SmackDown Superstar Matt Hardy has posted another blog commenting on former WWE wrestler Paul London — this time on his MySpace account. In his latest blog, he calls London a “psychopath.”
Regarding London, Hardy wrote: “To my hooligan friend-I actually appreciate when crazy, bitter people give me free publicity by addressing me in interviews that are supposed to be about them. Where I’m currently at now in my career, believe it or not, it actually helps promote the Matt Hardy you see on TV. So thanks. Thanks for giving the Black Cloud image credibility. I know you’ve probably got some more interviews coming up, so please, keep on ranting and raving and promoting me. It certainly doesn’t hurt my feelings or my paychecks. Especially when almost 100% of your comments are about nonsensical events and stories that never really happened. But I guess that’s what people that are mentally and emotionally unstable do. It’s really sad actually-when seemingly normal people that are so physically gifted can never capitalize on their talents because they’re psychopaths.”
In his first public interview since his release from WWE last week, London had some choice comments for the elder Hardy, calling him a “coward” among some other insults.
“All I remember was that I hate Matt Hardy,” London told the False Count radio show. “I think he’s a piece of s—. And I was trying to go into that (ladder match at Armageddon 2006) with as much of a professional mindset as possible without trying to murder this person. I think he’s a coward.”
In Hardy’s blog, he also comments on (wrestling) internet journalists. Hardy wrote: “I don’t hate or dislike the “internet journalist.” Some of these guys have a good grasp on our business. Unfortunately several of them don’t. Although I realize in actuality they are some of the biggest fans of our industry. And I do appreciate that. But like any other type of media, they often present their opinions and perspectives as facts, and their “facts” are frequently incorrect and wrong. It’s the nature of the beast.”
You can read Hardy’s blog in its entirety at the following link.
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