Bret Hart's Daughter Looking to Join WWE?

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Bret Hart's Daughter Looking to Join WWE?
Beans Hart (from Diva-Dirt.com)

It looks like Alexandra "Beans" Hart, daughter of legendary wrestling star Bret Hart, is eager to join WWE at some point in the future, judging by some of her recent Twitter posts.

As women's wrestling site Diva-Dirt noted earlier today, the 25-year-old has left various messages over at her official account, indicating she was currently in training for a potential WWE run.

On paper, Beans' chances of getting a developmental deal appear to be promising. She's young, pretty and seems eager to learn.

More crucially, she's from a prominent wrestling family, which WWE loves.

Just look at the numerous second- and third-generation stars the company has signed over the past decade: Cody Rhodes, Ted DiBiase Jr., Tamina Snuka, Joe Hennig, Bo and Windham Rotunda, Shaul Guerrero and Ashley Fliehr, as well as Harry Smith and Natalya Neidhart (Beans' cousins).   

Natalya's WWE run has left a lot to be desired (from WWE.com).

Providing she retains a good attitude and doesn't upset the wrong person in power, it seems likely WWE will offer her some sort of deal.

Assuming the company did sign her to a deal, there would also be a multitude of storyline opportunities for her, either with her cousin Natalya (a family rival, possibly?) or with her father. Indeed, one potential idea would be to have "The Hitman" serve as her manager upon her debut.

Not that it's all smooth sailing for a Hart in WWE, as the careers of Smith and Neidhart have shown. Smith, the son of Diana Hart and the late Davey Boy Smith, was neglected for most of his tenure and was eventually released in 2011.

While Neidhart has managed to stay under contract, the Diva has been the victim of some downright awful booking in recent years, including an embarrassing "flatulence" storyline and a bizarre and cringe-worthy romance with The Great Khali.

Even in WWE, family connections can only get you so far.

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