WWE/TNA News: 'Broken' Matt Hardy says he wants to 'delete' Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton
Hardy also wants to delete Kanye West and the cast of 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians'.
TNA superstar Matt Hardy’s ‘Broken’ character has easily been one of the most popular gimmicks in the pro-wrestling world over the past few months. During this period, he has expressed the desire to ‘delete’ a number of people and eminent political figures, U.S. President Donald Trump and his rival Hillary Clinton, are the latest names on his list.
Speaking in an interview with Wrestledope.com, Hardy opined that there are a number of people in the world who warrant a deletion like Trump, Clinton and also the person responsible for the ‘Brexit’ issue. He also wished he could delete Kanye West and the complete cast of ‘Keeping Up With The Kardashians’.
Here’s what ‘Broken’ Matt Hardy said:
“There are many, many people that deserve deletion and I'm not sure what you speak about when you say character, you know because I was just born. I was given this broken brilliance. It manifested itself after my broken condition.
Basically the people I would delete to begin with right now in the United States. I would delete Donald Trump, I would delete Hillary Clinton. I would delete the man who was responsible for Brexit. A couple of other people who I would delete are Kanye West and we would just delete the entire (cast) of Keeping up with the Kardashians.”
According to Hardy, every individual in this world is ‘broken’ in some way or the other and the best thing one can do in the situation is to keep moving ahead with their chin up.
“Everyone is broken, every mortal man or woman is broken in some way, shape or form. The most important thing any broken individual can do is keep their chin up and keep moving forward,” he was quoted as saying.
About the motivation behind coming up with this gimmick, ‘Broken’ Matt Hardy revealed that he wanted to do something to generate interest among those who are not hardcore wrestling fans. He feels that he has been successful in his quest because some of the character’s fans were not even wrestling fans before this.
“My initial goal was not really cater to the hardcore wrestling fans or the smarter wrestling fans. It was to cater to casual wrestling fans Hopefully they would see something that would capture their attention. And fortunately it has worked. There are alot of people that are now fans of the broken universe that weren't even necessarily wrestling fans to begin with. It has been woven into pop culture in many ways. So yes I was aiming for the casual fan.”
‘Broken’ Matt Hardy and ‘Brother Nero’ Jeff Hardy recently defended their TNA World Tag Team Championship by winning the ‘Tag Team Apocalypto’ at Total Nonstop Deletion.
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