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Since his arrival in World Wrestling Entertainment, Matt Hardy's daredevil antics and never say die attitude have made him one of the most popular Superstars of all time. WWE Fans have supported Matt through thick and thin. Through the emotional events in his personal life to his amazing triumphs in the ring, the fans and Matt Hardy have always stood together. 

Matt's Mailbag for October 3, 2006

Matt,
What do you think of the recent pack of newcomers to the Smackdown scene such as K.C. James, Idol Stevens, M.V.P., and Jimmy Wang Yang?
-Robert in Arlington, TX

I personally love to see new talent get an opportunity at "the dance", which is WWE television. K.C. James reminds me of an old school wrestler… he isn't terribly extravagant, but he’s extremely solid within the roped square. I've actually wrestled Aaron Stevens before, and I think he has a very bright future in the WWE.  I also like the fact that these two are now wearing resembling outfits, giving them that "tag team feel".  I hope the tag team division can continue to grow, it can be a money drawing, highly entertaining entity on Smackdown. Believe me, I know from experience (See Hardys, Dudleys, Edge & Christian circa 99-01). I don't know very much about the M.V.P., but he's definitely got some big hype to live up to. Jimmy Wang Yang is a very talented individual. Yang wrestles an exciting, high impact style that's fun to watch. Hopefully the Asian redneck will find much success during this tenure with the WWE. Speaking of tenures, some of us joke about how Jimmy has been in and out of major companies six times during his career and he's only 24.  That's gotta be some kind record, right? Ha!


Matt,
I see that you’re a fan of Slipknot, so I was wondering, what’s your favorite song from Slipknot.  My favorite song from Slipknot is Wait and Bleed.
-Scott in Philadelphia


I dig quite a few of Slipknot's songs, including "Wait and Bleed", as well as "Duality" and "Circle".  But my favorite Slipknot song is definitely "Vermillion", more specifically "Vermillion Part 2". I really dig their music, and maybe this is my age showing, but I prefer the songs where I can actually understand their lyrics. I also think
the whole mask concept behind the band is ultra cool.


Dear Matt,
If you could open up a restaurant with any other WWE Superstar what
type of restaurant would it be and with whom?
-Kelly in Dallas


Interesting you should ask that Kelly, as I was just talking about a restaurant concept a couple weeks ago.  My dream restaurant would have a combination Japanese/Mexican menu, along with a plethora of hot drinks (flavored coffees, teas, etc.), and of course a full bar.  It would serve sushi and hibachi, as well as a very tasty Mexican menu, as well as a delicious white chocolate mocha.  I would actually open up this venture with two WWE superstars, Rey Mysterio and Funaki.  Why you ask? Rey would be the manager of the Mexican side, Funaki would be the manager of the Japanese side, and I would manage the bar.  I would at least manage to drink at the bar, lol.

Matt,
I just bought the classic “I will not die” T-Shirt at a live event in Florida. What’s it like to look out at the crowd and see people wearing your T-Shirt? Do you get to help design your shirts?
- Frank from West Palm Beach, FL


Thanks for picking up some Matt Hardy merchandise Frank, I greatly appreciate the support. It's incredibly flattering to see someone wearing a shirt that represents you and you solely.  I actually do help create and design my merchandise. I coined the "I will not die" slogan, and I absolutely loved that shirt. Speaking of T-shirts, it's about time for a new Matt Hardy T-shirt, and I'm always open to ideas and suggestions. If you have any good ideas, let's hear them!



Dear Matt,
Does being on the road sometimes affect your in-ring motivation?
- John from Long Island, NY


Most definitely.  If everything in life on the road is going good, it is always easier and more fun to perform inside the wrestling ring. When you run into times were you're down and dragging from being on the road, it's much more difficult to perform in-ring.  Being on a tough travel schedule when you're tired and you're body's hurting can also be detrimental to your performance motivation.  It's so much harder to get up for a match when you're hurting and exhausted.  And that's also when you're most susceptible to getting hurt.  It's very important to try and enjoy yourself but also take good care of yourself when you're on the road.  So yes, being on the road can most certainly affect your in-ring motivation.

