Hardy Boyz Brotherly Love Intact, For Now; Morrison, Hardy's Win Match

lee raydeanCorrespondent IAugust 22, 2009

I am back with another recap of a six-man tag team match on Smackdown last night. It was the Hardy Boyz and John Morrison vs C.M. Punk and the Hart Dynasty.

This was quite a match. Very physical and gut wrenching. Just when you think Punk and the Hart Dynasty had it, their opponent would kick out. The same with the Hardy's and John Morrison.

I, myself, wouldn't mind watching that match again. All six athlete's moves were precise and on the mark. They worked like well oiled machines.

D. H. Smith whose uncle is Bret Hart, showed that he is a Hart and has wrestling in his blood. His father is Davey Boy Smith and you can see that in his ring abilities.

All six men are capable of doing some serious damage, but last night, the team of Morrison and the Hardy Boyz had the upper hand and showed what they are made of.

They showed that they work well together and that they can depend on one another. It was good to see Matt and Jeff working side by side again.

Back to the match. Jeff and Matt had each other's back. Morrison had both of theirs. Same goes for the opposing team.

This six man tag team match was fast paced, and at times rapid tags in and out of the ring. Can't quite explain it but something was different with Jeff. Maybe it was because he and his brother became as one again.

Maybe its because he had enough of Punk and his preaching and wasn't going to take it anymore. He showed Punk and his teammates that he wasn't afraid of them and that Punk was not getting his belt at SummerSlam.

Now, some writers and fans want to know if Matt is playing Jeff and turn on him or interupt his match by helping Punk. From what I saw on Smackdown, my answer would be no, but you all know that anything can happen.

I hope Matt doesn't because that would be devastating for Jeff and everything that he stands for.

Fans we can only speculate about what may happen at SummerSlam and I hope Jeff keeps his belt. A TLC match is right up his alley, so I think he'll prevail.

Will be back after SummerSlam with a recap.