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 Posted by: Kris    Date: October 28th 2014    Categories: Interviews & Articles

Matt was recently interview by SportingNews.com about his post-WWE career.

Most wrestling fans know Matt Hardy as the man who helped put the tag-team division on the map along with his brother Jeff during the WWE’s Attitude Era in memorable matches filled with daredevil stunts. But that was a decade ago, and it’s been four years since he has last worked for the entertainment giant.

But that hasn’t slowed down Hardy, who is finding a second wind working for various promotions around the country.

“This is the most fun I’ve had in wrestling because there’s no pressure, there’s no stress,” said Hardy. “There’s people that contact me all the time with decent offers and I’ll go I’m not interested. I really am my own boss and it’s nice.”

Hardy understands the glitz and glamour of the WWE, having lived it for nearly 12 years of his life. He also understands there is much more to working for that company. Now at the age of 40, he says it’s not for him anymore.

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 Posted by: Kris    Date: September 20th 2014    Categories: Interviews & Articles

The Huffington Post recent interviewed Matt. In the interview, he discussed his return to TNA, the future of the company, working with his brother again, and more.

You’re back in TNA and working a programme with Team 3D (The Dudley Boyz). What’s it like being with them again?

Its good fun! It’s like a time warp. It’s so strange. We’ve been separated and we haven’t been in the ring with those guys for about 12 years. You know as soon as we start working with them, we start having memories of old matches we had in Peoria Illinois – random cities across the world, it’s a great dose of nostalgia. I think it’s cool because we’re all at a point where we can still go pretty strong in the ring and have a great match and not disappoint the people. We don’t just get dressed up and come out as the Dudleys and the Hardy boys and play around for a couple of minutes, we can actually get out there and do an older version of ourselves and still kick ass and that’s pretty cool.

You are back to being a tag-team with Jeff after a successful career as a singles wrestler. What’s the allure of tagging again?

Every time now – especially as we get older – that I team with Jeff, it’s truly magical. We grew up as legitimate blood brothers and it’s a magical moment because our whole dream was to one day be the tag-team champions of the world and we did that multiple times. So anytime someone asks me, even if I’m embarking on the greatest singles run of my career and no-one can touch me, I would always go and work with Jeff. For me that’s as good as it gets because that’s what we always wanted to do when we were children. Few people get to live that dream and so, well anytime I can go back and team with Jeff, I’m certainly up for it and gonna love it.

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 Posted by: Kris    Date: September 17th 2014    Categories: Interviews & Articles

Matt and Jeff aka The Hardy Boyz aka Team Xtreme are together in-person with Y2J! The real life brothers had their own trampoline ring in the backyard of their family’s 25-acre tobacco farm. They started their own wrestling promotion, sewed their own costumes, came up with some crazy gimmicks, made their way to the WWE, and once there, cemented their legacy with some killer TLC matches! Stories, stories, and more stories… and they share them all with Chris!

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 Posted by: Kris    Date: August 13th 2014    Categories: Interviews & Articles

Dan Lovranski, of the Live Audio Wrestling podcast, recently sat down with Jeff Hardy. Hardy discussed his reaction to TNA and the Spike TV issue, the introduction of the Willow character to TNA and the background of the character, the match last week with The Wolves from New York City, Matt Hardy being contacted for the tapings, and much more!

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 Posted by: Kris    Date: July 31st 2014    Categories: Interviews & Articles

Jeff Hardy was recently interviewed by AlternativeNation.net. In this interview, he discusses Pearl Jam, Stone Temple Pilots, writing his own music, his reactions to reports of TNA being cancelled by SpikeTV, reuniting the Hardy Boyz, Willow, working with Sting, his feud with CM Punk, and how he reacted to Vince Russo’s decision to turn him heel in 2010. You can catch the Hardy Boyz vs. the Wolves tonight on SpikeTV at 9PM on TNA’s Destination X show.

First off I wanted to talk to you a bit about music. I remember seeing a shoot DVD you did 10 years ago, and you actually quoted a lyric from STP’s “Still Remains” and you mentioned that Eddie Vedder was a big influence of yours. Can you discuss a bit growing up in the 90’s, and how the bands from that era influenced you?

Oh, they were a huge inspiration. My brother actually introduced me to Pearl Jam, and before that I was going through my Vanilla Ice stage, Public Enemy, N.W.A., I was a huge fan of rap. But man, when I heard Ten, I fell in love with the vibe of alternative rock. Then Stone Temple Pilots followed that, and oh my gosh, then Nine Inch Nails, and I just became obsessed with that form and style of music.

It’s influenced me in and out of the ring. My painting, my motor cross riding, that’s what’s always helped me to remain inspired. But the lyrics from “Still Remains” inspired me to start writing poetry, which now has ultimately become songs. I know I’ll never be as good as I want to be as a singer, but man if I could ever come close, like even 50% [as good] as Eddie Vedder or Scott Weiland, I would be pleased.

What are some of your favorite songs or albums from that era, and have you ever seen any of those guys live or met any of them, like Billy Corgan?

Yeah, I’ve met Billy several times, he’s a wrestling fan. I saw STP once, I saw Pearl Jam about 6 or 7 times, I saw Manson once, I saw Tool and Korn at Lollapalooza [1997], that was crazy amazing. Every time I’ve seen Pearl Jam, they get better with age it seems. I saw them in Charlotte last October, it was a packed house, and they were better than ever.

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 Posted by: Kris    Date: July 15th 2014    Categories: Interviews & Articles

 Posted by: Kris    Date: April 18th 2014    Categories: Interviews & Articles

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