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How is Jeff Hardy so popular on Y/A when hes such a cookie cutter face?

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June 20, 2019 / By Aggye
Question: Some users complain they dont like the 'cookie cutter' faces, basically meaning the fairy tale All American hero that, in the REAL WORLD, doesnt and never existed. I love old school wrestling like the AWA (which is one of my favorite old school promotions) just like the next guy, and I admit, at ONE TIME, that formula of black vs white did work in wrestling, but it doesnt work today unless you're pretty much under the age of 10, if it works at all (which I doubt). Jeff Hardy's mic skills are HORRIBLE, and everyone loves him because he does a couple of suicide dives and fits in with the emo/goth/Hot Topic crowd. I'll take Evan Bourne over Jeff Hardy any day. At least that kid has character and doesnt look like hes about to slit his wrists, not to mention tolerable theme music without emo whining. Yes, I'm hating, but I don't care. Everyone else vents, and so can I. BQ: What was your favorite moment where Jeff was, either in kayfabe or real life (from what you know), embarassed or hurt emotionally? Im gonna go kayfabe here, and say when Brock Lesnar made his in ring WWE debut and manhandled Jeff like a fat kid manhandles a 2 pound whoopie pie. At least Hannah Hardy came up with a decent answer, and the first user shares my opinion, the rest you could do better, especially you, Brock No user has to agree with what I say. This is strictly opinion, BUT, I want to get to the bottom of why some users dislike the general face, when Jeff in some ways has the same elements of the very type of face some users hate Haha. I knew ONE user was going to resort to the typical 'hes better than you' line. Wow.
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Tikvah Tikvah | 4 days ago
Interesting question lol, i like you as a user so yeah i'll keep this simple, and civilised. I'll admit i'm a Jeff fan, nothing to be ashamed about, but Jeff gets his fair share of hate from the IWC. He's popular in wrestling because of casuals, they don't know 'spot monkey's', ect. On the internet, people tend to jump on the bandwaggon (not you), but others when they see hating going on, they do it to look cool. Jeffs mic skills are bad, but they aren't the worst, he was actually better in 2002, but for some reason he's been awful since he returned. Jeff Hardy got over by having gimmick matches, in the same way Edge, Christian, The Dudleys and Matt Hardy did. Everyone needs a starting point to get them over in the first place, the point is that will only take you so far, if you don't have anything to back it up, then you won't stay over or increase your popularity. The notion that Jeff Hardy is only over because he jumped off a few ladders is crazy, a ladder spot or any spot will get you a pop for that night and maybe the next show (see Shelton Benjamin), if you have nothing to back it up, those reactions will die. I don't love him because of flips, and spots, i find him entertaining. And most people who like Jeff 'for flips' and saying he's the best highflyer, have only been watching for around 3 years. Same with people who call him a spot monkey - real spot monkeys are Jack Evans and Teddy Hart. It must be noted that the same people that hate on Jeff, are probably the same people who were marking for the guy 8 or so years ago, but it's become 'cool' with the pubescent teens who think they know everthing to not like Jeff much like Cena, then factor in the IWC usual preference for only liking Heels and hate on most Faces. Of course, everyone is entitled to their own opinion and i'm fine with that, but what annoys me is when people start to bash the fans of the wrestler they hate, you know? Don't people have better things to do than single out a certain wrestler and make an entire question bashing him (ie; haters questions about his drugs) and every other fan that likes him? Honestly, i dont approve of some top wrestlers but i could care less if other people like them. Its their business, i like to let them enjoy the show for whatever reasons they want to. As i said, this isn't you, but in general, and he does get his fair share of hate around here. BQ// When he lost to Triple H for the 865783 time at No Mercy, mainly because i liked the match (see what i did there?). Edit* Some of the answers here are stupid, since when does Jeff having more fans make someone elses opinion invalid? Just because two people took different routes in life, doesn't make them any better. Not to mention some of the answers here prove that Jeff fans are no better than haters at times. And at the dude who bashed Evan Bourne, lmao! Matt Sydal is an amazing highflyer, and his finisher now is nothing compared to his finisher in RoH.
