Reby Hardy Unleashes New Tweet-Storm On Impact Wrestling Over Broken Hardys Situation

Just more than a week removed from her initial Twitter rant against Impact Wrestling, Reby Hardy was back at it Saturday with a new set of claims against the promotion.

The wife of Matt Hardy embarked on her latest series of criticisms was sparked by what she described as "an absolutely laughable legal proposal trademark, usage, and ownership."

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Reby Hardy went on to tweet as follows:

Reby punctuated her initial rant, which took place March 10, with a tweet that tersely said, "F--- that owl". The Hardys now are selling a shirt with that saying from their own online store.

Here's the rest of her latest series of tweets:

If owning my husband was that important, why not file/apply - oh, I don't know - BEFORE his contract was up ? BEFORE you found out I did?

— Reby Hardy (@RebyHardy) March 18, 2017

We didn't bring legal garbage into this. TNA did. They want to bring the law into it, so can we. Simple as that. Anyone else questioning...

— Reby Hardy (@RebyHardy) March 19, 2017

...anything about my kid can pull a Maddox & dump your BS load elsewhere. Thanks

— Reby Hardy (@RebyHardy) March 19, 2017

Shit talk to your hearts content; it's the internet. But don't try & spit "facts" about someone's kid w/o knowing WTF you're talking about.

— Reby Hardy (@RebyHardy) March 19, 2017

Why do people think I care about being liked ? I clearly don't care about anything but my family at this point. Was that not made clear?

— Reby Hardy (@RebyHardy) March 19, 2017

On March 10, she posted a lengthy series of tweets against Impact, which is trying to claim ownership rights of the Broken Matt Hardy gimmick and tried to prevent the Hardys from appearing at the Ring of Honor 15th Anniversary pay-per-view. The Hardys are the current ROH tag champs.

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