Jeff Hardy weighs-in on Matt Hardy's scary bump at AEW All Out.
Matt Hardy's well-being was the major talking point coming out of September's AEW All Out event. During his Broken Rules Match with Sammy Guevara, the match came to an abrupt end at All Out after a fall from the top of a scissor lift saw Matt Hardy hit his head on the concrete and immediately show signs of a concussion. Although the match was initially stopped, it would be resumed and Matt Hardy would get the win after pushing Sammy Guevara off of a high platform.
Immediately after the bout, Reby Hardy showed signs of frustration with how the injury was handled. On the other side, Tony Khan would say that he was certain Matt did not have a concussion.
In a new interview with Metro in the UK, Jeff Hardy weighs in on his brother's concussion scare, calling the moment “terrifying.”
”Terrifying! When he tried to get up and then he fell down – when you hit your head hard, that’s scary stuff. That was scary, man, with Matt – flesh on concrete, it was scary when he couldn’t walk. Gosh, man – thank God he’s okay, but that’s part of the game.”
Continuing on, Jeff would compare it to a recent bump that he took during a match with Elias on Monday Night Raw.
“Even in that Symphony of Destruction match with Elias, people thought my head was messed up from the stairs but it was easy, my head is fine," he said. “When I did the Whisper in the Wind and he hit me in the butt with the guitar, my back is still messed up from that. ‘But that’s part of the job, you know – you’re gonna get hurt.”
Currently, Jeff Hardy is paired with Matt Riddle on Monday Night Raw as “The Hardy Bros.” Matt Hardy reacted to this by saying Vince McMahon is so obsessed with his legacy that he created this team. Learn more at this link.