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Matt Hardy Comments On Fans Saying He’s Boring In The Ring Now

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• Matt Hardy Comments On Fans Saying He’s Boring In The Ring Now

WWF Tag Team Legend Matt Hardy (age 48) has been wrestling for 30 years and has had his fair share of injuries over the years.

His in-ring career almost came to an end a few years ago, when he was still in WWE, but he managed to keep his career going by making some changes to his in-ring style.

Matt doesn’t take crazy bumps in the ring anymore, which The Hardy Boyz were known for.

Because of this, some fans think Matt is boring in the ring in AEW, where he currently works.

Matt had the following to say about this on his podcast:

“People might say, ‘Well, Matt Hardy is boring. He doesn’t do everything he used to do.’ Yes, because I work in a way that I can stay healthy and maintain a normal life. That’s why I do it.

If you’re not entertained by it, I’m sorry. I’m sorry it’s not for you, but there are plenty of people that are. I mean, when I come out at the venue each week, I mean, people dig it and it is what it is.

That’s, once again, me taking on the role of being smart. Me taking on the role of being responsible and working in a certain way that I need to work so that I can continue to work and so that I’m not in pain, so that I don’t have issues.

Then when I come back, you know, I’m still beat up as it is anyway. I’m going to put ice on or I’m going to soak in my bath, or I’m going to do this. You can best believe I’m going to be up first thing in the morning to make sure I get in 30 minutes of cardio and get my stretch in or whatever it may be.”

On this week’s episode of Dynamite, Matt Hardy lost to Hook (Taz’s son) in a match for the FTW Championship.

Also Read: Matt Hardy Addresses Jeff Hardy’s In-Ring Future

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• ON THIS DAY IN WWF HISTORY (March 4, 2001) – WWF Sunday Night HEAT

On this day in 2001, the World Wrestling Federation aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF Sunday Night HEAT’.

It was broadcasted from the Tucson Convention Center in Tucson, Arizona and featured pre-taped matches, interviews & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWF WrestleMania X-Seven’ PPV.

The card can be found right here:

– Justin Credible vs. Grandmaster Sexay

– Dean Malenko vs. Funaki

– Chris Jericho vs. Perry Saturn

– Test vs. Raven

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