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Video: Matt Hardy Updates His Health Condition & Footage Of His Incident
By Michael Bluth
Nov 19, 2012 - 10:30:11 AM

Matt Hardy posted the following video on Monday updating fans on his health status following the health trauma he sustained at Saturday night's Extreme Rising iPPV.

Hardy says after he was pushed off the top rope during his main event match against Shane Douglas, lost control of his body and his head hit the unpadded arena floor. Hardy says he was unconscious for 10-15 minutes, began convulsing when he tried to speak and vomited 3 times, including on his girlfriend Reby Sky.

Luckily for him, doctors found no signs of long term concussion effects, so he should make a full recovery.

The video below contains Matt's comments as well as footage of the incident:

After suffering a very serious injury at #ExtremeRising's "Remember November" event in Pittsburgh, I update everyone and give thanks for all of the wonderful support I've had.



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