Matt Hardy has revealed what professional wrestling promotion he would like to retire with.
Recently, Matt Hardy celebrated a milestone of hitting 30 years in the professional wrestling industry. Riding a resurgence to his career due to his “Broken Matt” gimmick which eventually saw him back in the WWE for a short stint, Hardy landed himself a contract with All Elite Wrestling.
With this character of Damascus, Matt Hardy premiered in the “No Fans Era,” however, it wouldn’t manage to survive without the lack of fans in attendance. Hardy then had a heel gimmick that he had on IMPACT, labeled “Big Money Matt,” that he eventually took with him to All Elite Wrestling.
For services, Hardy had a “wee fee” with his clients of Butcher, Bunny, Blade and Private Party, who would go on to form the Hardy Family Office (HFO) faction. Afterwards, they would merge with Andrade El Idolo to become AHFO, with Privately Party backstabbing Hardy later in the process.
Since then, Hardy has been quite present in All Elite Wrestling.
On the most recent edition of his “The Extreme Life of Matt Hardy” podcast, Hardy held a Q&A session with fans. He was questioned about his retirement, and when it comes, what company would he like to end his career with.
“I don’t know. Honestly, I can see myself retiring with AEW. I love being here. I love the family feel that it has. And I just love the lack of horseshit and bullshit, it’s pretty much straight-forward.
And Tony is really good at working with people and remembering they’re human beings, especially families, and allowing them to take time off and address issues there may be. He’s great with that and works around people’s schedules and whatnot. I love AEW. I’m very cool spending the rest of my career at AEW.”