Being part of the birth of extreme wrestling: “You can go back to the first TLC ladder match with Edge and Christian or even before that to the original Omega. Myself and my brother were two of the guys who wrote the dictionary definition of extreme wrestling. Once we got to the WWE and we got the chance to have the ladder matches and the cage matches, we took them to a different level. We opened up a lot of doors for a lot of smaller guys to do more athletic, interesting, and entertaining stuff.”
Please join us on February 16th when Family Wrestling Entertainment presents “No Limits“! The event has great lineup including the Tables, Ladders and Chairs match between Matt Hardy, Tommy Dreamer and Carlito for the FWE Heavyweight Championship! Also appearing is FWE Women’s Champion Maria Kanellis, FWE Tri-Borough Champion Damien Darling, FWE Tag-Team Champions Adrenaline Express, current TNA Knockout Gail Kim, Paul London, Chris Masters, Brian Kendrick plus the returns of the Young Bucks and Petey Williams!
FWE “ No Limits” will be held on February 16th in St. Patrick’s Gym, 9511 4th Avenue in Brooklyn NY at 8pm, with a free pre-show at 7pm and Autograph signings beginning at 5pm!. If you are unable to join us for the event live please be a part of event online with the FWE “No Limits” IPPV!
For more information and to order tickets or the “No Limits” IPPV please visit www.fwewrestling.com.
Hope you can witness all the action and excitement of Family Wrestling Entertainment at “No Limits”!
Former eight-time World Tag Team Champion, Matt Hardy, was one of the featured guests on this past week’s edition of the award-winning Monday Night Mayhem. You can now feel The Mayhem every week only on the WrestleView Radio Network.
Matt joined The Big Mosh and “The Chairman of the Board” Todd Vincent for his return to “Your Home of Wrestling Radio,” which is now available for FREE download, exclusively on the WrestleView Radio Network:
Matt Hardy / Monday Night Mayhem interview:
Interview highlights courtesy of WWEDVDNews.com’s Aaron Carnevale, MNM’s official contributor:
Why he sees himself as not a “cancer” in Ring of Honor, but as the company’s”cure”: ”I wanted to come to Ring of Honor to help. A lot of Ring of Honor die-hard fans think I’m the ‘cancer,’ but I don’t think I’m the ‘cancer.’ I think I’m the cure. Not only can I offer my experience and wisdom to these guys, but I can bring in a huge fan base as far as Hardy fans go. I want to change some things. I don’t want to take away what Ring of Honor stands for, but I do want to change it in a way where it evolves and grows.”
David Dexter is reporting that international superstar Matt Hardy will appear at Ring of Honor’s “Death Before Dishonor X” this weekend! Hardy paid Ring of Honor a surprise visit in Charlotte, NC during “Caged Hostility” to check out all the competition that had come up since he last appeared here back in the summer of 2005.