 

Since I mentioned the tag team division earlier, I wanted to take a moment and talk about Paul London and Brian Kendrick. I'm very happy for the success that Paul and Brian have experienced, as they are two guys who constantly bust their asses to entertain and perform. They've been good Tag Team Champions and remind me of Jeff and I in quite a few ways. I remember wrestling London in Austin, Texas before he was under contract with the WWE.  I wanted to have a good match with him, as I had seen tapes of some of his previous stuff, and knew he had potential. After the match, I walked back through the curtain and said "hire him". Actually, it didn't go down quite like that--but I recommended they look at Paul closely because he was very talented.  Shortly thereafter, he was a contracted WWE superstar. I also wrestled Brian Kendrick in his first television match when he went under the guise of "The Penguin". Later on, myself and Shannon Moore had some matches against L & K, the first time around when they teamed.  Every night, Paul would clothesline my trachea out of my neck, and I would have to stiffly and swiftly beat him up to remind him we weren't in Japan or doing MMA.  Hopefully these two can stay healthy and be successful for a long time to come.  I also think having Ashley valet these guys is a good idea. It gives Paul and Brian a little more attention, because it's virtually impossible to not look in the direction of Ashley when she's in your sights. It's also a great gig for Ashley, it allows her to get involved in small dosages while constantly learning about performing in the squared circle.  I think it's a winning combo for both parties.  And on a personal note, I'm very happy that Ashley Marie has come across such a good role for her, she deserves it. Ashley is a one of a kind girl who is the best human being you'll ever meet.

 
God he likes Slipknot but each to their own LOL I like his idea for a restaurant. I think many people would love to go there with so many different varieties on offer. Glad wrestlers have input into their shirts and the Matt one isn't bad either. Agree with everything said about the tag champions and them standing out more with Ashley and good that she's something to do. I enjoy reading Matt's mailbag and it's good being more interactive with his fans.
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I remember when Matt used to do the whole "Latest Version" thing on Mattitude.com and tell us about what's going on in his life and stuff. I used to love that segment and visit it whenever I got the chance. This right here is just a more interactive redub of the Latest Version, proving once again that Matt Hardy is a man that loves to connect with his fans.
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Matt's Mailbag for October 17, 2006

 

Matt,
I just got back from the mall where I picked up some new WWE action figures. I was wondering, what’s it like to have your own action figure? Do you collect anything?
 
Shawn in Boulder, Colorado

 

It's a great feeling to have your own action figure. It lets you know you've really made it. When I got my very first action figure, I thought it was the coolest thing ever. I actually collect all of the figures made of myself and Jeff, as well as any of the other Omega powers. I have a huge display set up in my basement that includes the majority of my eighty or so WWE action figures. It's really flattering and breathtaking to just stop and glance at dozens of toys created in your image--just another reason I think I have the coolest job in the world!

 

Hey Matt,
I loved your match at No Mercy. It’s about time somebody finally shut up Helms. Where do you go from here? I think some gold would look good around your waist.
         
Andrew in Reno, Nevada

 

Thanks Andrew! I loved my match as well, especially beating the hell out of Helms. I have to give credit where credit is due though, Gregory Helms put up one hell of a fight. I thought we both brought our "A" game to No Mercy and our match was one of the best on the pay-per-view. I think from here it's time for Matt Hardy to shatter the glass ceiling and finally launch myself to the very top of the WWE. I've always remembered, it's not where you're at in the race of life, it's where you finish. I'm gonna do what I've always done: sacrifice, survive, and succeed. My patience will always work in my favor, I wholeheartedly believe that. And some gold WILL look good around my waist...

 

Matt,
I miss the days of the Matt-Facts. Do you have any cool new Matt-Facts that you’d like to share with your M-F’ers?

Steve in Manalapan, NJ

 

I miss the Matt Facts as well, Steve. So for old times sake, I thought I would throw some new Matt Facts out there for you all...

