So I just never it was odd I never knew him, but I didn't know that I didn't know him, because I saw him everyday. And I do feel like I've always just leaned on 'Oh I'm a tomboy, I'm into like you know, cool dude stuff, I'm into skateboarding, I'm into hardcore, I'm into martial arts', because it's like, yeah I wanted approval from guys.And the moment my parents split up, we pretty much never talked. I wanted to be around things that the guys were doing and I wanted them to be like 'Wow you can do this as good as me, high-five'.
He's like 'Okay that seems like the mature adult thing to do'." The whole thing being turned into a storyline between Matt and Edge: "It became such a hot story and they said 'They want to turn this into a story, but you guys have been professional, he [Matt] hasn't, there is money involved in this storyline, but it's your call'.The way we view life, our interests, they don't really align you know?" When Amy and Edge began bonding: "I know both of us were kind of like, 'Oh sh*t' you know once we started to-to realize we were more than just two bros just hanging out.So it was like, 'okay, we can depend on him now and we can depend on him to lead Smack Down while John leads RAW'.And that's truly what that felt like." With respect to the art-imitating-life onscreen scenario involving Edge, Hardy, and Lita, the 11-time world champion claimed that he understood the decision to make the affair into a storyline from a business perspective.