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 Posted by: Kris    Date: December 22nd 2016    Categories: Interviews & Articles

I hear some 90s rock in there. What were your influences in putting Spawn of Me together?

I’m really not sure. I’m just a huge alternative rock fan, but I love country music. I grew up around it. My dad is a great guitar player. He’s straight up country. So, if he hears anything I do he’s like, “you ain’t never gonna make a dime off of that.” My influences range between Eddie Vedder, Lil Wayne, Chuck D, NWA, Johnny Cash, Randy Travis. I love it all, man.

A lot of time there is a personal emotional meaning behind the songs. Which one did you have the deepest connection to?

The song “Spawn of Me” started back in 2010 when my daughter was born. I wrote a song for her called “Ruby.” But when my second daughter was born last New Year’s Eve, I totally rewrote it and made it about both of them. And it also mentions my guitar player’s daughter. The song is dedicated to them.

Another song on there that is very powerful and very serious is called “Irreversible.” It is about my fear of CTE (Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy). It’s crazy in the NFL they take it so seriously because you have to. It’s so scary what it can do to you in the long run. And with me being a pro wrestler I’ve had my share. Diagnosed concussions only about two or three, but I’m sure there’s been a lot more. It’s as simple as simple can be. If I do a little flat bump and I hit my head really hard, there’s like a strange vibration, and I’m like “Oh my God, did I just have a concussion?” And a lot of times it’s like a déjà vu sensation like I’ve been there before. Luckily it hasn’t happened in about six months. But you can only be so careful.

Thank God they’ve eliminated things like chair shots to the head, because that was just ridiculous. When we first started, everybody was taking chair shots to the head.

The song also talks about suicidal thoughts. They haven’t gotten to me yet. Basically, it’s about my fear about developing CTE, and I think you can only get tested for that when you’re dead. But I feel really good.

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 Posted by: Kris    Date: December 7th 2016    Categories: Interviews & Articles

 Posted by: Kris    Date: August 3rd 2016    Categories: Interviews & Articles

 Posted by: Kris    Date: July 28th 2016    Categories: Interviews & Articles

“Broken” Matt Hardy has a message for Bray Wyatt.

“I actually find fondness and appreciation for the Bray Wyatt,” said Hardy. “I see that he is driven by a higher power, much like I am driven and motivated and inspired and given strength by the Seven Deities. I respect how he doesn’t walk the normal path, he carves his own. I would love, one day down that road, to show up in WWE and have a match with the Bray Wyatt. I would love to bring him to my battlefield and delete him–that would be my honor.”

Hardy’s “Broken” character is giving TNA new life on Pop TV, as the Impact Zone delivered its highest rating of the year on its Thursday night debut last week. An integral part of TNA’s success stems from when Hardy fought his brother, Jeff, at the Hardy compound in North Carolina in a cinematographic, Lucha Underground-style match–which occurred a week before the WWE aired a similar package between The New Day and the Wyatt Family on Raw at the Wyatt compound.

“If The New Day and the Wyatt Family would have been there with me, I would have not only deleted them, I may have even eaten them,” said Hardy. “My brokenness has made me become more primal, more instinctual.”

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 Posted by: Kris    Date: July 18th 2016    Categories: Interviews & Articles

 Posted by: Kris    Date: March 19th 2016    Categories: Interviews & Articles

 Posted by: Kris    Date: March 17th 2016    Categories: Interviews & Articles

Jeff spoke to Huffington Post prior to his match against Eric Young, March 15th. He talked about his injury, Matt’s new persona, and more.

“Even before we went to WWE, it was WWF at the time, we would watch the ‘job’ matches — the ‘nobodies,’” said Hardy, who first launched to fame in the late ‘90s tagging with older brother Matt, “That gave us the opportunity when we got in the door to really make an impression.”

Life-long wrestling fans, the Hardys even started an independent wrestling promotion in their home state North Carolina. There they gained experience alongside childhood friends Shannon Moore, Gregory “Shane” Helms, Joey Mercury and Steve Corino. All went on to major accomplishments in the squared circle. During a Mar. 11 telephone interview, Jeff recalled using that time to study the industry and wait for his opportunity.

“I was confident even then that I was going to impress somebody when I got the chance to be that ‘nobody,’” he shared, “And prove I could be ‘somebody‘ eventually.”

That happened in 1998, when The Hardy Boyz signed with WWE. Over the ensuing decade, the brothers became one of the most iconic teams in wrestling history, winning multiple World tag titles amid legendary feuds with Edge and Christian as well as The Dudley Boyz. Eventually, they split to pursue solo interests.

Now the brothers are more than just “somebodies” in sports entertainment. Both are globally-recognized superstars headlining TNA’s IMPACT Wrestling.

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