Imagine you’re a 10-year-old kid and you are all alone in your house with your little brother. Well, the first thing that must come to your mind and your brother’s, if you are both true WWE fans, is to start wrestling/fighting each other on the bed or sofa in the bedroom or living room and try those killer finishing moves you’ve been secretly practicing on him and try to pin him down and make him taste defeat. We’re pretty sure that whilst wrestling or just enjoying time with your brother, a thought must have come to your or his mind. What if everything was real, like if the atmosphere was as similar as WWE and a live audience was there to watch you with proper referees and the ring and commentators etc. You must’ve thought and also tried to recreate the same scene with your like-minded brother around you, but still couldn’t achieve the perfect scenario.
But, Bret Hart did. Who is Bret Hart, you ask? Bret Hart is a former professional grappler and a WWE wrestler who played in the tournament from 1984 to 2000. In 1992, Bret once had an opportunity to fight his real-life brother-in-law (spouse’s brother) Davey Boy Smith (nicknamed “The British Bulldog”) in London’s most famous Wembley Stadium, and more than 80,000 people were present to witness the iconic fight. Die-hard fans hailed the fight as something they would never forget, and it was the most beautiful thing ever witnessed in the WWE world. “One of the most beautiful masterpieces in the history of the great sport that is professional wrestling,” a user commented on the full match replay available on YouTube under WWE’s official channel. The British Dog defeated Bret Hart in the most exciting 25 minutes of a match anyone had ever seen. It was the definition of the main event back then; two talented wrestlers with a prestigious championship title on the line and equal opportunities for the trophy.
Bret Hart Age, Height, and Weight:
Bret Hart (birth name: Bret Sergeant Hart), also known as The Hitman, was born on the 2nd of July in the year 1957 (65 years of age) in Calgary, a city in cosmopolitan Alberta in the state of Canada. Bret ‘The Hitman’ Hart stands tall at 6 feet 1 inch or 185.5cm roughly, although he had a height below the average than the rest of his opponents or wrestlers (average height of WWE wrestlers: 6ft 3 in) he never let it affect his performance in matches or hinder his growth as a WWE Hall of Famer. Bret Hart’s weight is 107 kg or 235 lbs.
Bret Hart Early Life & Education:
Before gaining fame as a WWE wrestler, Bret Hart helped his old man Stu Hart by handing out fliers and placards at wrestling events that had information about the match and the stats of each of the wrestlers printed on them. Bret already hailed from a wrestling family. His father Stu Hart, was a retired wrestler turned booker and coach who took bets from people on the matches and also trained young aspiring kids who were dreaming of making it big in the grappling/wrestling field. And Bret also mentioned that he was trained by his father alongside Mr. Hito (a Japanese wrestler) and Mr. Sakurada (a dragon master). Bret completed his high school in his hometown itself, Ernest Manning High School, and graduated from Mount Royal College.
Bret Hart Career:
Bret Hart’s highlight of his career was his most famous quote and his catchphrase, “The Best There Is, The Best There Was, The Best There Ever Will Be,” which he used in a wrestling match and shouted it to Vince McMahon during an argument during which the crowd went wild and started cheering for him, and at the same time, Vince looked clueless and exited the ring with his face down because of the humiliation. In his whole 16 years’ career, Bret was already famous for some of the best matches and his peak performances against British Bull Dog, his brother Owen Hart, Stone Cold, and Mr. Perfect. Bret Hart’s career also witnessed the dark side of the ring, the infamous Montreal ScrewJob, where Vince McMahon and his employees deliberately cheated and made Bret Hart lose in the ring after Vince forced the referee to call for the bell.
Bret Hart Relationship:
Bret Hart’s current wife is Stephanie Washington, whom he married in 2010. Before meeting Stephanie, Bret was married two times. He was in a relationship with Cinzia Rota from 2004 to 2007, and before that, the five-time WWE World Heavyweight Champion was legally married to Julie Hart for 20 years (1982 to 2002).
Bret Hart Net-Worth:
Bret’s majority of earnings come from his time when he played professional wrestling matches in WWE. As of 2022, Bret “The Hitman” Hart’s net worth is $15 million dollars. Bret has also published a couple of books, such as Hitman: My Real Life in the Cartoon World of Wrestling, and Bret “Hitman” Hart: The Best There Is, The Best There Was, and The Best There Ever Will Be, which also contribute towards his net worth. After leaving WWE and joining WCW, Bret’s salary skyrocketed, and according to his contract, he made a total of $2,500,000 during his time there. He also owns a hockey team that plays in the NHL (the Calgary Hitmen).
Bret Hart Social Media:
Bret Hart is profoundly active on Instagram (@brethitmanhart, 913K followers) as well as Twitter (@BretHart, 1.3 million followers) and basically posts photos of food he cooked, him signing books for his fans and remembering the old days by uploading BTS photos.
Faqs about Bret Hart :
Ans. Bret Hart was trained by his father, Mr. Hito (Japanese wrestler), and Mr. Sakurada (Dragon master).
Ans. As of 2022, Bret “The Hitman” Hart’s net worth is $15 Million Dollars.
Ans. Bret Hart’s current wife is Stephanie Washington whom he married in 2010.
Ans. Bret Hart’s social media handles are Instagram (@brethitmanhart), and Twitter (@BretHart).
Ans. Bret Hart’s famous catchphrase was The Best There Is, The Best There Was, The Best There Ever Will Be.
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