â<80><9c>I am feeling ok, I have definitely been better,â<80> said the recovering Hardy. â<80><9c>The surgery lasted between 60-90 minutes, and the prognosis was that I was lucky they got in there when they did.â<80> Matt continued, â<80><9c>The appendix had already ruptured, and the toxins from that rupture were poisoning my body. I am used to the aches from my career, but this was the most miserable pain I had ever experienced. I had cold chills with hot sweats, and just couldnâ<80><99>t find a comfortable way to lie down or sit. I felt like I was dying it was so bad.â<80>
The problem became serious when Hardy made his way to Tampa last night. â<80><9c>I made my way to the arena last night, and still was in such considerable pain that I went straight to the trainerâ<80><99>s room, and they sent me to the hospital for a CT scan.â<80> The scan revealed the enflamed appendix, but the burst was not seen until the appendectomy was underway. Now Matt Hardy must face a road of recovery that will see him out of action much longer than he had envisioned as he chases the United States Championship held by MVP. â<80><9c>I will be here in the hospital until the antibiotics clean the rest of the toxins from my body, and then from there it will be anywhere from 8-10 weeks before I get back into action,â<80> Hardy explained.