Matt Hardy's entrance music has been changed to something much more fitting of his new Woken character and more akin to when he was Broken in TNA.
In order to stay relevant in pro wrestling for an extended period of time, wrestlers need to constantly adapt and evolve their characters and their gimmicks. Just take a look at The Undertaker and Chris Jericho. Both men are terrific examples of Superstars who have continued to tweak their on-screen personas and that's why we still love them decades after they made their debuts.
One man who took more drastic measures when it came to freshening himself up for the fans was Matt Hardy. The multiple time Tag Team Champion created The Broken Universe while in TNA and needless to say it was a big hit. Now, Hardy has become Woken in WWE and bit by bit we are being reminded of what made it so great back in TNA.
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The latest element from the Broken Universe that has been adopted by WWE is Hardy's music. The upbeat Hardy Boyz music that he and Jeff have had for years and years hardly fits The Woken One's new condition. Instead, it seems that Hardy will now come to the ring to the much more apropos Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata. The song got its first outing in WWE at a live event earlier this week.
The song is one that he used in TNA and also one that his wife Reby would play on the piano on her husband's way to the ring sometimes. That's why The Woken One was asked on Twitter this week whether Reby would be making her WWE debut sometime soon, and whether it would be so that she could play him to the ring once more. Hardy replied that he fully expects her to at some point.
The pieces of the new Woken Universe are slowly but surely coming together. Pretty much every character from the TNA version of the gimmick has been mentioned in some form or fashion by Hardy on Twitter and it seems that WWE is letting Matt have a lot of say in what goes on with it. Hopefully, the music will debut on Raw this coming Monday and will have a video wall to go along with it.
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