OK, I haven't seen this one around so I'll just pose the question. Feel free to give an opinion to your answer, and just so you all know, the other option is restricted to those who are already retired or are over the age of 35.
Spine Rip said:
Hey man you said it all right there! Hitman rules!MKLegacy said:I forgot to mention that i agree with Spine Rip...Bret Hart had a marvelous career..... he made it possible for smaller wrestlers to be maineventers it all started in the summer of 1992 ..with the 5th annual SummerSlam..live from Wembley Stadium in London England.... there in the ppvs mainevent Bret Hart became the 1st person ( and only to this date) to mainevent a ppv card solely as InterContinental champion.. he defended the title against his brother in law David Smith..better known as the British Bulldog.... he dropped the title that night and 2 monthes later he defeated the legendary ric flair to win his first WWF championship...hart then proceeded to transition the WWF into the post hogan era and converted the attention of the company away from the Steriod Scandal involving ... among others..Vince McMahon & Hulk Hogan.... he was WWFs antithesis to hulk hogan..he was everything hogan wasnt..including a great wrestler
Another testimate to Harts legacy and career is that he made 2 of wrestlings greatest names what they are today..those 2 being Shawn Michales (weather you like it or not_ and Steve Austin