Matt Hardy talks about business changes in TNA, his current deal with TNA expiring and Total Nonstop Deletion

“Broken” Matt Hardy has been making a series of media appearances recently to help promote the recent episode of “Total Nonstop Deletion” that aired this past Thursday.

Donald Wood of Ring Rust Radio passed along an interview with Hardy where he talked about the changes behind-the-scenes in TNA regarding business going forward.

“I just think that the whole issue with TNA is they are having some overall issues with management, but I think we have a new opportunity. I know a lot of people haven’t met the Anthem people or the Fight Network people, but I think it is going to do wonders for the company. I think in many, many ways they have a fresh slate as far as management for the company. On the talent side, it is greater than ever. The locker room is extremely talented and I think they are extremely willing to go out there and become the success that they have the potential to be. For me it starts at Total Nonstop Deletion. Like I said, there’s going to be so many things that you see in the show that are going to be a first and will blow your mind and that you’ll never be expecting. It’s going to be shot differently, it’s going to look differently, and the fans in the arena are going to look differently as well. This Apocalypto match, and I say this with sincere honesty, I think it’s going to be the most entertaining 45 minutes in professional wrestling that anyone has ever seen. This match will change the way people look at the business and it will change how the business evolves going forward in the future.”

Ryan Rider of Main Event Radio passed along this recap of Hardy discussing his current deal with TNA expiring in February and what his next move could be.

“I don’t know where I will be at this point. I would like to try and help Impact Wrestling grow and reach it’s full potential. Otherwise, Vince McMahahan would love to get his hands on me and my broken brilliance. He loves me and he covets me. In a perfect world if I can come to terms with Impact Wrestling and we can agree on everything, then I could help it reach that full potential. If not I maybe will just come home to Home Hardy and manage things here. McMahahan has a huge monopoly and it’s a great platform to be on but I am not going to be a puppet, a yes man. I will not take direction, I do what I want to do. I don’t know if that will work well there. I will also not do that schedule at this time as I have to take care of young King Maxel.”

Wrestledope passed along this interview with Hardy talking Total Nonstop Deletion.