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A Different Perspective On The Fall Of The Hardy Boyz / A Tragedy Waiting To Happen by Dalyxman

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Published on Aug 25, 2011

Response to The Fall Of The Hardy Boyz / A Tragedy Waiting To Happen
http://www.youtube.com/user/Dalyxman
Maybe i am being to light on them but it's just a different perspective to consider.

Comments • 28

NuttyRockChick
@Moredread25 i absolutely agree, above all i want to see them healthy and happy!!!!!! However i cant help but dream that if they where and could return; they could be having matches with kofi & bourne for the tag titles and re kick starting the tag division, and surely a girl is allowed to dream :p
Moredread25
@NuttyRockChick We've just got to deal with the fact that at some point our favorite athelets have to retire. Those TLC matches will stand forever. They can never be, and probably shouldn't be, duplicated. Hardy could move all the merch in the world but is it really worth the man's life? I just want him to be well.
Moredread25
@NuttyRockChick While I understand your desire to see the Hardys go back to being entertaning on TV again and not depressing on the internet, and see them be back to be in a helthy, happy and stable place, I just don't think its possible for them to do both. I would much rather twenty years from now see pictures of them with their grandkids, sober and happy then see one more match and risk ruining the rest of their lives for one more moment of glory.
NuttyRockChick
@Moredread25 you do have fair point but jeff hardy at peak sold almost as merch as cena
Moredread25
@NuttyRockChick True, the WWE could put them on the dole, but they have a standing offer to pay for any former employee's Rehab, and they have not taken advantage of it - and why should they trust the Hardys to not embarass the company, as they have before, without independent verification that they are seriously sober, and will remain so. Its just bad buisness.
Moredread25
@NuttyRockChick Plus house shows bring in a lot of money for the company are you going to push or give Jeff or Matt time if they arn't going to be doing any drawing for you except on TV? And if you're not going to push them, why hire them at all? Its not fair to the guys who have stayed sober and can work the intense schedule the WWE needs. What are they going to think when these two guys who have had major, major problems come in and get TV time, don't have to work house shows and so on?
Moredread25
@NuttyRockChick I see your point that they probably need a goal and a reason to help keep them on their feet and away from the drugs, but I'm pretty sure that the WWE does not offer the type of deal where a talent only has to work one TV a week and PPVs. The only guy who ever got a deal like that was Mick Foley after he 'retired' from the ring. Not Austin, not the Rock, not Cena, not HBK or HHH or Angle - nobody gets that deal.
rko2582
@NuttyRockChick Hehehe you too -hugs- yeah lets hope so cause LORD knows they need to get sorted out big time
NuttyRockChick
@RotisserieiJamie yeah i totally agree :)
NuttyRockChick
@Dalyxman lol :)
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