Bret Hart’s Brother Talks About WWE Unifying Their World Titles & More

Posted by Matt Boone December 6, 2013 7 Comments reader Phil Johnson sent along the following:

The first son of Stu Hart and the oldest brother of Bret and Owen Hart, has published a new column at Hart talks about the world title unification and more. Here is an excerpt from his entry:

“The problem is not with the unification itself, but rather the circumstances which surround it. First and foremost, a match of this calibre is something that should be built to over a period of time. “Hot-shotting” it to the next PPV with less than 3 weeks notice is such a waste of a golden opportunity. Second, the wrong talent are fighting for the opportunity.

Both Cena and Orton are fabulous superstars but both have reached their respective pinnacles. Part of the success of Jericho’s unification was the creation of a new top star, whom to this day lays claim to having beat both Steve Austin and The Rock in the same night to win the undisputed championship.”

You can read Hart’s column in full at this link.