Feb 04, 2014 02:20 PM EST | James Knight (J.email@example.com)
Last week former WWE champion Matt Hardy and his wife Reby Sky were both arrested for assaulting each other in a motel room. Meanwhile, WWE superstar C.M. Punk is reportedly leaving the company after wrestler-turned-actor Batista won the Royal Rumble. Punk reportedly wants to headline the main event at Wrestlemania.
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Matt Hardy may not be in the WWE anymore, but that hasn’t stopped him from wrestling. His latest match took place at the Hampton Inn in Emporia, VA . His opponent?
His wife, wrestler/model Reby Sky.
The two were both arrested after another guest reported the fight to the clerk.
In the 911 recording, the motel clerk can be heard telling the operator:
"A guest just came down here and said somebody's beating the hell out of his wife a girl or something."
Mugshots of both wrestlers were released and they were both covered in scratches. From the looks of the photos, Reby Sky, real name Rebecca Hardy, won the match, however, she is married to Matt Hardy, so is that really winning?
Both were released on bail and reportedly had restraining orders put out against each other. Now the couple is reportedly reunited.
Meanwhile, speaking of punks, wrestler C.M. Punk is reportedly threatening to leave the WWE. According to reports, Punk is not happy with the way the Royal Rumble ended.
Punk allegedly doesn’t feel that part-time-wrestler-turned actor, Dave Batista, should have won the match. Batista is now heading straight to the headlining match at Wrestlemania, a spot Punk reportedly feels that he owns.
Matt Hardy even chimed in on the rumors about Punk, when he tweeted:
“So Punk allegedly walked out & quit WWE. Interesting. It's impossible 2 understand the toll that job can have on you-unless you've lived it.”
Yeah, because giving up a career you worked your whole life for and a whole lot of money over a hissy fit is the best life decision.
What do you think about all the recent WWE news?
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