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Matt Hardy Reveals Why His BROKEN Gimmick Didn’t Work In AEW

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• Matt Hardy Reveals Why His BROKEN Gimmick Didn’t Work In AEW

Matt Hardy made his debut in All Elite Wrestling in March 2020, under his BROKEN gimmick.

However, the character didn’t work and he dropped it soon.

During an interview with Essentially Sports, Hardy explained why the BROKEN gimmick didn’t work in AEW:

“The Broken Matt Hardy character is a very fan driven character. It was just very hard for it to work as it should have without fans in the venue.

Obviously the whole world was in the midst of this pandemic, so we just changed courses and I went to a more reality based character in Big Money Matt.

We took a step back from Broken Matt, and who knows? Maybe now that fans are back, you’ll see Broken Matt again down the road.”

You can watch Matt’s AEW debut below:

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• Old School Wrestling Legend Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WCW Legend Bill Goldberg (Real name: William Scott Goldberg) celebrates his 55th birthday today.

The former WCW Main Eventer became famous for having one of the greatest undefeated streak in Professional Wrestling history in 1997-1998.

Goldberg won the WCW World Heavyweight Championship from Hollywood Hogan in 1998, the WWE World Heavyweight Championship from Triple H in 2003 and the WWE Universal Championship from Kevin Owens in 2017.

Bill also had roles in several movies, such as “Universal Soldier 2 : The Return”, “Santa’s Slay”, “Ready to Rumble”, “The Longest Yard” and “Half Past Dead 2”.

He’s currently working as a part-time wrestler / special attraction in WWE and is on a two match per year deal till 2022.

On April 6, 2018, Bill was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame by Paul Heyman, thus headlining the 2018 induction ceremony.


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