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Matt Hardy Talks Recent WWE Cuts and More

You never get a dull interview out of Matt Hardy. The returning TNA superstar sat down for a recent Straight Shoot interview on YouTube. Hardy checks in via YouTube and offers some interesting opinions on recent news including WWE cuts.

[adinserter block=”1″]Matt spent a lot of time talking about the recent WWE cuts. Here are some of the highlights of the 25-minute interview.

Matt was most surprised that Drew McIntyre made the list of recent cuts, as are a lot of people. Matt thinks he got caught up in the 3MB gimmick and wound up on a certain path. He described it as a bad break. He’d like to see McIntyre in Ring of Honor or TNA.

I have to admit that I am somewhat surprised at the overwhelming support for Drew McIntyre. He has received universal praise as an underrated and under-appreciated talent throughout the IWC and his peers. I must have missed it because I never saw it. I wouldn’t be surprised if he gets called back at some point, especially if he flirts with one of the other major U.S. companies.

Matt wasn’t surprised at any of the other cuts. Matt tells the guys and girls that there is life after WWE. He points to Ring of Honor doing well. Matt refers to TNA as still “walking along” which if you see him give his answer, his body language tells you what he really thinks. He also points to the numerous independents as an option for released talent.

It’s a candid interview with interesting insight on one of the hot topics in the business today. Check out the video for more.

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