Things keep happening regarding the debate over who owns Matt Hardy’s “Broken Universe” characters, and the situation keeps getting less pretty and less amicable. The latest salvo was fired by Impact Wrestling this week, when Anthem’s Ed Nordholm released a “log” of contact between Impact’s lawyers and Matt and WWE’s lawyers, as well as portions of what he claims is Hardy’s most recent contract.
While there are some fans who think Impact has had a “mic drop” moment and proved pretty definitively that they have the upper hand in this lawsuit, others think this is a pretty bad look for a company president, and also believe it’s not very cool (and probably violates some very real confidentiality agreements) to publicly share a former employee’s contract.
We figured it wouldn’t take long for some insiders to weigh in on this latest development, but we didn’t really expect it to all happen at once. Jim Ross, Eric Bischoff, and Taz have all shared their thoughts, and none of them are very happy with Impact Wrestling.