Matt Hardy On How Sting Handled The TNA Victory Road 2010 Incident

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AEW star Matt Hardy took to an episode of his “Extreme Life of Matt Hardy” podcast, where he talked about a number of topics including how “The Icon” Sting handled the incident at TNA Victory Road 2010 that saw his brother Jeff Hardy compete while under the influence.

Hardy said, “He’s always loved Jeff.” “He’s [Jeff] made mistakes, and he [Sting] said ‘I’ve made plenty of mistakes in the past as well.’ It was a mistake, and he said ‘I love him. He’s a good dude, he has a good soul.’ He loves him so much. That was his mentality for all that. He’s really good, man. He’s in a place where he has a very strong base in religion and he believes in forgiveness and that people deserve second chances. Just because someone who’s a good soul or a good person, if they make a mistake, even a couple of times, they’re still worth redeeming. And I really like that. It’s very optimistic and very much something that makes me love Sting so much. [It’s] something that really inspired me too, to always be very forgiving towards everyone.”

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