 

Matt likes Quizno's better than Subway

Matt has a huge soft spot for dogs

Matt is a huge fan of wheatgrass

Matt's level of loyalty is unprecedented

Matt currently gets more offers from females than he can accept (Definitely a good
problem to have, HA!)

Matt digs cream cheese in his unagi rolls

Matt strongly dislikes arrogance

Matt is extremely level headed

 

Matt,
I noticed that theres been a lot of the “old-timers” back on WWE TV lately. It was especially cool to see Arn Anderson, IRS, Million Dollar Man, and Hot Rod on Raw
. What’s it like sharing a locker room with those guys? Who’s your favorite old-timer?
 
Mark in Brooklyn, NY

 

It was very cool to see some of the WWE "Legends" back on WWE television. It's an honor and a privilege to share a locker room with wrestling "Legends". You can learn so much from just listening to their old school stories--both good and bad, lol. They have all experienced so much in this business--and it's really a trip to school if you step in the ring with one of those guys. It was truly awesome for me to get in the ring at Wrestlemania last year with Ric Flair, who is one of my all-time favorites. If you would have told me 15 years ago that I would be suplexing Ric Flair off a 12 foot tall ladder at Wrestlemania 22, I would have called you insane. Arn Anderson and Michael Hayes are probably my favorite two "Legends" that currently work for the WWE. These two gentleman have amazing minds for the business both inside the ring and out. 
 
Hey Matt,
I was looking through the Mailbag archives and I saw that you had asked people for suggestions on a new haircut. Have you ever considered dreadlocks? 
David in Columbia, SC


I actually thought about dreadlocks at one point--but once I learned it was a permanent deal that could only be remedied by cutting your hair--dreadlocks were out...

 

Thank you guys for visiting me this week. Wish me luck as I venture to the other side of our planet to compete in Manilla. They love me in the Philippines, HA! Everyone be well, and until then...

 
Always good to read his latest questions and answers. Matt really is a fan at heart with him getting excited over action figures LOL He is deluded thinking he will break the WWE glass ceiling because he beat Helms though. But i would like to see him being used better. The return of Matt Facts makes me want them to come back full time. Double A and Michael Hayes are his two favourite legends who work for WWE. However i wouldn't call either of them legends at all. However Ted Dibase and Ricky Steamboat i would. Matt would have looked stupid like the picture shows if he had got dreadlocks. Infact most white people would look stupid with them LOL
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Matt's Mailbag for 10/24
By Matt Hardy
October 24, 2006

Since his arrival in World Wrestling Entertainment, Matt Hardy's daredevil antics and never say die attitude have made him one of the most popular Superstars of all time. WWE Fans have supported Matt through thick and thin. Through the emotional events in his personal life to his amazing triumphs in the ring, the fans and Matt Hardy have always stood together. 

Matt's Mailbag for October 24, 2006 

Matt,
I know everyone wants to know if the Hardy Boyz will ever get back together, but instead of you guys joining up, what are the chances of you joining up with a certain other group… say…… DX? What do you think of DX?
-Mike

That's a very interesting question Mike. I know that Jeff and I will re-team as the Hardy Boyz, even if it's for one night only. The possibility of joining up with DX would be a very interesting scenario. Degeneration X is meant to be a cool, cutting edge act, and I definitely feel Jeff and I are cool. Actually, I feel like we're the coolest two guys in the WWE. If the Hardy Boyz were to join forces with Triple H and HBK, it would most certainly be the coolest version of Degeneration X EVER. I dig the concept and entertainment behind DX - and I also think it would be alot of fun to be involved with two of the biggest WWE superstars ever. So, you never know. This is the WWE, and anything can happen in the WWE. So if you aren't down with that DX, I got two words for ya - Hardy Boyz!

