Matt Cardona is a huge fan of Disney theme parks. Chelsea Green, his wife and currently also a colleague at Impact, is all too aware of this. Well, the current Knockouts World Tag Team Champion confirmed to Gaw TV how deep that passion of the man he chose to marry is.
But, above all, how this passion, after a few too many drinks, led him to order a Mickey-themed artwork to give her to hang at home. Too bad that she, the painting in question, did not really like it. Chelsea told: "Here's what happened.
Matt had just come home from the Walt Disney World Resort. Too bad the park was hosting the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival at the time and he came back drunk. And there he ordered this." And at that point, during the interview, the wrestler pointed to a painting.
Which, therefore, still stands out in their home. The protests of his wife against Matt Cardona were of little use: "I tried to make him understand, just for his information, that launching into the world of art collecting should be a step we should take together.
In short, before buying a painting for home, perhaps we should be sure that the purchase convinces both of them at least. " Even if she doesn't like the painting chosen by a tremendously drunk Matt Cardona, Chelsea Green has also committed herself to give him a gift of hers for her birthday.
And so she did, sourcing a matching painting that features both Mickey and Minnie, with subtle hints to their real lives. "I actually found the artist who made it and asked him if he could make a custom piece for me. And if you look closely, Mickey's tail is a star, representing America, and Mickey's tail is a star.
Minnie is a maple leaf. Which instead represents Canada." The two actually spend a lot of time in the parks, with other wrestlers who are big Disney fans in their private lives, like Cody and Brandi Rhodes. Chelsea Green, however, has made it clear that she is a normal-level Disney lover, unlike her husband.
"Matt is completely crazy, he's a five out of five star Disney fan. He knows everything. Not about Disney movies, by the way, but about parks. Crazy stuff."