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Matt Hardy Opens Up About Losing His Mother To Brain Cancer In 1986

Posted By: Ben Pearce on Nov 01, 2018

Matt Hardy Opens Up About Losing His Mother To Brain Cancer In 1986

Matt Hardy recently spoke to Chasing Glory about seeing his mother, Ruby Moore Hardy, struggle and pass away due to brain cancer when he was 12. Below are interview highlights.

Her Fight After Diagnosis: 

“I remember her being sick, and from the time she was diagnosed with cancer she lived almost a year till the day. She went through a lot of tough treatments after surgeries of chemotherapy and radiation. I just remember her hair falling out and that bothering her so bad, and her wanting to have a wig and feeling uncomfortable going out in public whenever we did, I just remember feeling extremely sad, extremely sad and then when she did eventually get sick and then die, I say this until this day, I never thought she would pass away. I mean, I was like, I am just a kid, my mom can’t leave. I couldn’t even fathom it happening, and then when she did me, my brother and my dad were all there I remember hearing the lifeline machine go flat. I remember that like it was yesterday.”

His Dad's Reaction:

“I remember too where it was the first time I had seen my dad cry, and we were all sad and were all right there with her where we had that final moment with her where it gives you some closure at least. I remember my dad telling me that we have to be strong and move on because I know that would be what your mother would want. He was right. It was hard to fathom or understand that type of information the age that Jeff Hardy and I were, but he was right. In life there is going to be ups and downs, good and bad things, and really a lot of the battles in life are won just by how you react to things. There are going to be bad things that will happen, but you cannot allow that to be the end all and be all.”

Source: Chasing Glory Tags: #wwe #matt hardy
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