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Some users complain they dont like the 'cookie cutter' faces, basically meaning the fairy tale All American hero that, in the REAL WORLD, doesnt and never existed. I love old school wrestling like the AWA (which is one of my favorite old school promotions) just like the next guy, and I admit, at ONE TIME, that formula of black vs white did work in wrestling, but it doesnt work today unless you're pretty much under the age of 10, if it works at all (which I doubt). Jeff Hardy's mic skills are HORRIBLE, and everyone loves him because he does a couple of suicide dives and fits in with the emo/goth/Hot Topic crowd. I'll take Evan Bourne over Jeff Hardy any day. At least that kid has character and doesnt look like hes about to slit his wrists, not to mention tolerable theme music without emo whining. Yes, I'm hating, but I don't care. Everyone else vents, and so can I. BQ: What was your favorite moment where Jeff was, either in kayfabe or real life (from what you know), embarassed or hurt emotionally? Im gonna go kayfabe here, and say when Brock Lesnar made his in ring WWE debut and manhandled Jeff like a fat kid manhandles a 2 pound whoopie pie. 19 minutes ago - 4 days left to answer.
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Marlowe Marlowe
Wow, I think it's such a relief to let out your dislike on Jeff like that. I mean you aren't dissing on his personal life. You don't have to resort to calling him a "fag" like some immature haters here. Okay here's my honest opinion on Jeff Hardy. The first time I saw him, I instantly thought "jobber". He was just this guy who looked like Shannon Moore to me, he was OK at the very least but I found nothing special in him. He went to TNA and I saw it and basically in the words of Ric Flair. He's a glorified stuntman. He came back to the WWE through a crowd of applause and I have to applaud for him because Vince gave him another shot right? I seen his matches and honestly? I thought it was just the same damn thing over and over again. There was no skill, no athleticism and no chance of him trying to exhibit wrestling moves when it was clearly a 'wrestling' show. I saw him trying to sell a promo and basically he sucked. He can't even hype a crowd, only those who haven't seen better promos. I've seen Wrestlemania 25 and honestly? there was nothing special because he didn't try to hype up a match. He didn't build anything to make the crowd anticipate, he just keeps on moving and such. Honestly, I don't hate Jeff Hardy. I just think he's nothing special and the only reason people like him is because he's "different" and he's "edgy". Basically, they like him as his gimmick but not his ability. He can do high flying moves, big deal...but it takes a lot more than that to impress wrestling fans. Jeff Hardy is OK at the very best but I don't get the hype and I respect those who love him. Favorite moment: Shawn Michaels superkicked Jeff Hardy.
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Jerrod Jerrod
Even as the Hardy Boys (in the attitude era), Jeff always seemed more popular, even though Matt was the backbone of the Hardys, and without him, would not have achieved the status they have both reached now. However, as Jeff is a high flyer, fans like to see what move he can pull off next and therefore, gets more fans on their feet. I will always like Matt Hardy better though.
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Gilford Gilford
I agree, Jeff's mic skills are far from perfect. However, look at The Great Khali(who if you saw "The Longest Yard" remake with Adam Sandler, does speak english).....Doesn't have great mic skills either. Dolph Ziggler is another character with crappy verbal skills. 95% of the time, all he does is introduce himself to people: "Hi, I'm Dolph Ziggler". Another one is Santino/Santina Marella. There are times when he/she can't even pronounce something correctly. I agree, you're entitled to your opinion & you're allowed to vent, but that doesn't mean that people have to agree with what you say. My favorite moment was when he won the WWE title back at Armageddon. I didn't actually see the P.P.V., but I saw what happened the next night on RAW & I was just so happy for him after everything that he's been through in his professional career.
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