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Do you agree with Triple H that Bret Hart takes wrestling way too seriously?

Triple H have giving his thoughts about Bret Hart takes the business way too seriously. And that Owen Hart was the opposite, chill and always in a funny mood.

Triple H said that's why Owen and Bret had issues with eachother business-wise.

Do you agree that Bret took wrestling a bit too seriously?

It's not the first time I've heard these stories about Bret and how everyone should put him over.

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For Bret, it was the family business. He lived wrestling from the day he was born, worked in wrestling from a young age, and most (if not all) of his friends came from a wrestling background. It’s understandable that he takes wrestling very seriously. It’s strange that Owen wasn’t as serious about it. Owen had aspirations outside of wrestling that Bret never had, I guess. Plus, Bret was more successful so probably felt he had more of a name and reputation to protect.

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Re: Do you agree with Triple H that Bret Hart takes wrestling way too seriously?

Taking it too seriously? It doesn't get more serious than marrying Vince's daughter and politicking up the ladder to the point of having creative control over an entire brand. THAT is someone who takes wrestling seriously

All that said, we know Bret lived the business and had pride in his work.

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Re: Do you agree with Triple H that Bret Hart takes wrestling way too seriously?

There is probably an element to that, bret generally doesn't seem like the sort of guy who is easy going. I don't think I have ever heard laugh or even smile tbh. He is always complaining about something. Even when he is praising something, he still does it in the same deadpan tone.

I generally give him a pass considering the stuff hes had to go through, its kind of expected that he will end up abit bitter.

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I’ll agree to that as soon as HHH gets his ego in check.

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Re: Do you agree with Triple H that Bret Hart takes wrestling way too seriously?

Rich from Mr. am I fucking going over, who played politics both with who he befriended, to marrying the Boss's daughter, who buried countless people
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Re: Do you agree with Triple H that Bret Hart takes wrestling way too seriously?

Isn't this the guy who didn't want his character model shown in compromised positions in video game advertisements?

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Re: Do you agree with Triple H that Bret Hart takes wrestling way too seriously?

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Bret isn't the only super mark for himself I can tell you that.

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Didn't Bret Hart get upset that Triple H got a higher rating than him in a video game?

That's taking wrestling a little to serious.
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Re: Do you agree with Triple H that Bret Hart takes wrestling way too seriously?

I cant speak for Bret-Owen problems or what Owen felt about wrestling but Bret absolutely takes the business too serious, especially his character. Ive met Bret before and he's a super nice guy & appreciative of his fans but the man cant take criticism at all.

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