Matt Hardy takes a shot at WWE



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Matt Hardy takes a shot at WWE

After months apart, the Hardy Boyz could soon return to perform in the rings of any company they want, after both firing from the company that made them famous around the globe, WWE. If Jeff Hardy was released just a few weeks ago, after he was accused of some physical problems on one of the last house shows he took part in, with the federation trying to help him but having the door slammed in the face, however much instead it concerns the elder brother of the two, Matt Hardy, the former ECW Champion, had asked himself to be released, at the end of his agreement.

Matt is now working in the AEW rings, with the non-competition clause with his younger brother's WWE, which will not take him to the All Elite or any other global company rings for a few more weeks.

Matt Hardy slams WWE

WWE Superstar Jeff Hardy was reportedly sent home following a "rough night" at a live event in Edinburg, Texas on Saturday.

His brother Matt Hardy has provided an update on his condition. In his latest interview, the current manager and AEW athlete wanted to tell him what the WWE Chairman told him and made him do once, in a context in which everyone expected his team to win, with Matt thus responding to the microphones of his personal podcast: "Well, at the time everyone was expecting us to have a big win, so he said 'Well, that's too predictable.

Everyone would know about your victory right now, since you are predicted to be the winners, so I don't want it to be like this. Let's do it on the next show.' And I think that's a good thing, especially when you have a babyface who is very over and who is engaged in a long rivalry and the fans want there to be something to remember, to go on to support one or the other.

I would have loved to win and I think there would also have been my victory as a timing, with us becoming the champions and then making history by winning the TLC match. But Vince is an advocate of 'If you're over like babyface, there are times when you don't need to win, it makes no difference' And that's how he sees it.

Last week on Friday Night SmackDown, Drew McIntyre and Jeff Hardy were guests on King Corbin and Madcap Moss' Happy Talk talk show. A brawl broke out between the two parties, setting a match for this week's episode of the blue brand. Former King of the Ring winner Happy Corbin will collide with former WWE Champion Jeff Hardy.