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 Posted by: Kris    Date: March 25th 2017    Categories: Interviews & Articles

Alfred Konuwa of Forbes recently interviewed Edge and Christian. The two talked about their podcast, Paige, and if the Broken Universe would work in WWE.

Another budding story could see The Hardy Boyz, longtime rivals of Edge and Christian in the Attitude Era, return to WWE as the promotion has reportedly made them an offer. Though WWE tends to bring in legends as nostalgia acts rather than newer incarnations developed outside of the promotion, like Bully Ray who was brought in strictly as Bubba Ray Dudley for his 2015-16 run in WWE, both Edge and Christian are fans of the Broken Universe and feel it can work in front of a mainstream crowd.

“Crazier things have worked on that mainstream of scale,” said Edge citing the success of The Undertaker whose gimmick of a human zombie is quite ridiculous when laid out on-paper.

“It’s all about reinventing yourself,” said Christian.

“You could probably be The Hardy Boyz, stick your two fingers up, make that ride from town to town and hope that people follow along with that nostalgia. Instead, they’ve taken the bull by the horns and reinvented themselves and stayed current, stayed fresh and keep people talking, and that’s what it’s all about.”

“You could probably be The Hardy Boyz, stick your two fingers up, make that ride from town to town and hope that people follow along with that nostalgia. Instead, they’ve taken the bull by the horns and reinvented themselves and stayed current, stayed fresh and keep people talking, and that’s what it’s all about.”

Edge concurred, saying “wrestling is all about reinvention, and if you don’t reinvent yourself, you’re going to get stagnant and people are going to get bored. I think back to when I came back from my first neck surgery and I came back as the babyface that I was when I left. I went in to my hometown of Toronto with the IC title against [Chris] Jericho and Batista and got booed.”

“Matt and Jeff are smart enough, particularly Matt—who is very hands-on with all of the incarnations of his character—to try stuff. I haven’t seen a whole lot of it, I’ve seen a couple of things and I thought it was hilarious and awesome.”

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 Posted by: Kris    Date: March 1st 2017    Categories: Interviews & Articles

All credit goes to Busted Open Radio.

 Posted by: Kris    Date: February 18th 2017    Categories: Interviews & Articles

Jeff Jarrett mentioned Matt in a recent interview with The Sun.

Jarrett said: “I prefer to call it match-making or booking, because Matt, Jeff and ‘Broken Brilliance’ – they are the creators of that.

“You just have to put them in positions and let them run with it. I think that’s part of the magic of our business is that we don’t really write stories but document them.

“Matt Hardy has reinvented himself in a unique way, and with Jeremy Borash and how it is edited, it is groundbreaking and it is revolutionising different story aspects.”

He continued: “When you look down in history, whether it was The Rock or Stone Cold, they are the perfect example that you can be given the ball, but you then have to run with it.

“Matt was given the ball, and he ran with it.”

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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

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