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Dr. Wrestling:What Happened to Matt Hardy?

Just when the bizarre story of the Hardys seemed that it couldn’t get any more bizarre, Matt Hardy posted a very cryptic video on YouTube that appeared to be a suicide note, which caused quite a stir on the web. The video has since been deleted and Hardy has back peddled to claim the fake suicide note was to let people know he was undergoing a “genesis” to the old Matt Hardy. In reality, these cryptic messages were probably a lame attempt to create publicity, which is completely ridiculous. Hardy’s excuse for a “genesis” is damage control because instead of creating publicity, he basically added to the perception that he is too erratic to wrestle. Add this stunt to Hardy’s DUI arrest and subsequent release from TNA, it seems quite possible that he won’t resurface in a major wrestling company again. How many times has Matt Hardy claimed there would be a “new” Matt Hardy? A better question is what wrestling promotion would take the risk to sign him?

The main purpose of this column is to attempt to establish where things exactly went down hill for Matt Hardy? Nearly six years ago he was the talk of the wrestling world and when he resigned with WWE, it was major wrestling news. Matt Hardy probably blames the WWE for the down fall if his career, but I don’t know how valid that statement is considering that Matt seems to have someone to blame for almost everything in his career, During the latter part of his WWE run, Matt’s constant complaint was that he wasn’t given the chance to be a main event competitor, but it seems like if he would have signed with TNA six years ago instead of the WWE, he might have actually wrestled in the main event of a PPV. What it comes down to here is, what caused Hardy to be released from the WWE is the same thing that caused him to be released from TNA and that is his erratic behavior.

What’s really disappointing about all this is that Hardy had an underground type following throughout his career, but he’s tarnished his career, which included a run as part of one of the most popular tag teams in history. Was Hardy a talented performer? Without a doubt. Should he be anywhere nearĀ  wrestling ring? Absolutely not. Who knows what’s next for Matt, but perhaps that one thing that is certain about all this is that Matt Hardy has no credibility after this ridiculous publicity stunt.

Until next week
That’s My Story and I’m Sticking To It
Dr. Wrestling

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  • StudDog

    Yes Matt did seem to think he was better than he really was and a lot of the gripes on here were because of that, But now when the man finally admits he has a problem and decides to give up the buisness that he loves to work on his problems, You still bash him and put him down for it. Chances are a lot of you have problems yourself but have not had the courage to admit them.

    Matt has taken the first and most important step of admitting the problem, will he get better I dont know, nor do any of you, But he deserves a chance just like anyone else.

  • Valo487

    The problem with Matt Hardy is he has deluded himself to believe he’s main event material when he isn’t. He had a chance to be a solid B-Lister in the biggest company in wrestling, but gave that up to perdue his delusions of grandeur in TNA, but seemed to embrace his brothers bad habits once he got there. He would have been better off with a dose of reality in WWE, where he could have made an excellent living, but somehow he convinced himself that when he was in the worst shape of his career and hadn’t been relevant in quite a while that he was World Champion material. What he was ever basing that on is a question I want answered.

  • Nick Is Awsome

    This is all so true about matt hardy

  • josh

    Do one about Scott Hall next

  • thomas

    Dam Matt you really fucked up this time asshole

  • Hunter

    What happened to Matt Hardy? The double down burger happened.

  • Omar

    Clap Clapity Clap! Totally agree with every word of this column.