WWE stars Sheamus, Edge and Matt Hardy have finally spoken about their careers and future plans.

WWE fans have not seen Hardy for roughly three years now. But just recently, Hardy took to Twitter his thoughts about his future in pro wrestling. According to Hardy, he would like to be “as creative and as productive” as possible coming into the last few years of his career as a wrestling star.

Hardy then stated that what wrestling fans think about his “The Ultimate Deletion” gimmick matters to him and hinted that what would happen next depends on the results of the poll he presented.

Matt Hardy has not been seen in the ring for a while now, although he has competed in Live Events for WWE. However, ever since his brother Jeff Hardy was injured after winning the SmackDown Tag Team Championships, Matt Hardy has been off WWE television.

Meanwhile, former WWE champ Sheamus visited the Philippines to WWE's live show at Araneta Coliseum on September 20. In the lengthy face-to-face talk with the fans, Sheamus took the opportunity to finally address his future with the WWE, ABS-CBN News reported.

According to Sheamus, he’s quite unsure what to do next but he truly miss “being in the ring.” However, he also wants some time off to weigh things over.

"I don't know what the story is in my future. I have no idea, I honestly don't. I just know that I like have some time off but I do miss being in the ring," Sheamus revealed.

The WWE star also shared his thoughts about SmackDown and stated that he is definitely aiming for the SmackDown title.

“As of now I am still listed as a SmackDown superstar and the title is on SmackDown. But as of now, I have no access to the title but its definitely the one I want," Sheamus said.

Sheamus WWE Sheamus has held the WWE World Heavyweight Championship since Survivor Series. Photo: Getty

Another WWE star has released a statement regarding the status of his career. Edge, also known as The Rated-R Superstar, made a huge comeback appearance and left the stage in a standing ovation.

Edge has been retired from the pro wrestling since 2011 due to cervical spinal stenosis. However, this might not be the last time fans will see him get physical inside a WWE ring.

In a recent talk with Ringside News, Edge may have hinted for another comeback as he revealed that he is confident with his body but the doctors wouldn’t allow him to perform.

“To be perfectly honest, I think I could do a match tomorrow. I might be blown up but I’d be okay. It’s just from what I know with the WWE medical staff, they won’t allow. It is what it is, right?” Edge said.