Matt Hardy has had a legendary career with WWE and he is known as one of the best pro wrestlers. His career has had legendary run-ins with people like Triple H and many others.

Matt Hardy recently spoke on his podcast, The Extreme Life of Matt Hardy and he talked about WrestleMania 33. He also began to explain what his relationship with Triple H was like today as he discussed WrestleMania 33.

“Then Triple H reached out, spoke to him. We talked about some terms, and how long we wanted to go, we said we didn’t want to do this for five years, obviously. We don’t know how much longer we’ve got left, we are obviously getting a little older, and we came out to a comfortable arrangement. They gave us an incredible offer. And we went back to WWE making the most money we ever made there, for a guarantee, so it was a good deal. I told Hunter, ‘we spoke to The Young Bucks, and we had this thing worked out where we were going to do an inter-promotional angle between TNA and Ring Of Honor where we were going to work with one another. But, it’s still on the table. We can go to ROH, and win the Tag Team Titles, and hold them throughout, we can drop them the night before WrestleMania.’”

Things got tense with Triple H but it’s not the same today. Matt Hardy had a different relationship with him after he retired and became an executive with WWE.

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“But, whenever I came back to WWE those last years, 2017 through 2020, I had a great relationship with him. I feel like once he retired from being a full-time wrestler, and he was more of an office person, and NXT was really like his huge passion, and he loved that so much with every iota of his heart. That was really special to him, building that from the ground up, and creating something special. I got along great with him.”

Matt Hardy also spoke about Triple H’s retirement and he even reached out to him. The WWE stars had put aside their differences at that moment.

“It is what it is, we all have to retire one day. I remember I reached out to him after I heard about his condition, and spoke to him briefly. Obviously, I have known Paul for a very long time, and worked with him many, many times, and had good experiences with him. He’s incredible in the ring, one of the smoothest workers you’ll ever be in the ring with. Really smart, a student of the game, loves the business. Obviously, I love this insane sh*t, so I really bond with anybody who has that much of a love for it.”