Bret Hart Comments on Bischoff Father and Son Rivalry

Photo: wrestlingvalley.org
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Bleacher ReportAnalyst IApril 16, 2012

There's no question that Bret “The Hitman” Hart is one of the greatest technical wrestlers in professional wrestling history.

Throughout his iconic career, he has been involved in some of the most memorable and most controversial feuds in pro wrestling, and when it comes to rivalries, Bret Hart can school future professional wrestlers on how to build a great feud.

But it seems Bret has an issue with a current rivalry that has been ongoing in TNA over the past few weeks, involving Eric Bischoff and his son Garrett Bischoff.

On his official Twitter account, Bret commented on the battle of the Bischoff’s:


Maybe somebody could mail Bischoff a copy of the "Greatest Rivalries" DVD

— Bret Hart (@BretHart) April 16, 2012



From this comment, some wrestling fans would infer that Hart is giving some harsh criticism of the Eric-Garret Bischoff feud. Others would take it as a random comment that has no real significance.

Hart was involved in one of the most heated and most controversial rivalries of all time with “The Heartbreak Kid” Shawn Michaels.  

Their rivalry spanned throughout the 1990s and sparked the infamous “Montreal Screw Job” which saw Hart jump ship to World Championship Wrestling, and catapulted Michaels as the top heel in the WWE.

If Hart’s intention was to critique both Bischoffs on how a feud should be booked, Eric Bischoff will no doubt fire back with his own unique verbal ammunition.

Wrestling fans may be in for a treat if Eric Bischoff and Bret “The Hitman” Hart become involved in a war of words.


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