What's up Matt?? I dig your articles a lot but you write them as rare as Cesaro's victory in WWE.
Waiting for the next great piece. Keep up the good work.
Hi mate. Just need you to do me a favor here. When WWE described Jeff Hardy as "one of the most popular WWE Champions in history" in their bio of him on his Alumni page, did they mean he was one of the most popular guys when he WWE Champion, or just one of the most popular guys overall? And what does 'WWE Champions' mean here; a WWE Champion (like John Cena is now) or any Champion in WWE (i.e IC or US or tag-team). Thanks in advance, Matt Here's the link: http://www.wwe.com/superstars/jeffhardy it's in his biography in the first paragraph! Big fan of your work btw!
Hi Matt, I'd just like to say thanks for replying to my comment, it means a lot. You're an amazing writer and I appreciate your work very much. :)
Cheers Matt! It was a fantastic read, thanks for that :)
You remind me of BR around 2009-11. When Chinmay, Rize and William Gullo were the masters. Keep writing. Also, I like how you don't rush to get more articles out for the sake of more hits, but take your time in putting out something exceptional. Quality over quantity always.
And you have a new fan in me now :D I just saw your articles and went through your former works too. The heel turn one, in particular, was excellent.
Just curious, like Sting arrived as THE face when Hogan and the NWO were running rampant, who do you think should be built up by WWE to the point where they can turn Cena heel and yet give an opponent whom people cheer for? Against most other opponents, people would cheer a heel Cena, so the face needs to be someone who can keep the crowd support firmly in his corner.
I think in 2-3 years, if used correctly, it could be Seth Rollins.
So this is what real journalism looks like. Thank you.
Awesome job on that heel turn article.