Matt,
I’m a big fan of your entrance music. I was wondering, did you choose that yourself? And, would you ever consider picking a new song? 
-Kieran in Long Island, NY

Thanks Kieran, I'm a big fan of my entrance music as well. I actually didn't choose it myself--it was actually made as a Hardy Boyz song for the Forceable Entry CD. When Jeff and I went our separate ways, he kept the original Hardy Boyz theme, and I was having new music made. In the interim, I was going to use my current theme "Live for the Moment" by Monster Magnet. I remember the first time it was played for me was in Minneapolis when I wrestled the Undertaker and had Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman in my corner. I didn't feel the song as entrance music at first. It grew on me very quickly though, and I couldn't hardly imagine coming out to anything different now. But as time goes on, the Matt Hardy character will change, and I'm sure one day my music will as well. But for now, let's kept rocking out and getting pumped when we hear "Ohhh Yeeaaaahhhhhh!"

Matt,
What’s your favorite alcoholic beverage?
- Frank in Port St. Lucie, FL

If you ever run into me at a bar and want to buy my a drink, here's what you need to know. My favorite beer is Michelob Ultra. My favorite mixed drinks are Margaritas and Red Bull/Vodkas. My favorite shots are Vodka, Tequila, and Jagermeister. So if you're a female trying to pick me up, these are the items that might just give you the opportunity to get me drunk and take advantage of me. Wait, did I just say that out loud? I mean type that for everyone to see? Hell yeah I did, LOL!

Hey Matt,
I’m thinking about joining my high school wrestling team. Did you wrestle when you were in high school? 
-Thomas in Flint, Michigan

Unfortunately, no, I didn't wrestle in high school. But it wasn't because I didn't want to - it was because my high school, Union Pines, was so small that it didn't offer amateur wrestling at the time. As luck would have it, the year after I graduated they instituted an amateur wrestling program. My brother Jeff wrestled his last couple of years in high school until they kicked him off the team for being a "professional wrestler". True story. The coaches of the wrestling team seemed to think they would get in trouble for having a high school wrestler who made money and accepted 15 dollar paydays for being a "pro" wrestler. Needless to say, Jeff continued to accept indy bookings and didn't mind sacrificing his high school wrestling career. But in closing, I think it would be a great idea for you to join your high school wrestling team Thomas. I wish I would have had the opportunity to learn more about amateur wrestling. But, I continually pick up bits and pieces as time goes on.

Matt –
Has there ever been a time when you considered leaving the wrestling business?
Thomas in Columbus, Ohio

Absolutely not. There was one time they ran me off by firing me--but that didn't even last the length of my 90 day no-compete clause. They love me here at the WWE, even if I am the black sheep of the Hardyz, HA!

I'd like to take a few moments to talk about my recent trip with Smackdown to the Philippines, more specifically Manila. I performed in Manila on Saturday and Sunday of last week, in front of two jammed packed sold out crowds of around 15,000 people. Although it was a tough schedule travel-wise, it was one of the most fun international trips I've ever had. We arrived in Manila on Thursday, and had a full day of sightseeing, shopping, getting massages, and most importantly, partying. Anywhere I went, everyone recognized me and wanted a picture and autograph - the WWE's popularity over there is INCREDIBLE. Both Thursday and Friday nights, myself and the CCB (inside terminology, try your best to figure out who it is and what it means) tore down the nightlife in Manila. Some of the stories are so amazing you wouldn't even believe me if I told you, HA! During the course of those couple of days, it once again reiterated how great my life is, and how fortunate I've been. I've been blessed to do what I love, living my life as a WWE pro wrestler/sports entertainer. And to see the world along the way, as well as experience all walks of life and cultures, is an added bonus. The WWE fans in Manila were fantastic when it came to showing support for the wrestlers. Their enthusiasm was off the charts. So from Matt Hardy, here's a big thank you to all of the great fans in the Philippines.

