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Matt Hardy Reveals WWE Had Plans For Ken Kennedy To Beat The Undertaker For The World Title In 2007

Matt Hardy Reveals WWE Had Plans For Ken Kennedy To Beat The Undertaker For The World Title In 2007

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Matt Hardy answers some fan questions on the "Ask Matt Anything" episode of the "The Extreme Life of Matt Hardy" podcast.

Matt was asked if we would ever see Brockenhausen, and he replied that I would love to see a Brokenhausen in some way. Check out the complete statement below.



"That would be a lot of fun. I would love to do that, and who knows? It's wrestling, so never say never. I would say at some point, we will definitely get a Broken Matt Hardy and Danhausen tag team. That'd be a lot of fun. I'm a fan of his work. I love how committed he is to the bit and how committed he is to the character, and he's never broken out of that character on a large scene. So people still buy into it, which is so great. Once again, my hat's off. Kudos to him for being so dedicated. I would love to see a Brokenhausen in some way."

Hardy spoke about the plans that were in place after Mr. Kennedy won the 2007 WWE Money in the Bank briefcase:

"Undertaker was going to be out to have surgery. The initial plan at that time was for Ken Kennedy to cash the Money in the Bank in and win the title from The Undertaker, but some things happened at that point that ended up changing. The reason Vince decided to have me go out and beat Mr. Kennedy at that point was that whenever he won the World title, he would have a competitor, someone to work with automatically. So I was being set up for a World title program with Ken Kennedy who was going to defeat The Undertaker for the championship. But if I'm not mistaken, I feel like Ken got hurt. I think he got hurt and then he had to drop it (the Money in the Bank) to Edge, who beat Undertaker.

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