Away from WWE, the most exciting storyline in the wrestling industry has been Matt Hardy and his 'broken' gimmick in TNA.
His long-running series and promos of 'The Final Deletion' got the whole wrestling world talking, and it actually got people interested in TNA again.
Alongside his brother Jeff Hardy, Matt managed to create one of the best gimmicks in his career, with even legends like Jim Ross praising him for his work.
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In fact, the gimmick became so popular, it led to speculation that WWE wanted to sign the Hardy Boyz back in order to have the character on either Monday Night Raw or SmackDown LIVE.
Since then, Matt Hardy has subtly teased a return to WWE and has frequently commented about re-signing for Vince McMahon's company, or 'MeekMahan' as he likes to call him.
Those subtle teases haven't stopped either as Matt continues to discuss WWE and 'MeekMahan' on his official Twitter page.
The teasing on Twitter began when Matt posted a message about a vision he had. A vision that would see tag teams across the history of wrestling compete in one match.
He said it was an 'Open Invitational Tag Team #APOCALYPTO match at #TotalNonstopDELETION.'
You can see his original tweet below.
It didn't stop there though.
A fan and follower of Matt saw that tweet and replied by asking whether WWE Tag Team Champions The New Day could enter.
He said: 'even the WWE WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS THE NEW DAY?'
Then came the proposal and invitation from Matt Hardy to Vince McMahon.
He replied: 'INVITED. If MeekMahan allows The Day of New to appear at #TotalNonstopDELETION's #APOCALYPTO, I'll make an appearance on MeekMahan's Show.'
So now we are going to see just how much McMahon does want 'broken' Matt Hardy back on his product. Does he want it enough to let his Tag Team Champions appear on TNA?
That is, of course, if this open invitational match even comes to fruition.