Is the holy war between The Hardy Boyz and their former employers, TNA/Impact Wrestling/GFW steering towards FINAL RESOLUTION? After Monday night's blatant use of Broken gimmickry by the Hardys on Raw, many assumed the two sides had possibly come to an agreement.
However, Yesterday on Twitter, Matt took a very different tone when he threatened to "expose" Jeff Jarrett and TNA president Ed Nordholm if they didn't "wrap up this situation" shortly.
Was Hardy's tweet just an exaggerated expression of his 'broken' persona or does he have the goods on his former co-workers?
Hardy's threatening tweet didn't seem to sway Jeff Jarrett in the least. Wrestling Inc is reporting that Jarrett took part in a media conference call this afternoon and when asked point blank if the Hardys had acquired the gimmick, Jarrett responded "No, they haven't."
The CELESTIAL VOICES have told me that change is coming. pic.twitter.com/elJrVXAV0q— REBORN by FATE (@MATTHARDYBRAND) July 11, 2017
It should be noted that this is not the first time Hardy has teased his "Broken" creation's debut with 'Vince Meek Mahon's' WWE. Ever since The Hardys made their return at WrestleMania 33, Matt and the WWE Universe has been dying to unleash the personas that made them a cult favorite during their last days in TNA. In that same span, TNA/Impact president Ed Nordholm has been adamant that without financial compensation, the Broken Universe would only be seen in the TNA archives.
The former Tag Team Champion noted on Twitter only a week ago that the “Great War” was days away from ending, appearing to reference the ongoing trademark issues with Anthem and GFW/Impact Wrestling regarding the rights to the “Broken” universe.
As for now, we will wait with great anticipation for the Hardy's next move.