Matt Hardy recently posted a message on his social media. He said with so much information available at our fingertips, it’s hard to tell what’s real and what’s not. While he doesn’t specifically mention what he’s talking about, the message came just days after his brother, Jeff Hardy, was released by WWE.

Hardy posted a video encouraging fans to get all the facts before reaching a conclusion. He said sometimes it’s hard to see the bigger picture. He says fans shouldn’t pass judgment on situations without knowing as many facts as possible.

“In this day and age, there is so much information on the internet available to each and every one of us. Now, there’s so much we can read, but that doesn’t necessarily mean all of it’s correct. That doesn’t mean all of it is all accurate.

There’s also a lot of disinformation and misinformation and confusing information. There are so many people out there that will read one thing about a particular story and, because of that one piece of a bigger puzzle or bigger picture, they will jump to a conclusion. They will pass judgment on a situation.

The thing I ask of each and everyone out there is… When you hear about a situation and you find out one thing, make sure you find out as many facts as possible, get as many pieces of the puzzle, get as many pieces of the picture before you form a conclusion, because if you don’t, you may end up looking bad because it is very important in this day and age to know all the facts before you make a solid conclusion.”

Matt Hardy has been very supportive of his brother since his WWE release. Fans everywhere are hoping for the best. There are thousands who would love to see the story have a happy ending, with the Hardy Brothers reuniting one more time.

What do you think of Matt Hardy’s message? Let us know in the comments!

Michael Perry

Michael Perry is a news contributor for Ringside News and Thirsty for News. Michael has an M.A. in Communication Technology from Point Park University in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA.

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