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Pro Wrestling Pundit is officially launched, and we begin with a topic that is sure to turn a lot of heads.Some fans would ask, "how can you criticize one of the greatest champions of the 1990's? "Bret Hart was close to being released when he was lucky enough to be paired with Jim Neidhardt and Jimmy Hart to form the Hart Foundation.They had a successful run as a team that lasted many years, and were one of my favorite childhood tag teams.Then they split up, and Bret came seemingly out of nowhere to defeat Mr. Bret's successful title run paved the way for the actual WWE wrestling product to get better over the years, and set the stage for many smaller wrestlers to have success.Perfect for the Intercontinental title at Summerslam. When the steroid trial reared it's ugly head, Bret was in position to change the face of the stereotypical WWE champion. Without Bret carrying the ball, would we have had Chris Jericho and Chris Benoit title runs? We can look back at Bret Hart leading the charge for the "New Generation" and we see a time where WWE business wasn't very impressive.While Bret wasn't offensive as champion, he certainly didn't put the butts in the seats that Hogan did before him and Austin did after...For me personally, becoming a fan when the Megapowers were sitting on top of the wrestling world, it was hard to support Bret Hart as a World Heavyweight Champion.
I learned to live with Bret Hart as a World Champion.
While I never cared particularly about the stories between Bret and Owen, Hakushi, or Bob Backlund, I knew Bret Hart could produce a great match.
I point to his match with the British Bulldog at In Your House as a shining example of what Bret could do in the ring when he had the belt.
That match is vastly underated, as most people tend to remember their 1992 Summerslam encounter.
Outside of the ring, I didn't feel like Bret delivered. I didn't feel that he was the best there is, best there was, or the best their ever would be, and resented him for making the claim.
The WWE groomed Shawn Michaels as a successor to the Hitman. There was a time when the legitimate backstage tension between Bret and Shawn was good for the business, especially while the WWE accidentally found their new savior in a foul mouthed s.o.b. Bret had lost touch with the fans who were tired of his lame babyface schtick. Bret joined with Owen, The Anvil, The Bulldog, and "Loose Cannon" Brian Pillman to form the NEW Hart Foundation, and while WCW was still dominating the ratings war, the Foundation's feuds were rebuilding interest in RAW. Mc Mahon and Degeneration X, and the ball would be back in Vince's court.