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The critically acclaimed "Noonan Speaks" returned to The Monday Night Mayhem Radio Network after last week’s monumental edition with former WWE/WCW World Champion, Bill Goldberg. Over the past several weeks, the wrestling world has indeed been buzzing about the long-awaited & highly-anticipated return of WWE Hall Of Famer, Bret "Hitman" Hart, to World Wrestling Entertainment for the first time in a full-time capacity in over twelve years. The rumors have swirled about Bret potentially guest-hosting Monday Night RAW on January 4th to counter TNA iMPACT that evening, and despite a reported short-term contract, "The Best There Is, The Best There Was, & The Best There Ever Will Be" could even step back into the squared circle in some capacity. With Hart being away from WWE television for so long & coming back, many questions are floating about what his actual role will be, how will he & "The Heartbreak Kid" Shawn Michaels fare with each other, & so on. Jimmy was asked his opinion on the whole story, as it picks up steam with each passing day. "I think this is what separates the men from the boys & the Vince McMahon’s from everyone else. This is why Vince is ‘The Babe Ruth of Wrestling, and he will go down as the greatest thing is professional wrestling. He goes & hires Bret Hart for a four-month contract. Let me think for a second…What happens in three to four months? Something called WrestleMania. You could almost write the script yourself. So what’s gonna happen? Probably I would they are going to have a Street Fight, and it makes sense because Vince is older, and Bret had the stroke, and I heard that he is in good shape these days. Vince then gets to change ‘The Montreal Screwjob’ & give one of the most-loved wrestlers of all-time to come back & rewrite history. Vince will put Bret over and come out smelling like a rose & make the fans happy."
Blade asked Jimmy who has more to gain between TNA & the WWE, with the recent chain of events of the last two months, and now, with the reported signing of Bret Hart back to the WWE. "I would call it a push. I think it’s good for both companies. I think anything Hogan is involved with, as long as Eric Bischoff is whispering in his ear, I think TNA will do just fine, and I think WWE will be just fine. I think they should have done this before but maybe Bret is ready physically, but maybe they should have did this match two years ago. But here’s where we go & say ‘He brought back Bret Hart, Bret Hart decided to come back. Is there a chance The Ultimate Warrior is far behind?’ I know it’s a whole different set of heat, but is The Ultimate Warrior far behind? And is "The Macho Man" Randy Savage far behind? That’s a whole, whole, whole other kind of heat. But if you’re bringing back Bret Hart, let’s hope that those guys aren’t far behind."