From Big Daddy Donnie:
Matt Hardy is on this week’s episode of Tha O Show (www.thaOshow.com), hosted by Big Daddy Donnie & Dan-e-o and this week’s in studio guest – indy worker, Jewells Malone. This is only the second interview Matt Hardy has done since leaving WWE (the first being Highway 2 Helms, hosted by his best friend Gregory Helms).
Marty Garner AKA Cham Pain is the co-host of Highway 2 Helms and has been a regular contributor to Tha O Show for years. Garner was on the line with Matt Hardy for almost an hour talking about everything under the sun.
“They’re [WWE] into this youth movement thing, and it’s not a youth movement they need it’s a talent movement”.
Matt specifically mentioned people like Gail Kim being misused and Christian. He said that Vince McMahon may still be holding a grudge against Christian for his TNA run, but the fact that he hasn’t been crowned World Champion is an injustice. Matt referred to Christian as the best worker he’d ever been in the ring with.
“The John Cena thing really bothers me. You lose this match and you have to join Nexus. He did that and within 6 or 7 weeks he had an opportunity to get out. So then people were like oh man he`s fired. I actually liked the first three quarters of his promo until he started talking about Wade Barrett – the first three quarters were very real, very sincere. Then he shows up in the crowd [this past week on Raw] he was wearing knee pads! Then he jumped the rail and he time to take his top off, go to announcer’s table and take the monitors out, and there was no security …. i mean … c’mon.”
Matt went on to say that Cena being on Raw this week was likely a sign from management that they didn’t believe in Miz to carry the ratings – especially with Orton off the show.
Matt Hardy also revealed that he does not have a Facebook account despite the fact that there are several very convincing imposters.
There are also some hysterical road stories offered up by both Garner and Hardy.
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Also on episode 196, Tha O Show was joined by Canadian Hip Hop legend, Maestro Fresh Wes. Wes is promoting his new book “Stick To Your Vision”.
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