Thanks to Adam Lebow for sending in the following:
*Bret Hart was on Canada AM this morning and CTV has posted the interview on its website.
Bret says that theater is a dream come true and it is something he never saw anything he was going to do. Bret said when it was offered to him, he thought it
was a chance of a life time. Bret says he hasn’t wrestled for 5 years but there are children even today who are growing up and become Bret Hart fans (they show
old footage form the early 90s). Bret says he is grateful he has fans all over the country and even though he hasn’t been wrestling they still remember him for what he did. Bret doesn’t really miss wrestling, but he misses some of the boys and the traveling. He explains the bicycle accident and the paralysis on the left side. Bret says he was blessed with a good recovery. He says he is
fortunate that those involved with the production are letting him back into the public eye and in a lot of ways it resurrects his ‘Hitman’ Character. Bret describes the scene where he is wrestling in Aladdin, and he mentions he is lucky he doesn’t need to dance or sing, as they are carrying him on stage. Bret says that he sees a lot of courage in the younger people that he was a hero to as
a wrestler, that are recovering from things like cancer and he uses that as inspiration.
The CTV website has a more in-depth article that gives a bit More history on Brets wrestling career. On that page
http://www.ctv.ca/servlet/ArticleNews/story/CTVNews/1102354936738_97764136/?hub=CanadaAM# , you can watch his appearance on Canada AM by clicking the video button on the
right side of the screen.
*They are running commercials tonight during the TSN feed of WWE Raw for the One-on-One with HHH on OTR tommorow. The promo is host Michael Landsberg and HHH talking on set where Landsberg says that that they have HHH next week and they have lots of questions. HHH says he can ask him anything about wrestling, his family life or critiques and Landsberg asks if he can ask about Chyna, and HHH
says anything. (they show the start time of the show and fade to black).