PodcastOne and WWE present: “30 YEARS OF WRESTLEMANIA” Episode 4 guest – Bret “Hitman” Hart
Since roaring onto the scene in 1985, WrestleMania has grown into a global pop culture phenomenon. Explore The Showcase of the Immortals from the perspective of the WWE Legends and Superstars who laid its foundation. Each episode, ring greats from the past and present join their host, WWE announcer Renee Young, to discuss their favorite matches, the upcoming 30th edition of WrestleMania, plus, the memories they look forward to reliving on WWE Network – WWE’s all-new 24/7 streaming network with a massive on-demand library.
Episode #4 of this podcast features the WWE Hall of Famer Bret “Hitman” Hart!
Primo’s Wrestling in Canada recently spoke with WWE Hall of Famer Bret “Hitman” Hart.Bret talks about wrestlers taking chairshots, his health, injuries, and much more. Bret says if Vince McMahon made him the boss of WWE he would make the titles mean more. Bret also says you would never have guys who are 15-time champions like Triple H and others.
Wrestling legend Bret Hartwill be making an autograph appearance at The Wrestling Universe in Flushing (Queens) NY on Saturday afternoon February 22nd from 12-2pm. Also appearing will be Angelina Love, Santana Garrett, and Chasity Taylor.
Pro Wrestling Syndicate presents “Homecoming Havoc” on Saturday night February 22nd as PWS returns home to The Rahway Rec Center on 275 East Milton Ave in Rahway NJ for the first time in over a year since Hurricane Sandy damaged the venue.
WWE Hall of Famer Bret Hart recently spoke with The Metro to promote WWE 2K14. Here are some highlights:
The new game features a ‘30 years of WrestleMania’ mode. What are your greatest memories of the ones in which you fought?
WrestleMania was a very special event for me, a bit like an American footballer playing in the Superbowl. I was there from the second one in 1986 to WrestleMania XIII in 1997. Facing The Nasty Boys at WrestleMania VII was one of my best tag-team matches and solidified my solo career, which virtually commenced the next day. Then Rowdy Roddy Piper at WrestleMania VIII established that my style and storylines were always going to be a little different to Hulk Hogan or Sycho Sid [Sid Vicious].
Arda Ocal (@arda_ocal) recently caught up with WWE Hall of Famer Bret “Hitman” Hart (@BretHart). In the interview, Hart talks about traveling up the roads in treacherous weather conditions for his father Stu in Stampede wrestling, the coldest he’s ever felt, and Hart recalls a time wrestling outdoors in India vs the late Yokozuna that led to one of the grossest things he had ever seen in the ring during his career.
The first son of Stu Hart and the oldest brother of Bret Hart and Owen Hart, Smith Hart is now writing for PWMania.com. Hart posted his debut column talking about WWE and problems in pro wrestling today. Here is an excerpt from his first entry:
“I recently posted on my twitter account, @smithhart1, a simple comment that in return received plenty of replies. The comment read:
“Fans wonder why Cena gets pushes so hard its simple. Cena fans buy ppvs, punk/bryan fans are more apt to pirate ppvs”.
This comment was not meant to disparage CM Punk, Daniel Bryan or John Cena or for that matter any other talented internet darling.
Bret “The Hitman” Hartparticipated in a Q&A on his Twitter account this week. Here are a few questions he answered.
Bret Hart would you ever consider doing some freelance “road agenting” for the WWE? Bret Hart: boxbrown Sure … I would think about it. But I certainly would not want to go back on the road again.
What’s one major change you’d make to the presentation of the WWE TV product? Bret Hart: I would make the Slammy’s a legitimate awards night. Where the best bumpers, dramatic performance and spectacular move are credited
After the Hart Foundation cost Randy “Macho Man” Savage the Intercontinental championship in a match with the Honky Tonk Man on the previous Saturday Night’s Main Event, Savage vowed to get even with Bret Hart.
Welcome to OWW Radio! Each week David (@dlb19338) and Alex (@AlexGoff84) will provide perspective to the WWE, TNA, and everything else making news in the world of professional wrestling. A new episode will be posted each week. This week David is joined by Julie Hart (@HartFaith). Julie is the former wife of Bret “Hit Man” Hart and the author of the new book, “Hart Strings: My Life with Bret and the Hart Family”. This book is an interesting account of Julie’s time spent married to one of the world’s most famous pro wrestlers. During the interview David and Julie talk about Bret’s career, traveling the world, their four children, the legendary Stu Hart, the highs and lows of her childhood, and much, much more!
Welcome to OWW Radio! Each week hosts David (@dlb19338) and Alex (@AlexGoff84) will provide perspective to the WWE, TNA, and everything else making news in the world of professional wrestling. A new episode will be posted each week. This week David is joined by Joe Dombrowski (@Joe_Dombrowski), the Executive Producer of PRIME Wrestling TV and the producer / host of the DVD “The Montreal Theory”. We talk about the DVD itself and the infamous Survivor Series match between WWF champion Bret “Hit Man” Hartand challenger Shawn Michaels. After all of his research, what does Joe think really happened? We hope you enjoy this look back at a real turning point in wrestling history!