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SKFabe - Hottest WWE News of the Week (18 January, 2018)

Riju Dasgupta
FEATURED COLUMNIST
Top 5 / Top 10
194.10K   //    19 Jan 2018, 20:27 IST

Some good, some bad, and some WONDERFUL news too yehehehes
Some good, some bad, and some WONDERFUL news too yesssss!

Consider this week the calm before the storm actually hits. Let us explain why. Next week will be filled with news from RAW 25. And the week after, with lots and lots of WWE Royal Rumble news.

For what it was worth, there was much that transpired this week. Rest assured, that despite the 'calm', it was a week packed with news updates. Fear not, for we have chronicled all of it for our weekly SKFabe feature again.

What is SKFabe? It is essential reading for you to stay up to date, about the latest in the world of wrestling, behind and indeed beyond the squared circle.

So, in case you missed any of these updates, strap yourself in and take off with us, dearest readers.


#1 Matt Hardy addressed 'Woken' critics

Their advice was completely made obsolete
Their advice was completely made obsolete

Remember how over 'Broken' Matt Hardy was? Ever since he's been 'Woken', he just seems like a shadow of his former self, doesn't he? Well, a lot of people told him so on the internet. This is what Matt Hardy said to all his detractors, during an interview with IGN recently:

There’s such a huge percentage of the WWE Universe and the WWE fan-base who aren’t familiar with the story of the Woken/Broken character so we have to educate them and get them up to speed and help them understand what’s going on. And that’s something the die-hard fans are frustrated with.

Hardy reiterated that he has to reinvent the wheel, to get where he wants to eventually go:

But things are going to get where they need to be and this is a process now that’s playing out over TV. The biggest thing I’d say to people is just sit back and enjoy this truly, truly fun and jubilant ride.

Matt Hardy also said that fans can enjoy a Final Deletion style match between him and Bray Wyatt someday.

That, my friends, is quite WONDERFUL!

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Riju Dasgupta
FEATURED COLUMNIST
Riju Dasgupta is the bassist of heavy metal bands Albatross and Primitiv. He's also a former guest columnist for Rolling Stone India. His primary passion remains watching and reviewing the art of professional wrestling for Sportskeeda. In the world of heavy metal, he goes by the moniker- Dr. Hex.
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