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 Posted by: Kris    Date: September 23rd 2018    Categories: Interviews & Articles

Matt Hardy

Matt Hardy often wonders how they did WWE.com lists without him.

At the dawn of the original brand split in 2002, Matt and Jeff Hardy went their separate ways — Jeff to Raw and Matt to SmackDown — leaving the WWE Universe to wonder who would be the bigger breakout Superstar. Many pundits placed their bets on Jeff, wowed by his unique energy and daredevil tendencies. Hearing this, Matt realized that he needed to go back to square one … Version 1, that is.

Completely retooling his attitude (or, Mattitude as it would come to be known) and demeanor, Hardy endorsed this relatively new thing called the internet and created Version 1 — a brand that was all about embracing two things: Everything cutting-edge and telling the world how stinking great Matt Hardy was.

Matt would develop “Matt Facts” (little nuggets about him that appeared on the screen during his dialup-inspired entrance), gain Mattitude Followers (shout-outs to Shannon Moore and his Moore-Ons), and become one of the most dominant Cruiserweight Champions in SmackDown history, even main-eventing an episode with a title defense against Rey Mysterio.

Version 1 catapulted Matt up the blue-brand ranks and saw him take the internet by storm long before it was really even possible to do so … it would be far from the last time The Sensei of Mattitude pulled that off, though. — RYAN PAPPOLLA

Credit: WWE.com

 Posted by: Kris    Date: September 19th 2018    Categories: Interviews & Articles

 Posted by: Kris    Date: September 16th 2018    Categories: PPV, WWE Results


That Jeff Hardy and Randy Orton’s Hell in a Cell Match ended the way it did is less than surprising: Hardy’s rivalry with Orton had become far too stomach-churning to conclude with something as quaint as an RKO and a pinfall, and The Charismatic Enigma has been in search of a blaze of glory inside Hell in a Cell for some time now. He found one.

For Hardy, competing inside Hell in a Cell was one of the last few milestones he’d yearned to achieve in WWE, though he fought like a Superstar stepping into his eighth dance in the cage rather than his first. With the psychological advantage he usually possesses rendered obsolete, Orton had no choice but to battle Jeff with pure brutality: After wearing Hardy down with lashes from his own belt, The Viper produced a toolbox from under the ring, pulled out a screwdriver and threaded it through Hardy’s earlobe, twisting the tool around and around in a sickening display until The Charismatic Enigma finally beat him away with a low blow.

Revitalized by Orton’s savagery, Hardy saw red. The Charismatic Enigma propped a chair on Orton’s chest and executed a pinpoint Swanton — aggravating The Viper’s already-wounded back — before erecting a sinister setup involving two ladders (a short one and a tall one) and a table. After propping Orton up on the table, Hardy scaled the smaller ladder, seemingly planning a leapfrog. Then, he audibled onto the taller one, seemingly planning a Swanton. Then, Hardy left the ladders entirely, suspending himself from the Cell roof like monkey bars, dropping for what appeared to be some kind of splash on The Apex Predator.

Only Orton moved. And Hardy crashed and burned, shattering the table in his attempt to put Orton away. Much to the referee’s horror, Orton made the cover and insisted on defeating his opponent with a 1-2-3, and the official counted the pinfall, if only to get The Apex Predator out of the ring so EMTs could strap Hardy to a stretcher and wheel him away. It was the result Orton wanted for sure, and, perhaps, the one Jeff Hardy wanted as well. After all, he said would take Randy Orton to hell with him. He didn’t say anything about coming out.

Credit: WWE.com

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 Posted by: Kris    Date: September 16th 2018    Categories: Matt YouTube Videos

 Posted by: Kris    Date: September 12th 2018    Categories: SmackDown, WWE Results


With Jeff Hardy wanting to “cleanse his soul” prior to his clash inside Hell in a Cell with Randy Orton this Sunday, The Charismatic Enigma looked to settle his unfinished business with United States Champion Shinsuke Nakamura in non-title action on SmackDown LIVE.

Hardy’s pent-up aggression was evident from the start, as the daredevil stormed out of the gates, bringing an early onslaught to The King of Strong Style despite Nakamura’s attempts to stall. As the match wore on, Nakamura was able to ground Hardy with his smothering and impactful offense, but Brother Nero flat out refused to quit.

In the pivotal moments, Hardy appeared to be closing in on a victory when The Viper suddenly struck from out of nowhere, and threw Hardy off the top rope. Orton then began a brutal assault on The Charismatic Enigma that saw him smash his head into the ring steps repeatedly and then grab a steel chair and laid Jeff out with several brutal shots. The Apex Predator would not stop there though, attempting to lay Hardy out with an RKO, but Hardy was able to counter, give Orton a taste of his own medicine with the steel chair and then lay him out with a Twist of Fate and Swanton Bomb respectively.

Advantage Hardy.

Credit: WWE.com

Gallery Links:
WWE Photos > Weekly & Pay-Per-View Digitals > 2018 > Smackdown > September 11th
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 Posted by: Kris    Date: September 10th 2018    Categories: Matt YouTube Videos

 Posted by: Kris    Date: September 5th 2018    Categories: News

WWE sent out a recent survey for potiental original programs on the WWE Network. A potiental Hardy show has been pitched. Let’s hope it happens!

House Hardy: Halloween special – Go inside the WONDERFUL world of the Hardy family in this delightful short form scripted sitcom, featuring Matt and Jeff Hardy!

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5/1: SmackDown Live: Montreal, QC
5/6: WWE Backlash: Newark, NJ
5/7: WWE Live: Allentown, PA
5/8: SmackDown Live: Baltimore, MD
5/10: WWE Live: Oberhausen, Germany
5/11: WWE Live: Braunschweig, Germany
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5/14: WWE Live: Budapest, Hungary
5/15: SmackDown Live: London, England
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5/20: WWE Live: Olympiahalle, Munich
5/22: SmackDown Live: Worcester, MA
5/28: WWE Live: Fayetteville, NC
5/29: SmackDown Live: Raleigh, NC
6/2: WWE Live: Waco, TX
6/3: WWE Live: Arlington, TX
6/4: WWE Live: Laredo, TX
6/5: SmackDown Live: Corpus Christi, TX
6/9: WWE Live: Huntsville, AL
6/10: WWE Live: Tupelo, MS
6/11: WWE Live: Jonesboro, AR
6/12: SmackDown Live: Memphis, TN
6/16: WWE Live: Dubuque, IA
6/17: WWE Money in the Bank: Chicago, IL
6/18: WWE Live: Fort Wayne, IN
6/19: SmackDown Live: Toledo, OH
6/24: WWE Live: Fresno, CA
6/25: WWE Live: Bakersfield, CA
6/29: WWE Live: Tokyo, Japan, 13
7/7: WWE Live: New York, NY
7/15: WWE Extreme Rules: Pittsburgh, PA

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