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“A large group of people hate AEW’s success” – Matt Hardy After Incident On Rampage

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• “A large group of people hate AEW’s success” – Matt Hardy After Incident On Rampage

Old School WWF Tag Team Legend Matt Hardy, who is wrestling for All Elite Wrestling these days, took to Twitter and claimed that a large group of fans actually hate the success of AEW.

Matt said this after getting heat due to an incident that happened on Friday’s episode of Rampage.

During his match with Orange Cassidy, The Blade interfered and punched Cassidy with brass knuckles and knocked him out. Matt then dropped an elbow drop on the mat, but didn’t hit Cassidy, as he just wanted to show the distracted referee that he laid out Cassidy.

You can watch it below:

When some fans called it a botch, other AEW fans defended Matt’s move and noted that he didn’t connect the elbow on purpose as he just wanted to show the referee that no interference occurred.

Some fans then asked the following logical question:

“Tbf tho, in kayfabe, why wouldn’t he just actually hit an elbow to put the nail in the coffin? It would still make a sound, do damage, and seem more legitimate.

Why not just elbow him in the head for good measure? I didn’t understand why he wouldn’t have just hit him instead of pretending to. Hardy loathes OC, I would have thought he would have given him a cheap shot while he’s down. Just didn’t make sense to fake it.”

This led to the former multiple time Tag Team Champion tweeting the following:

“How are some this ‘dumb’ when it comes to AEW? A large group of people hate AEW’s success & the fact TK is doing things right. These people search for things to pounce on & trash AEW. To intelligent fans, it’s obvious why I did what I did. It’s a societal problem on social media.”

Matt started to wrestle as a WWF Jobber in 1994, before getting a full-time WWF contract in 1998, where he wrestled until 2010 and again from 2017 till he left in 2020 and joined Tony Khan’s AEW.

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (November 14, 1992) – WWF Saturday Night’s Main Event 31

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on November 14, 1992, the World Wrestling Federation aired ‘WWF Saturday Night’s Main Event 31’ on Fox.

The entire event was originally taped on October 27, 1992 at the Hulman Center in Terre Haute, Indiana.

Here are the results:

– WWF Tag Team Championship: The Ultimate Maniacs defeated Money Inc. (c) (with Jimmy Hart) by count-out

– WWF Intercontinental Championship: Shawn Michaels defeated The British Bulldog (c)

– WWF World Heavyweight Championship: Bret Hart (c) defeated Papa Shango

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