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“Sh*t if I was Edge I would’ve f***ed Lita too” – Matt Hardy’s Hacked Tweet

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WWF Veteran & current AEW star Matt Hardy’s Twitter account got hacked recently.

Some controversial tweets were made during this time, which you can check out below:


“Sh*t if I was Edge I woulda f***ed Lita too ngl”

“@VinceMcMahon send me my money back or I’ll release the video of me f***ing your wife @SBALinda. and No I don’t give a f**k if she’s a government official.”

AEW Heel Manager Stokely Hathaway joked about it by tweeting the following:

“Getting your account hacked by a teenager in Singapore on Windows 98 is nasty work. P.S., I’m innocent. All questions are now directed to my attorney.”

Speaking of Matt, he recently noted on his podcast that AEW needs to start appealing to the casual fans as well, instead of just the hardcore wrestling audience.

Below is what the multi-time Tag Team Champion said:

“That’s a positive for AEW without a doubt that the Turner folk are all about the hardcore pro-wrestling fan base.

The hardcore fan base, they’re gonna tune in each and every week, even if they complain about the show, even if they pretend to hate the show, whatever it may be, they’re gonna tune in because at the end of the day, they love pro wrestling. Those are the fans that you always have to appreciate because they are always going to be there.

You know, me, I’m a big advocate, especially after being around for 31 years, I do think to grow the pro-wrestling fan base of AEW, I do think we need to appeal to some more casual fans who might not be all about just the wrestling and the 5 star matches.

I think you can garner some fans and gain some fans by having characters that are on a journey that is extremely compelling. I think that is something that is important and that is done in AEW.

I’m not acting like it isn’t done. That is done in AEW, but I still think at the end of the day, AEW focuses on giving a great wrestling product when it’s all said and done. I think that’s cool that the people from Warner Media and Turner that they’re leaning into that and that’s what they approve of.”

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