Bret Hart: I Hated My Hall Of Fame Speech

Posted by Brad Davis March 16, 2012 Comments are off

recently spoke to Arda Ocal of The Score in Canada about his Hall of Fame speech and more. Check out the highlights:

On his WWE Hall Of Fame speech: “I hated it. I wasn’t out of my shell yet as far as public speaking. I was really nervous to get up and address all the things that happened with my brother Owen, me and Vince McMahon, so many things I had to talk about for the first time in front of a large crowd. I wished that I could have gone up and did it and done it over again like a second try. I just kinda rambled. I wish I could do it over again”

On the WrestleMania 2 Battle Royal:
“It was interesting. They always had something different then each one. The 3 cities, and the wrestlers watching the Pay Per View, I was in Chicago. What I always remember most was Andre and the battle royal. He (Andre The Giant ) really hated the football players. He didn’t like any of them. He kinda made a point of being more friendlier with guys like me and Jim “The Anvil”. He was always doing what he could to make us look good, which worked out of us”

An interesting fact about Bret Hart’s career is that he’s never injured another wrestler — However, Hart reveals one injury that he was at fault for:
“At Survivor Series 1995), I took out the Spanish announcer (as he fell into their table), I blew his knee out with my head. They should have took him away in a ambulance, he was all messed up, in great pain. I feel terrible about it. I hurt that poor Spanish commentator. I always felt really bad about it he was a really nice guy. I think I really messed his knee up.”

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