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5 possible ways to make better use of Matt Hardy  

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Matt Hardy is one of the most accomplished performers currently signed with the WWE. He is most notably a seven-time WWE Tag Team champion with his brother, Jeff Hardy ,and has even held a Tag Title with MVP.

Apart from being an accomplished tag team performer, Matt Hardy is also a great singles competitor, having won the United States Championship, ECW Championship and the Cruiserweight Championship in the past. He has had memorable feuds with Kane, Edge, Punk and even his brother, Jeff, where the two had squared off in an extreme rules match at Wrestlemania 25, with Matt picking up the win.

Matt and Jeff Hardy returned to WWE at Wrestlemania 33. The brothers were part of a multi-man ladder match for the RAW Tag Team Championships which they won, receiving a thunderous response from the crowd.

However, due to Jeff's serious shoulder injury, he might be out of action for some time to come, leaving Matt without his long time tag team partner. So, here are five ways in which the WWE can book Matt Hardy:


#1 Teaming with Jason Jordan

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Although both Hardy and Jordan were in singles action this past week on RAW, they had been teaming with each other for the past few weeks.

Jason, although putting forth great matches ever since moving to RAW, has failed to connect with the crowd, majorly because of the disappointing “Kurt Angle’s son” storyline. One way to help Jason get over with the crowd would be to continue pairing him with the fan-favorite Matt Hardy. It would be a mutually beneficial arrangement as it would help Jordan learn from one of the greatest and keep Matt in the Tag Team division spotlight until the return of his brother.

Both Jordan and Hardy are former Tag Team champions and know how to work well in a tag team. So, having these two work as a team would not just be good for both of them but also for the entire Tag Team division.

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