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Matt Hardy Reveals If He Ever Cr-pped Himself In The Ring

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During a recent episode of his weekly ‘The Extreme Life of Matt Hardy’ podcast, Matt was asked if he ever crapped himself in the ring.

There are many stories out there about such bathroom accidents that happened to professional wrestlers in the ring while an actual match was going on.

Whether such are confirmed incidents, like those that happened to André The Giant and even CM Punk, or rumored/unconfirmed incidents like Sid pooping his trunks during a house show match against The Undertaker in 1997.

Also current AEW World Champion MJF recently admitted in a Truth Or Dab interview: “I’ve sh*t myself in the ring”.

Here’s what Matt Hardy had to say about whether something similar has ever happened to him during his long, illustrious career:

“I have not. But there was one time where I was sick and wrestling Shannon Moore. I felt like I was going to (crap myself). I let out one of the most terrible gases. He jumped off the top and hit me with a corkscrew.

We did a thing where I would reverse and roll through, he ended up right in my crotch and was like, ‘Oh my God, did you sh*t yourself?’. No, I didn’t. It was terrible gas because I was extremely sick that day.

He said, ‘You have to show me.’ When we got back and showered, I showed him my underwear and everything. ‘Look, I didn’t. I’m very rank right now. I don’t smell good’.”

Matt Hardy first made his World Wrestling Federation debut in 1994 and wrestled as a singles jobber as well as doing Tag Team jobs with his brother Jeff Hardy on WWF TV until they became full-time roster WWF Superstars by 1999, at the peak of the legendary Attitude Era.

Matt worked for the WWF/WWE as mostly a Tag Team wrestler but also as a singles wrestler until October 2010 and joined Dixie Carter’s Total Nonstop Action! in January 2011.

He then wrestled for TNA till August 2011 and again from July 2014 to February 2017, and both Hardy Boyz returned to WWE as a surprise at the WrestleMania 33 pay-per-view, where they won the RAW Tag Team Championship in a ladder match.

Matt Hardy stayed with WWE till March 2020 and then joined Tony Khan’s All Elite Wrestling right away, where he was once again reunited with his brother Jeff.

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