Bret has let it go. Watch his interviews, Bret's done a lot of healing.
Considering that between 1997-2003, he was betrayed at work, retired, brother died from freak accident, betrayed by his sisters, made estranged by his sister in law, had a stroke, father died, mother died, brother in law died, divorced his wife of 20+ years, best friends died, recovered from stroke by learning how to walk, talk, move for years, you've gotta admit, none of us have walked a mile in his shoes and he can be bitter all he wants.
He's been shitted on by the man upstairs, and to be honest, the fact he didn't commit suicide just shows how damn STRONG that man is. What a damn fighter, Bret Hart can say whatever the fuck he wants, no one, and I mean NO ONE, has put up with the shit he's had too. I would say death is an easier way out. Bret's come out of it on the other side stronger than ever.
I certainly don't have trouble believing it. Vince does seem like some sort of closet gay that would use private affairs to control people. However, drugged up Shawn would then use it against Vince to get whatever he wanted.
I wouldn't be surprised if Shawn swung both ways, back in the day.
Completely believable. Given other sorts of things that have happened in the wrestling industry, this is in the milder variety.
It seemed so off lol Triple H walking around with the IC title and taking orders from Austin, Austin acting like a wuss and acting all chummy. How did anyone take this ish seriously LOL ?
Made no sense at all from a creative stand point.
While thinking about Halloween Havoc taking place tonight on NXT, what are some of your favorite or most hated memories from Halloween Havoc's past? I'm sure someone on here has the memory to recall most if not every moment from WCW. 😅🧟
I just watched the Rise and Fall of ECW documentary. It really feels like most of the great stuff from the Monday Night Wars was innovated from ECW.
From the great cruiserweight matches in ECW to Austin's promos to the hard-core match style to the more shade of grey characters.
I have found...
Now it's June of 1996, perhaps one of the more important months in the history of the Monday Night War for either promotion. But which PPV was better, WWF's King of the Ring 1996, or WCW's Great American Bash 1996?
Here are the cards:
WCW Great American Bash 1996
The Steiner Brothers (Rick...