Matt Hardy stated in a new MySpace blog that he will be starting a new training program as July 13th following the surgery on his abdomen last week to get in shape for his return to WWE TV.
Hardy said the following: “Today Is The Day.. That I start getting back to being me, Matt Hardy. Whether you love me or you hate me, you can’t deny my passion and drive.
I start my slow, yet gradual climb back to the top of the mountain. I refuse to lose. I hope each and every one of you are in my corner.. and if not, then so be it.
It’s time for Matt Hardy to be what I’m destined to be.. The World Heavyweight Champ. And I will! I’m free to get my total game where it needs to be.
Thank for sticking with me through thick and thin, good and bad-it will pay off in the long run! I truly love my real people…”
PWTorch.com Newsletter is reporting that TNA announcer Jeremy Borash during and interview on the Pain Clinic Radio Show over this past weekend indicated that TNA is still negotiating with an unnamed network to broadcast TNA’s “Spin Cycle” Internet show and that negotiations have been slow. TNA recently filmed two episodes of the “Politically Incorrect” style show. “Everything takes forever in TV.” “I would rather slit my wrists and poke my eyes out than go through more negotiations.”
Borash said he wishes things moved as fast in TV as they do in pro wrestling, but he said “negotiations in television may indeed be the slowest thing possible.” Borash was also asked about his potential radio show with Kurt Angle on Sirius satellite radio, which drew a groan from Borash. “Don’t get me going on that,” he said with disdain. Borash also promoted TNA’s house show tour in New York, which prompted him to compare WWE and TNA’s house show experience. He said TNA emphasizes the fan interaction of a live show because they’re only serving one master – the paying customer in the building. He added that his belief is that WWE doesn’t take care of paying customers inside the building and described their philosophy as “lazy and arrogant.”