For fans of "Broken" Matt Hardy and the elaborate segments at the Hardy compound such as "The Final Deletion", Christmas could be coming early.
The Wrestling Observer reports that TNA's plans through the end of the year for its Impact Wrestling TV program include two Hardy-centric episodes of the program. The first, "Total Nonstop Deletion", is scheduled to air Dec. 15 and feature an "Apocalypto" tag match. The Observer reported that a special two-hour "Hardy Family Christmas" could air the following week, on Dec. 22. Both would be filmed from the Hardy compound in Cameron, N.C.
As for the "Apocalypto" match, Hardy has been hyping it on Twitter, inviting "every tag team in history" to come and participate in the match. He even has challenged the New Day, the current WWE Raw Tag Champions, and ROH World Tag Champions the Young Bucks to the match, saying that he would appear on WWE and/or ROH TV in return if either team accepted.
The first major segment at the Hardy compound, "The Final Deletion", was a one-on-one match between Matt Hardy and his brother, Jeff Hardy, that aired in July and set a ratings record for Impact Wrestling since it moved to Pop! TV at the first of the year. The second installment in the series, "Delete Or Decay", aired last month and pit the Hardys as a team against Abyss and Crazzy Steve. Matt's wife, Reby, and the Decay's manager Rosemary also got involved.
The Hardys are the current TNA Tag Champions.