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#1 Posted on 5.4.06 1616.57 Reposted on: 5.4.13 1617.00
Hey folks, my radio station just got the opportunity to interview Matt Hardy. I'll be talking to him tomorrow morning (Thursday, April 6th). I already have a bunch of questions set up for him, but does anyone have any suggestions or things they want answered? Let me know and I'll see what I can do.
#2 Posted on 5.4.06 1624.00 Reposted on: 5.4.13 1625.11
Originally posted by StampedeFan23Hey folks, my radio station just got the opportunity to interview Matt Hardy. I'll be talking to him tomorrow morning (Thursday, April 6th). I already have a bunch of questions set up for him, but does anyone have any suggestions or things they want answered? Let me know and I'll see what I can do.
Apparently the first question should be "who else is on this line?"
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#4 Posted on 5.4.06 1639.35 Reposted on: 5.4.13 1643.07
One of my questions would be "How much of the Edge/Lita/Matt 'love triangle' was a work?", but I don't suppose he'd be able to honestly answer that question if, as I've started to suspect, the answer is "the whole thing".
Not that I'd be complaining, because if it was a work, it sure fooled the hell out of me and many, many other people.
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#7 Posted on 5.4.06 1730.26 Reposted on: 5.4.13 1730.28
He should be prepared to answer the usual stuff, like:
How much longer does he hope to be performing? Does he want to go as long as Flair?
Ask him about managers - and if he thinks Paul Heyman will be back.
Ask him to compare his own mic skills to others on the roster. He doesn't get to talk that often, even his fans will agree he butchers his lines when he does.
Tell him you understand most performers are critical of their own work, and the best are always trying to improve. Ask him what area he wants to improve the most in. I personally think he has gotten much better at selling, but he is still very much a spot fest wrestler, and tends to forget how to make the story seem more fluid.
He has had several very good matches against upper card performers, ask him what he thinks were the best. Who does he want to work with in a extended program, that he hasn't had a chance to yet?
Keep most of the questions about him, but fans want to know about other wrestler's as well. Ask him what Randy Orton did to deserve a 60 day suspension.
Have fun with this. From everything I have read about Matt, he comes off as a guy who would be fun to interview.