Matt Hardy on Jeremy Borash getting hired by WWE
The Sport Bible is featuring an interview with Matt Hardy talking about Jeremy Borash getting hired by WWE and why he felt the hiring was very deserving.
As reported earlier, Borash spent over 15 years with TNA/Impact Wrestling and was recently hired by the company to work with the NXT brand behind-the-scenes.
“Personally I am very glad that Jeremy Borash is here in WWE. He’s got a great mind; a very creative person, a good friend of mine and he just deserves to work here. Coming to the WWE often validates your career in the business and he was kind of the glue that was keeping TNA together in many, many ways over the years. The fact that he’s here and actually hired by Triple H, and his role is to be an important part of NXT, I am very happy he’s got the opportunity. It’s something he’s deserving of.”
Hardy also addressed how much longer he thinks he can wrestle at 43.
“I have no idea when the expiration on my body is. I’ve been doing this for 26 years so I certainly have a lot more going on in the rear view mirror than going ahead. But I love the art of professional wrestling/sports entertainment and I would like to contribute to the other side of things. Actually, I think I might be even more beneficial on that side when it’s all said and done.”
Details on new Randy Savage DVD
WrestlingDVDNetwork.com has released details about the new “Macho Man” Randy Savage Unreleased 3-disc DVD set scheduled to be released this May.
The DVD set will include 40 never-before-released Savage matches and moments.
“The madness begins in 1985 with content from WWF Championship Wrestling and ends nearly 15 years later on WCW Monday Nitro (yes, that means WCW content is confirmed for inclusion too). In between you’ll find some internationally broadcast matches only seen on German and Italian TV, a special WrestleMania 3 rematch between Savage and Ricky Steamboat from WWE’s first-ever house show under Paul Boesch, and unreleased bouts from the vault involving the likes of Andre the Giant, Hulk Hogan, Ultimate Warrior, Jake “The Snake” Roberts, The Undertaker, Ric Flair, Ted DiBiase, Steve Austin, Dusty Rhodes, and “Rowdy” Roddy Piper!”