It's pretty much a given Matt Hardy is going in the HOF. The question is just when. He could go in this year as he would be very fresh in everyone minds... But would it be better if WWE waited until Jeff retires and they put them both in as a team? Or maybe both?... are the Hardy's one of the destined 2 time HOF entries as both singles and team competitors? I'm guessing not, and singles is the best way to go about it. Something like next WM, Matt Hardy and Christian both going in the HOF and the year after Jeff Hardy being inducted.
Post by hbkbigdaddycool on Sept 16, 2018 12:34:19 GMT -5
It should be later.
Knowing the WWE and how to them the HOF is just a cash grab show on Wrestlemania weekend to bring in more money from the fans, I could see Matt going in within the next few years on his own, then they put Matt in again with Jeff as a tag team.
On his YouTube all Matt has said is that he wrestled his last advertised house show, hasn't necessarily retired yet. Although it doesn't seem to be too far off, perhaps we'll get an announcement tonight.
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Post by Lorenzo Alcazar on Sept 17, 2018 10:21:30 GMT -5
What I don't understand about this is....so it's a career ending injury, right? So why was he allowed to continue to wrestle on it for house shows for over a month after being removed from TV?
This seems like something that could be rehabbed and returned from at some point.
It's not like Paige, Sting, Daniel Bryan at the time....WWE was like "that's it, you're done". They weren't like "ok Sting, your neck is shot, but you can have x amount more matches before we pull the plug on you".
I think Matt Hardy will probably be able to come back at some point, IF he wants to. If he feels he'd rather work backstage or spend more time at home with his family, it's his right to do whatever he wants.