I hope everyone that comes across this message is healthy, happy, and doing well. I am physically doing great, as I feel I am approaching being in the best shape I’ve ever been in. Mentally I am trying to focus all of my emotions and aggressions towards training intensely to return to the ring. I am extremely excited about stepping back into a WWE ring, and doing what I do best. I am currently giving all my love and dedication to my career– I know that I will appreciate it, unlike others. This time around it’s about me, Matt Hardy–and us, my tried and true supporters. In the past, I’ve always been a major team player–Jeff, Amy, Shannon–not to take away from any of their abilities–but none of them would be what they are now without my help and leadership. I know each one of them know that. They all helped me in ways as well, but ultimately, I always led the troops, I always called the shots. I was the one who made sure everyone looked good and highlighted everyone’s strengths. I was the ultimate team player–but this time it’s about me and the CULT known as the MFers.
I can not thank everyone enough that has supported me during this tumultuous time in my life and career. The love that has been on display for me everywhere has been phenomenal. I promise to reciprocate that to each and every one of you. If you have ever met me, you know that I always go the extra mile for a true supporter. Others forget, but I never will, “Without you there is no me”. Thanks for thinking about me, talking about me, feeling for me, chanting for me, whatever it may be. THANK YOU. I also want to thank the WWE for taking such great care of me while I’ve been out hurt. The WWE has been nothing short of amazing in looking after me while I’ve been at home busting my ass rehabbing to return. Too bad I can’t say that about everyone.
Every time I look at the scar on my left knee from my reconstructive surgery, I realize how much has changed in such a short time. Things have changed and occurred that I have no control of, although they will change the path my life takes. Ironically enough, I had made some vignettes explaining how “The Scar Will Become A Symbol”. Well, the scar has become a symbol–a symbol of my new life and new direction.
I have a lot to offer the wrestling business, and I have even more to offer the world as a person. I will rise above, I will prevail–I always do. They say “what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger “–so I should be pretty powerful these days. It’s always on my mind to help others, and make them smile–to be a better person and make a difference in a world that needs people to make a difference. I am the epitome of truth and reality, and nothing is going to change that. I will always continue to believe that “good things happen to good people”, even though there are bumps in the road. I also believe in what goes around comes around–and karma’s a bitch. If we make mistakes, no matter on what level, we have to correct those mistakes, we have to make things right. If we don’t correct a mistake, or at least attempt to correct it, then it wasn’t ever accidental or unintentional, it was deliberate. May God bless us all, and I wish for us to be well….