In an interview with Phil Strum of Poughkeepsie Journal, Matt Hardy had this to say about the current state of tag-team wrestling:

“It saddens me and it bothers me. Looking at WWE, their main goal right now is to search for the next big thing that can draw. John Cena is the guy that is the centerpiece. Randy Orton is probably my favorite performer right now. But they still can’t find that one person like a Stone Cold Steve Austin or The Rock that can spark the business to burn through the economy. That’s what they’re looking for and Vince, or WWE, isn’t going to focus on tag team wrestling or a cruiserweight division. (On TNA) They’ve concentrated on the tag team titles. I think they have so much potential. They have some creative issues, but there’s a few changes within TNA that can make them skip to the next level.”

To read the full interview, click here.