The Next Generation Hart Foundation a.k.a. Hart Foundation 2.0

GregCorrespondent IFebruary 8, 2009

We can name great factions in wrestling for days. D-X, the Four Horsemen, Evolution, Harlem Heat, NWO, and of course, The Hart Foundation.

The Hart Foundation was one of the greatest wrestling factions of all time, actually the Hart Family is one of the best wrestling families of all time.

The torch has been passed, and we should be ready to welcome the Next Generation Hart Foundation. One of the members are already in WWE. That is Natalya. The daughter of Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart has already made an impact in her short time with WWE, almost winning the Divas Championship.

Oh, what's that? You want to know about the other members? You don't know them? Okay.

DH Smith: If you saw his one week debut, you know the hype that he is the Bulldog's son. Harry Smith is a young powerhouse sometimes referred to as the Bull Pup. He is currently in WWE's territory FCW. He is also a former FCW Heavyweight and tag champion with the next member.

TJ Wilson: No blood relation, but he was adopted by the Hart family at age 10. He has great in ring skills, but his mic skills could use a little work. Once they are about average, he will definitely be in the WWE's brand shows. Wilson is a former FCW Heavyweight Champion and tag champion with DH Smith.

(The next two members are not signed to WWE)

Teddy Hart: Has probably the best cult following in the whole faction. Why? I would say his time in TNA and WSX made him popular where he could use his "dangerous moves". I call them that because WWE would never allow him to use them.

He was signed with WWE in the FCW territory, but because of behavior issues he was released. He has no championships in FCW, although he has won many in other circuits. He is currently signed to AAA under Konan's stable Lejion Extranjera.

Jack Evans: No relation, but has been a long time tag team member with all three other members. He also has a great cult following and tagged with Hart in TNA and WSX. The Prince of Parkland has been known to do anything to keep the crowd's interest, just like Teddy Hart.

I think you all know what I want to see. The Next Generation Hart Foundation coming into the WWE would be amazing and would help out the tag division, because we all know they need it. I've heard rumors of them coming into the Legacy, but I see them going to Smackdown with Natalya.

So, would they be good for business for the WWE or not? Leave your 2 cents.

-Greg Bush

This has been an Assassin article

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