“Jeff, Mom wouldn’t want this.” Matt Hardy strapped to a table pleaded with his brother judging from above a 6-foot ladder. “Jeff, I’m sorry.” Matt begged to be forgiven, but Jeff wouldn’t budge.
At this point of his life, Matt was convicted of costing Jeff the WWE championship, and viciously attacking and sabotaging his efforts to reclaim the title. Matt’s crimes were that of a jealous brother. Yet in those fleeting final moments as Jeff leaped over the top of the ladder, Matt felt saved.
BREAKING NEWS: Matt Hardy was arrested after crashing his car into a tree. The policeman charged Hardy with a DWI. Other reports indicate that Matt Hardy was not impaired by alcohol, but of something else. Illegal substance? Abused prescription medication?
“I wish I was there to talk to him in person so I could get a better gauge of what’s going on. I worry about Matt… a lot,” said a bedridden Gregory Helms.
“Hurt/exasperated/exhausted/frustrated/tired of being lied to/tired of enablers. Just tired,” cried Matt’s girlfriend Reby Sky via twitter.
Matt was the brother that had everything together. It was Jeff who had the issues from his arrest days after leaving WWE, to his failure to perform in the main-event at TNA’s Victory Road. Matt Hardy was the workhorse in the WWE, and was just finally making a name for himself wrestling in TNA, going up against the likes of Rob Van Dam, AJ Styles, and Sting. So what happened?
After his arrest on Saturday August 20, Matt Hardy was released and returned home. He posted an incoherent video on his YouTube channel claiming to have the real scoop on what took place.
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BREAKING NEWS: Matt Hardy rushed to the hospital after taking a fall in his home.
How far must he fall before he learns to pick himself up again? Will Jeff be around this time to snap Matt out of it? Or could involving himself in his brother’s dark path wind him back on the headlines of wrestling dirt sheets across the web?
“It’s kind of flipped because Jeff is now … Jeff has everything together now. He’s really a good father, a really great person,” reported Gregory Helms.
The time away from the wrestling scene, and the time spent with his daughter has healed Jeff’s beaten body. He tweeted that he was ready to return to the squared circle. And with Immortal leader Hulk Hogan doing away with Hardy’s old face belt, it’s possible that Jeff will return in good graces with the fans.
As for Matt, how will this all end for the man who once claimed would not die? Hopefully not the way of so many tortured souls before him.
“I wish I could explain, but I can’t. I’m afraid of what’s going to happen next,” he concluded.