Pro wrestling veteran Matt Hardy is one of the biggest stars in the industry as he has worked for all of the top wrestling promotions in the world and he has even won championship titles in the companies he has worked for. Matt Hardy reached new heights and became even more popular due to him making some changes to his persona every now and then, with the “Broken” character being the most popular and the reason for the WWE to have him return and eventually sign with AEW.
Hardy was set to make his AEW in-ring debut on the March 18, 2020 episode of Dynamite, with him using his “Broken” gimmick, when he was announced as the replacement of The Elite’s Nick Jackson during the Blood And Guts special, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the event was postponed for one year and he made his AEW in-ring debut on the May 6 episode of Dynamite, teaming up with Kenny Omega for a Street Fight against The Inner Circle’s Chris Jericho and Sammy Guevara.
The wrestling veteran felt that since he introduced his “Broken” persona in AEW during the time there was no fans in attendance and shows were taking place in empty arenas, he needed to make some changes to the “Broken” character, which is why he began to tweak his gimmick and introduced “Big Money Matt” and even started a faction called The Hardy Family Office.
A fan recently took to his Twitter and asked if we have seen the end of the “Big Money Matt” gimmick, to which Matt Hardy responded that the AEW fans appreciates real, so he is gearing more towards “Matt Hardy” from this day forward and he will focus on being more authentic.
You can check out Matt Hardy’s tweet below: