By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The Broken Hardy’s acknowledged in a recent WSVN-TV Entertainment clip that they have spoked with the WWE. In fact, when they did the interview, they gave concrete answers.
Broken Hardy did much of the speaking of the two – and he revealed that they spoke with WWE Chairman Vince McMahon, Triple H and others within WWE. And on Saturday night, The Broken Hardy’s lost their Ring of Honor Tag Team title belts to The Young Bucks in a vicious ladder match.
It was expected that the Broken Universe would lose the belts. Initially, it was thought that it would be a longer appearance within ROH. However, it was a short-term deal as they continued to work on their WWE contracts.
They were working on a deal to return to Impact Wrestling, where they have competed mainly since leaving the WWE. However, those talks broke down and a return home is going to happen soon.
The interviewee even asked Broken Hardy, who was on his “Deletion List.” At which time, he said Meek Mahan is at the very top, while Roman Reigns is also on the list. In addition, the multi-time champions said they would like to face The Usos (Jimmy and Jey Usos) or The Club (Gallows and Anderson) – the respective champions for Monday Night Raw or SmackDown Live!.
At this time, it is not clear what brand The Broken Universe will appear on.
The Hardy Boyz were in the WWE from 1998 through 2010. They were also a six-time WWF World Tag Team Champion, as a team.
They likelihood, if they go to the Raw brand, will appear at the Raw after WrestleMania. They could return on Tuesday should they go SmackDown Live!.
If they go to SmackDown Live!, they’ll receive better storylines, as the Raw brand storylines have been booked all the way through Survivor Series. It’s not expected that The Club will lose their belts on Sunday or for a while, so SmackDown Live! may be the best fit for them.
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