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WrestleMania 25 in Review - Match #4 - Extreme Rules: Matt Hardy vs Jeff Hardy

Match four of WrestleMania 25 took on a family feel, as it was brother vs brother as Matt and Jeff Hardy did battle in Extreme Rules. Here's our breakdown of the latest match at Mania:

Matt Loede:This was more brutal than I thought, but at the same time, it wasn't as good as I thought it was going to be. Give it to Jeff for trying though, it's amazing that at the end of the day he's even able to walk given all the crazy moves that he misses. As for Matt, the only thing I can say is that he did a solid job here, and all I can think is that they are going to keep this thing going. Overall, a good ending, and a cool visual with Matt doing the Twist of Fate on Jeff on the chair. I thought this would be the end of this feud, but I guess not.

John Sefcik:Now that's extreme. Hey ECW, take note and return to your roots. How does Jeff Hardy walk away from a failed drop off the high ladder and twist of fate while his head is in a chair. The length these two went to in this match is unbelievable. They definitely picked up interest in Mania after the great opening with Money in the Bank. If they continue this feud it will be hard to top this match. We'll have to wait and see were this goes from here. Hopefully both Hardy's will avoid any major injury trying to keep the momentum going.

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