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 Posted by: Kris    Date: July 13th 2018    Categories: Interviews & Articles

Jeff Hardy recently spoke with the Canton Rep while promoting this weekend’s WWE live event in Canton, Ohio:

Recently Jeff talked candidly about his career as well as his music (he fronts the hard rock band PeroxWhy?gen) ahead of his Canton appearance.

Q. When you got your start in WWE, you were enhancement talent for a few years. Talk about that early experience of breaking into the business.

A. “It was our opportunity, and we did that for three or four years before we signed a developmental deal. It was our chance to show them what we could do, and I miss that today. You don’t see that much anymore — the superstar vs. the enhancement guy. We always knew if we went out there and did something to make them remember us or say, ‘Hey, these guys have a little bit of that “it” factor that we need,’ we can make it happen. During that course of time, I remember thinking, ‘I’m gonna go out and do whatever I can to impress somebody,’ whether that’s take a big crash and burn to the floor or something, I want to make them remember me, and it all paid off.”

Q. When did it go from enhancement talent to stepping into your own, and was (legendary manager/promoter) Jim Cornette the guy who recognized there was something special in you?

A. “Yeah, through Jim Cornette I remember going to Smoky Mountain Wrestling years ago, and it was our first opportunity to be on TV somewhere at the time. We thought it was great. He was a big help. Later, Jim Ross was a mentor, and finally Michael Hayes became our biggest influence. He taught us so well as far as understanding the business more. We needed to at that time. So many people helped us along the way, and we’re really grateful.”

Q. What did you learn from veterans of the business? Are there intangibles they passed along?

A. “For sure. Psychology, No. 1. Now that I’ve come into my own personality and my own individual in pro wrestling, I think there are so many different forms of psychology as far as telling stories. They helped us along the way, and they had different opinions, and we could take those and then modify our own. I think that’s what made me and Matt such a good tag team over the years. We are so opposite in a way, and we think very differently, but that made us good as a team.”

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 Posted by: Kris    Date: April 7th 2018    Categories: Interviews & Articles

 Posted by: Kris    Date: March 20th 2018    Categories: Interviews & Articles

The Ultimate Deletion was one of the most bewildering, confusing and, dare we say it, delightful matches in the history of sports-entertainment. The WWE Universe was enthralled by “Woken” Matt Hardy and Bray Wyatt’s over-the-top battle on The Hardy Compound, but there was one person who was less-than-enthused by the unorthodox main event.

Just prior to the start of The Ultimate Deletion, Michael Cole dismissed the anticipated affair as “obnoxious,” which didn’t sit well with The Woken One later in the night after The Eater of Worlds vanished into the murky, mystical waters of The Lake of Reincarnation.

“I’ve learned of the BLASPHEMY that the OBSOLETE MULE @Michael Cole SPEWED from his MUZZLE,” Hardy tweeted. “@Vanguard1AAR, put the HERETIC on your SURVEILLANCE schedule. If this continues, he must be DELETED!”

The Woken One’s sentient drone was more than happy to oblige.

Look to the skies, Michael Cole. Vanguard 1 is watching.

Credit: WWE.com

 Posted by: Kris    Date: March 4th 2018    Categories: Interviews & Articles

 Posted by: Kris    Date: March 3rd 2018    Categories: Interviews & Articles

On any given day, it’s tough to ascertain exactly what kind of fifth-dimensional chess game “Woken” Matt Hardy is playing, but it’s easy to see that he’s moving his pieces into place for the final press.

Following Bray Wyatt’s challenge to The Woken One on Monday Night Raw, Hardy took to his Twitter account (which, by the way, you should check out — it’s wild) to boast of absorbing Wyatt’s sinister essence into his own magnificence and an “Ultimate Deletion” that will finally put his rivalry with The Reaper of Souls to rest.

What he’s talking about is anybody’s guess. But it sounds like it could be pretty … wonderful!

Credit: WWE.com

 Posted by: Kris    Date: September 19th 2017    Categories: Interviews & Articles

In the famous words of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, “the only thing we have to fear is fear itself.” Well, in the case of several WWE Superstars, perhaps there is a bit more to fear than that. Whether it’s anxiety brought on by heights, mice, crowds or something a bit more complex, even the toughest competitor can succumb to hair-raising terror. As Raw’s exclusive pay-per-view, WWE No Mercy, lurks on the horizon, find out what deep, dark phobias make WWE grapplers scream for mercy!

Jeff Hardy – For this extreme high-flyer, fear slithers on the ground
“I have a fear of snakes. They are all around by my house. When I’m weeding the pond, I see water moccasins all the time. It freaks me out a bit, but I’m starting to overcome it with the help of my 6-year-old daughter. She loves them!”

Nikki Bella – Fearless turns fearful against eight-legged adversaries or on trips to the circus
“For me, it’s spiders and clowns, especially with the movie ‘It’ out right now. Oh, also ‘FOMO.’ That’s probably my biggest phobia. I have major fear of missing out. And that’s why I never sleep. I always want to be at every party, every event, hanging out with everyone.”

Rhyno – Ready to Gore the door if there’s a mouse in the house
“Mice … also rats, but definitely mice. If I see a mouse in my place, I would probably scream like a girl and jump up on the chair. I’d definitely be moving, jumping, on a chair, on Heath Slater. They just freak me out.”

Sasha Banks – The Boss goes on high alert when scary films go bump in the night
“Actually, my No. 1 fear is a fear of failing. It scares me big time. It gives me anxiety and makes me stay up at night. But I also have a fear of watching scaring movies at night. If it’s pitch black out and I’m watching a scary movie, I will look out the window and think the bad guy is out there. I also hate the feeling, specifically the texture, of velvet. It gives me severe chills.”

Karl Anderson – Strong, skilled and taking the stairs
Karl Anderson: “I despise elevators. I think it started when I was in Japan, for one reason or another. Whenever the elevator takes off too slow or the door doesn’t open quick enough, I start to freak out a little bit. Luke Gallows knows all about it and likes to use it to his advantage.”

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