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Jeff Jarrett Recalls Bret Hart Realizing WCW Wasn’t What He Expected

During this week’s “My World with Jeff Jarrett,” Jeff Jarrett discussed Bret Hart. Jarrett recalled a chat he had with Bret Hart when Hart first arrived at WCW:. “I remember telling him that when I left WWF the first time in ’95 or ’96, my contract expired and I came down. The business was red hot. The NWO was taking off. Nitro was kicking ass. It was just really cranking up,” Jarrett said.
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Tony Khan Talks Bret Hart Possibly Appearing For AEW

Tony Khan doesn’t see Bret Hart returning to AEW anytime soon. AEW President and CEO, Tony Khan recently spoke with TSN and delved into Bret Hart potentially returning to AEW programming, something that Khan would certainly be open to but doesn’t see happening anytime soon. “Not right now....
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Tony Khan Confirms Creation of AEW Trios Tag Titles, Bret Hart Not Returning

Tony Khan has confirmed reports that AEW Trios Tag Team Championships have been created and talked about Bret Hart not returning in to AEW. Khan spoke with TSN for a new interview, and you can see the highlights below:. On AEW Trios Titles: “I saw Dave (Meltzer) reported it and...
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Bret Hart On AEW Rumors: I’m ‘Happy And Retired’, I Want To Be Remembered As A Wrestler

Bret Hart says he’s happy to give advice to talent, but it’s going to be over the phone because his days of full-time travel for wrestling are over. Bret Hart has been the subject of rumors about possibly working with FTR in All Elite Wrestling, something that the team would be open to themselves. Hart has now commented publicly on those rumors, telling Lucha Libre Online that there’s not much he can do in the wrestling business, and he’d rather be remembered as a wrestler than in a different role.
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Bret Hart: Do I want to go to AEW?

In an interview with Lucha Libre Online, Bret Hart spoke about a possible move to AEW. He is not currently considering a return and believes he would have nothing to do at this time. "Well, I’m happily retired. I’m a home guy now,” Hart said, as quoted by wrestlinginc.
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Bret Hart Talks Possibility Of Signing With AEW

WWE Hall of Famer Bret Hart recently did an interview with Lucha Libre Online. During the interview, Bret Hart was asked about the rumors about him going to AEW and managing the AAA & ROH World Tag Team Champions FTR. Hart revealed that he’s happily retired and there isn’t a lot that he can do in wrestling.
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Bret Hart on potential role in AEW: 'Right now, I'm happy at home'

Bret Hart says he would love to be part of AEW but for right now, he's happy being at home. Speaking to Lucha Libre Online, the 64-year-old says that he wants to be remembered as a wrestler and not as a manager or in another role. He also said that right now he's making up for lost time after having spent 30 years on the road.
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Bret Hart Would Love To Work With AEW But Is Happy At Home Right Now

In an interview with Lucha Libre Online (via Fightful), Bret Hart said that there are things he would like to do in AEW but for now, he’s happy staying at home. Hart has been teased as a possible manager for FTR, and the company is currently running a tournament dedicated to his brother Owen.
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Has Bret Hart forgiven WWE after so many years?

Bret Hart is unanimously recognized as one of the most technical performers in wrestling history, having reached the peak of his popularity in the first half of the nineties. The Canadian has won titles in five decades, from 1970 to 2010, amassing the beauty of 32 kingdoms. In addition to...
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Bret Hart only has merchandising deal with WWE

The only contract Bret Hart has with WWE at the moment is a merchandising deal. According to a report from our own Dave Meltzer, AEW was under the impression that Hart could not appear for them based on an agreement they believed he had with WWE. Hart has since said his only deal with WWE is for merchandise, however.
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WWE Stars Miss Shows Due To Covid, Bret Hart Signs New WWE Deal, NXT TV Plans

Here are a few news items from this week’s Wrestling Observer Newsletter via Dave Meltzer of F4WOnline.com:. * It was previously reported by Dave Meltzer that Bret Hart “quietly signed a lucrative WWE deal” that would seemingly prevent Hart from AEW appearances such as the finals of the Owen Hart tournament at Double or Nothing 2022 in Las Vegas.
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Note On What Kind of Contract Bret Hart Signed With WWE

Last week, it was reported that one of the reasons that Bret Hart isn’t managing FTR in AEW was because there were those in AEW who thought Hart had signed a deal with WWE. According to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, the deal that Hart signed with the company was a merchandising deal.
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