Volume 2
Released on Oct. 18, 2011