Wwe Tickets - Bret 'hit Man' Hart
Known as the "Excellence of Execution," Bret Hart was one of the best wrestlers in the WWE
. Hart broke down his opponents with his submission moves before he locked in on the Sharpshooter, from which few escaped. The "Hit Man" also had the uncanny instinct for creating pinning predicaments out of opponents' holds when things looked their most bleak.
He made his WWE debut as a tag-team specialist alongside Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart. The duo was known as the Hart Foundation, an up-and-coming tag-team of the '80s. On Jan. 26, 1987, the Hart Foundation stunned the sports-entertainment world by winning the World Tag Team Championship. The defeated the British Bulldogs with a tandem clothesline that would be later called the "Heart Attack" finisher.
The Hart Foundation would go on to have many memorable bouts against the biggest tag-team divisions in the WWE, which included the Nasty Boys, Demolition and Strike Force. After four years of partnership and two lengthy reigns as World Tag Team Champions, Hart and Neidhart went their separate ways. The "Hit Man" had a very successful solo career. In 1991, he defeated Mr. Perfect for the Intercontinental Championship. But Hart's cocky attitude cost him his title a year later when the Mountie defeated him.
The WWE superstar won back the Intercontinental Championship by beating his old friend, Rowdy Roddy Piper. However, the "Hit Man" would lose his title for the second-and-final time against his brother-in-law, Davey Boy Smith. The match was held in front of 80, 000 screaming fans in London's Wembley Stadium. After the 25-minute match, Hart shook Smith's hand and celebrated in the ring with his brother-in-law and sister, Diana.
Hart achieved his greatest accomplishment in October 1992, when he forced the legendary world champion Ric Flair to submit to the Sharpshooter. Hart captured his first WWE Championship belt and proclaimed, "I'm the best there is, the best there was, and the best there ever will be." Get WWE tickets and see your favorite wrestler body slam his opponent.
The grappler faced his biggest competition at WrestleMania IX, when the 500-pound plus Yokozuna challenged him for the WWE Championship. Hart was able to trap Yokozuna in the Sharpshooter, but Mr. Fuji (Yokozuna's manager) tossed salt in Hart's eyes. Yokozuna won the battle and took the WWE Championship away from the "Excellence of Execution."
In 1994, the "Hit Man" rebounded and co-won the Royal Rumble, then won two matches in one night at WrestleMania X to capture the WWE Championship for the second time. The wrestler retained his title until he lost it in a Submission Match against Bob Backlund at the 1994 Survivor Series. He won his third crown after he defeated Shawn Michaels' 7-foot former bodyguard.
Soon after, a long rivalry with "Stone Cold" Steve Austin began and the "Hit Man" recruited his former tag-team partner Neidhart, brother Owen Hart, brother-in-law British Bulldog, and Brian Pillman to reform the Hart Foundation to battle Austin. During the rivalry, "Stone Cold" cost the "Hit Man" his fourth WWE Championship when he helped Sycho Sid beat Hart in an intense match. Perhaps Hart's most memorable title was his fifth and final WWE Championship. He overcame the odds to beat the 6-foot-10, 328 pound wrestler known as the Undertaker in August 1997.
by: Brent Warnken
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