On the subject of fans, here's a big thank you to everyone who has supported me along my amazing journey in the WWE. I've had my ups and downs, but one thing has remained constant -I never quit, I never stop, I never die. When you look at Matt Hardy, I want you to see someone who busted his ass to achieve his goals and dreams. Not someone who was handed a great career, but someone who struggled, sacrificed, survived, and succeeded to EARN a great career. I am the face of resilience, I am the definition of perseverance. I refuse to be denied, because I believe in myself, and I thank those who believe in me. In a lot of ways, I feel like I'm living "The Dream" - someone who came from nothing to fulfill and physically live his childhood dream. For those of you who have a dream, it can happen. I'm a living example of that. And don't ever give up on yourself or your dream. I never did and I still have dreams I refuse to give up on. Regardless of how many people say "I can't", I say "I can". Matt Hardy's time is coming, much sooner than later...

I also want to touch on another subject that relates more to relationships and life experiences. As hard as it is in life to always be honest, even when you know it's gonna hurt someone or cause friction, it's the right thing to do. The old expression of "honesty is the best policy" holds true more often than not. I would rather have someone be honest to me and let me know their true feelings, even if they think it's going to offend me. And I prefer to be as honest as possible when it comes to dealing with others. I don't like to waste people's time or feelings, nor do I want my time wasted. Sometimes people don't like to hear what you really feel, but in the end they'll have a respect for you for not misleading them. You have to listen to your heart, but you have to also think with your mind. If you can get those two items in sync, everything will be just fine. But getting your mind and heart on the same page is not always that easy. Bottom line, to maintain strong friendships and relationships with people, just do the right thing - be honest. Don't tell people what they want to hear, tell them what they need to hear - the truth - as it relates to any given situation. Don't harbor unsureness or doubt--it will only manifest into a bigger problem eventually. And if something's wrong, do your best to address it and try to correct it. Don't throw away valuable closeness because you were too afraid to confront a concern or problem you have with someone. The worse thing you can do is ignore a concern and hope it just goes away. When you have an issue with someone important to you, the best thing you can do is meet it head on, and figure out if it can be solved or not. Hopefully what I've said will make you think - it was just on my mind and I felt like sharing it with you all...

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"He who forgets, will be destined to remember" Nothingman, Pearl Jam

Seeya next week, thanks for reading.

Matt

The idea of him and his brother joining DX is ok. However both have had more then a fair chance to crack the top teir. However both will always be stuck in the mid card so the places should not be wasted on them. Not too shabby choices of drinks Matt made. I could see myself drinking with him (but not to take advantage because that isn't in my bag haha). His entrance music is quality so he should have taken credit for picking it. Why the need to bum the fans of overseas tours all the time ? It would be less time consuming if they just mentioned trips they didn't like (seems as they always act like they are in presidential elections).
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Matt's Mailbag for October 31, 2006 

Dear Matt,
This is my favorite time of year. Halloween. This year I’m going as the Boogeyman
, minus the real worms. What was your favorite Halloween experience as a kid?
Shawn in Tuscon, AZ

I don't really have one particularly favorite Halloween moment as a kid, I just always loved the holiday and going trick or treating. Living out in the country as I do, Jeff and I would pile up in my Dad's car and hit the neighborhood for candy. It's amazing how fun it is to go trick or treating when you're a kid. I remember one year I was set on being a robot for Halloween, and I asked Jeff what he wanted to be. Jeff said he wanted to be a witch, which I thought was strange even then. I tried to talk him into being my robot partner, but he got upset and said all he wanted to be was a witch. So a witch he was, with a broom and all that. I also remember going to a haunted house for the very first time and having the feces scared out of me. That was so much fun. If I go into a haunted house nowadays, some of the ghouls come out of their gimmicks and say "Dude, you're Matt Hardy!" Kinda takes away from the thrill of getting in that mood, you know. Anyways, have a great Halloween as the Boogeyman Shawn--and try at least one real worm for me! 

Matt,
I saw on the WWE website that the new Smackdown
 vs. Raw video game is coming out in November. I was wondering if you play the wrestling games? And also, what do you think of your character in the game?
Shawn in Portland, Maine

I have a few of the WWE wrestling video games, but I'm not an avid player. I have seen the graphics and characters from the new SmackDown vs. Raw video game and mine is absolutely amazing. The resemblance is uncanny. I think the designers did an incredible job creating the man who "will not die", Matt Hardy. I actually am featured in the new WWE magazine in an article discussing the SD vs. Raw 07 game. I can't believe how far games and graphics have come since my old Atari 2600. I think technology will eventually just get to the point where the video game looks like you're watching actual WWE programming on television. With these latest graphics, it doesn't seem that far away actually.

