Broken Matt program. Vince McMahon reportedly sees Jeff as a top guy. However, many fans noticed that Matt was not in his "Broken" character although he was using some of his mannerisms and catchphrases.
While Impact Wrestling may have seen the best of what the 42-year-old has to offer, the wider audience in WWE are yet to experience the broken brilliance. They just need to work out an agreement with Anthem, the company that has given the Hardys problems over using it. WWE also feels what Matt and Jeff are doing now can only last so long.
Currently, Impact Wrestling are claiming ownership over the Broken character and on the flip side, Matt is claiming it is his own creation. Although Borash had a lot of input, it was Matt who had creative control over the character and seems to have legitimately created the character.More news: Top five transfer needs for Real Madrid
Will Broken Matt Hardy break out from his current version 1?
Now the pair known as The Hardy Boyz, or just The Hardys, are embarking on their eighth tag-team championship run in WWE with a match against Sheamus and Cesaro scheduled for Payback. However, in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Meltzer reported that the plan is to eventually go with the "Broken" gimmick seeing as it's likely to be a strong merchandise seller.
It's not all bad news because the chairman has heard the reaction Matt and Jeff gets on shows while using the "Delete" chants.More news: OPCC chief slams BJP for its call for "Opposition Free India"
However, Sportskeeda now reports that the delay in WWE using the gimmick has nothing to do with the potential legal action or negotiations to buy the rights.
The legal battle between Impact Wrestling and the Hardys has been well documented, and it appears to be ongoing. As for Jeff, he is still one of the biggest and most charismatic babyfaces in wrestling and he is expected to be one of the main event player on Raw moving forward.More news: Annual Easter Egg Hunt at May Creek
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