Is Matt Hardy next to succeed Drave Maverick as GM of the cruisers? At the moment there is no indication that the new representative of the Authors of Pain put aside his post at 205 Live but the problems could appear sooner or later and he has already been speculating about the possibility of being replaced.
And one of the first names that emerge in the game of fans to find such hypothetical substitute is the eldest brother Hardy whose history in the division was not very long but enough to win the Cruiserweight Championship in a single opportunity at the No Way Out 2003 event.
By then, Hardy was only 29 years old and a much smaller weight than the current one which did not pose a problem when defending his title against other lightweights.
Now, however, not only would it be difficult to see him again in a ring of that category, since his career is in a parade that points to a potential retirement.
Meanwhile, the gladiator has been alternating his time between the production of fights in the weekly programs and his family. And in his spare time, he has continued to create content with his peculiar Woken character. And the last striking piece came as follows:
205.. I’M COMING. pic.twitter.com/wp6I49GhbK
— MATTHEW MOORE HARDY (@MATTHARDYBRAND) September 7, 2018
An indicative of your arrival at the purple mark (205 live), or a simple joke in front of the speculations? The truth is that a role in the cruiserweight show could be taken as a step back but there is no doubt that it would be of great help for a 205 Live that screams for individuals with personality. And nobody better than him to fulfill that job.
The possibilities of accommodating your character in the program are endless as well as interesting. A second edition of the Final Deletion, this time with Cruiserweight Superstars would come as a glove to attract glances and why not, to introduce new names to the equation, such as the family’s friend The Hurricane.