Matt,
I’ve noticed that since Vito
 started wearing a dress, he’s been pretty much undefeated. If it meant you could start getting a few title shots, would you wear a dress in the ring?
Vanessa in Talahassee, FL

Vanessa.....NO.

Matt,
Have you considered having a manager in your corner on SmackDown? If you could have any manager in WWE to represent you, who would it be?
Alex in Cape Cod

I think I'll give two answers to this question, one male manager, and one female manager. If I had to pick a male manager, and although he not a manager per say right now, I'll pick Paul Heyman. When Paul was with Brock, Brock's career really took off. When Paul was with Big Show on Smackdown, Big Show seemed the most dangerous he's ever been. Now that Mr. Heyman is associated with Big Show in ECW, the ECW Champion is once again dominate and on top of his game. There's just something that Paul E. does that brings out the best in people. As a manager, he is extremely effective. Is Paul morally correct? No, but unfortunately neither is the sports-entertainment business. Sometimes I feel my lack of cold heartedness and moral obligation is what slows me down in my journey to the top of sports-entertainment. Maybe a dangerous alliance with Paul Heyman is just what I need to catapult me to the upper echelon of the WWE. As far as a female manager, or valet, I think I would choose Michelle McCool. Ms. McCool is a natural athlete who is beautiful, smart, and tough. As a valet, she would be able to hold her own against any other girl in the opposition's corner. Michelle is also the kind of valet that you wouldn't have to constantly worry about during your match because she's not weak or defenseless. She has the potential to be phenomenal within the ring - something that most divas don't necessarily have the potential to do these days. If Miss McCool can continue to learn and grow on the current path she's on, she's going to be one of the best divas ever. All of those ingredients translate into a good valet for a complimenting wrestler. But if she were to be my valet, we might have to tweak the whole teacher image to mesh more with Matt Hardy...

Matt,
Your brother Jeff is defending his title at Cyber Sunday. Who are you voting for to face him? I’m picking Shelton Benjamin
.
Adam from Fort Wayne, In

Good question Adam. I've actually seen Jeff in the ring with Shelton before, and I've seen him in the ring with Nitro several times, so my vote goes to Carlito. I know it's a little bit of an odd match with two fan favorites, but I think Jeff Hardy versus Carlito will be one helluva matchup. I'll vote for Carlito, and he's my pick to win the voting by a pretty strong margin.

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"If you're not getting better, you're getting worse." - Matt Hardy, translated from my high school football coach, M.D. Gutherie

Thanks for checking out Matt's Mailbag this week. I'm getting ready for a huge tour of Europe next week, and I can't wait to see all my European MFer's! Take care, and be well...  

Matt

I always enjoy reading Matt's thoughts, even if i seem to be alone LOL I am glad he wouldn't wear a dress for title shots. God having him wearing a dress would be scary. I hope the first letter guy takes Matt's advice and tries a worm to make the gimmick more authentic LOL Interesting that Matt picks two heels when listing possible managers. It's comments like this that should be done something with. He will probably be right unfortunately with his prediction of his brother facing Carlito.
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Interesting you should ask that Kelly, as I was just talking about a restaurant concept a couple weeks ago. My dream restaurant would have a combination Japanese/Mexican menu, along with a plethora of hot drinks (flavored coffees, teas, etc.), and of course a full bar. It would serve sushi and hibachi, as well as a very tasty Mexican menu, as well as a delicious white chocolate mocha. I would actually open up this venture with two WWE superstars, Rey Mysterio and Funaki. Why you ask? Rey would be the manager of the Mexican side, Funaki would be the manager of the Japanese side, and I would manage the bar. I would at least manage to drink at the bar, lol.
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Sounds like Abdullah the Butch's house of of Steak, Rins and Chinese food has a contender.
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