TNA star Matt Hardy spoke with Journey Of A Frontman recently about his transition back into TNA. You can check out highlights below, and the full interview at this link.

Being back on a TV-14 show:

"It's enjoyable. I feel as I get older and now a father, I try to be a little more conscious of the things I would say and do. I try to be more creative as opposed to using a cheap word, cursing or something vulgar, to get a reaction. I try to be more thoughtful about that, but it is nice to have that freedom and that wiggle room to go out and be edgy if you really need to be in a particular situation."

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Getting Shane Helms involved with TNA Wrestling"

"I was speaking with Josh Mathews and they were wanting to update some of the agents and producers. Shane Helms was a name that we talked about and I thought he would be great for the job. That is a tailor-made gig for him just because he has such a great wrestling mind. I suggested Shane and they brought him down. They tried him out and lo and behold, he was hired almost immediately. No disrespect to any other agents, but I think Shane is the most creative and fresh producer that is working in TNA right now."

The best heel in wrestling:

"Eric Young is an excellent heel. I think Eric Young is a really, really good heel because he does things intentionally so that you don't want to cheer him, you don't want to get behind him and you don't want to support him."

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