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A magical moment
After four long years of great anticipation, the dream WWE fans were about to give up on finally happened: the Hardys reunited.
"Anytime I'm in the ring with Jeff, it feels magical," said Matt of the reunion on ECW on Sci Fi.
Heading into a huge Traditional Survivor Series Match with his brother, DX and CM Punk, Matt is planning to use the atmosphere the Hardys generate to help bring his team to victory.
"I have good nervous energy, if any nervous energy. We're out there with Triple H and Shawn Michaels -- two of the biggest Superstars in the history of the business -- and up and comer CM Punk; we just want to do our part to help our team to survive," said Matt.
Just returning from an three-year hiatus, Intercontinental Champion Jeff Hardy was barely able to contain himself when he spoke about his Survivor Series match.
"I'm amped; I know our team is ready. This is one of the biggest pay-per-views of the year and teaming with Matt and DX has me prepared," he said excitedly.
With their father intently watching at home, the Hardys have even more motivation to succeed at Survivor Series.
"Watching us compete together means the world to our father," Jeff explained.
Matt added, "Our dad said seeing us reunite [on ECW on Sci Fi] was one of the best matches he'd ever seen. I know he's happy for us to be together again at Survivor Series, and we're both happy that he's happy."
Tonight they'll continue to make their father proud. But, more importantly they will excite a frenzied Philadelphia crowd and millions watching live on pay-per-view.