Matt Hardy Reveals What Went Wrong With The Hardy Family Office

Matt Hardy on the Hardy Family Office

After transitioning away from his Broken moniker in All Elite Wrestling, Matt Hardy returned to his old Big Money Matt gimmick and ended up leading a faction in the Hardy Family Office. The group was originally only composed of Hardy and Private Party but The Butcher and The Blade and The Hybrid2 soon found themselves joining the HFO. 

On the latest edition of The Extreme Life of Matt Hardy podcast, the former TNA World Heavyweight Champion revealed what went wrong with the HFO: 

"We actually got pretty hot at that point with the six-man tags we were doing as heels with Big Money Matt. I really feel like we had a lot of momentum. We were doing good and we would have continued to elevate as a trios tag until we started adding people. Tony said, 'We don't have anyone speaking for Butcher and Blade now. They're better when they have a mouthpiece. Do you mind if I put them with you?' I was like, 'Sure, I'll do that.' But then it became a little excessive. Then they had TH2. It became so watered down. I know in the notes, you kind of describe the HFO as the Island of Misfit Toys. I described it at the time as the Island of Misfit Toys. That's exactly how I describe the group. It became so many guys that we really didn't know what to do with and it was kind of directionless. It just kind of ended up being people that would put other people over."

The HFO would later undergo a merger with Andrade El Idolo to form the AHFO. The faction would then vote to get rid of Matt before Jeff Hardy made his AEW debut to reform The Hardys. 

Matt is now a member of The Firm and he has found himself teaming with Ethan Page since late 2022. 

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