WWE Rumors: Broken Matt Hardy coming to WWE; Triple H interested in signing him

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Broken Matt Hardy has been making headlines for the past several months due to the entertainment value he provides. According to the latest rumors, Triple H is interested in bringing Broken Matt to the WWE once his contract with TNA Wrestling expires in early 2017.

The character came alive last May when Matt was “broken” by his brother Jeff in a series of matches. Broken Matt Hardy instantly became one of those acts that are “so bad, it’s good” and it has caught the attention of his former employers.

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According to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Triple H wants to bring Broken Matt to the WWE but he cannot negotiate with him at the moment due to his contract with TNA. However, The Game has already sent out feelers to Hardy’s camp.

The WWE has been trying to bring back former talents but only a handful of superstars have signed a deal. Jinder Mahal is currently on Monday Night Raw while Shelton Benjamin and Curt Hawkins have yet to make their debuts for SmackDown Live.

It should be noted that the Broken Matt Hardy has expressed his desire to return to the WWE one day. He told Sports Illustrated that he wants to have a match with Bray Wyatt, who almost has the same gimmick as him.

“I would love, one day down that road, to show up in WWE and have a match with the Bray Wyatt. I would love to bring him to my battlefield and delete him. That would be my honor,” Broken Matt said.

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Nevertheless, these are just rumors at the moment and should be taken with a grain of salt. The WWE is in need of former talents but their rigorous schedule is a deal breaker. Former WWE superstars are happier working on independent promotions.

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