Bret Hart On How He Thinks Wrestling Career Would’ve Gone Without Injury

5 months ago by Dave Adamson

Bret Hart On How He Thinks Wrestling Career Would’ve Gone Without Injury WWE

Bret Hart has shared his predictions for his wrestling career, if his time in the ring wasn’t cut short due to injury.

Hart’s wrestling career was cut short by a concussion and subsequent health issues, much to the disappointment of fans and Bret himself.

The Excellence of Execution made sporadic in-ring appearances for WWE in 2010, with Hart notably facing Vince McMahon in a No Holds Barred lumberjack match with plenty of smoke and mirrors at WrestleMania 26.

Speaking during a K&S WrestleFest autograph signing session, Bret reflected on what might have been, saying:

“If I had no issues with my concussion and stuff like that, and if I never had a stroke, I mean let’s just say I was healthy at my age, I’d go back.

“I would’ve taken it pretty seriously. I would’ve wrestled a lot more over the last 10 years if I hadn’t been hurt.”

Referring to how he would have seen himself booked, Hart would certainly have made the return a talking point for decades to come, predicting:

“All the dream matches everyone talks about, I would’ve loved to have done all of them. Daniel Bryan, CM Punk, Roman Reigns, John Cena, Randy Orton.”

Sadly, the dream matches will have to remain just that.

Hart still makes independent appearances, notably accompanying AEW’s FTR to the ring during the October 22 Big Time Wrestling event.

Transcription via Wrestling Inc.

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