Bret Hart On Cesaro’s Sharpshooter, “I’m Glad That Cesaro Keeps Respect For Those Kind Of Holds”; Does He Like Cesaro’s Neutralizer?, More

WrestleZone Radio proudly presents the latest episode of The Sharpshooter Show w/ Bret “The Hitman” Hart. A new episodes are released every Tuesday!

It also features his sons Blade & Dallas as well as WrestleZone Radio’s Nick Hausman as the co-hosts.

You can find some of Bret’s comments from the episode transcribed below.

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On Cesaro’s execution of the Sharpshooter on this past week’s episode of RAW:

BH: I think Cesaro did an excellent job putting that Sharpshooter on. It was nice and smooth. Feet wide apart. Everything was perfectly done. I think he could have shown Shane a weeks ago who didn’t seem to put it on very well. I think from the angle that he tried to put it on, if anything, you can commend Shane from trying to put it on from that angle that he did. Cesaro did a good job with it last night. There’s been a few wrestlers that have been putting on the Sharpshooter. I kind of made a complaint about it a few days ago about how the Sharpshooter doesn’t seem to work anymore. It’s just one of those holds that suddenly in the last 3-4 years every wrestler’s back has gotten so much stronger. It doesn’t register anymore. Suddenly it’s like a useless hold that everyone crawls to the ropes right away. I’m glad that Cesaro keeps respect for those kind of holds. Same with Steve Austin’s stunner and certain moves that guys do that have a history and tradition behind them. If someone else is going to start using that move they should use it out of taste and respect for what that hold meant to the wrestler who created it or built it. 

On Nattie’s use of the Sharpshooter:

BH: It seems like every time Nattie puts it on someone they crawl right to the ropes. Or they roll out of it and do a sunset flip out of it or something. 

On Cesaro’s match with Kevin Steen from RAW:

BH: I really like Cesaro’s match. It built and built and built and then what they used to actually win the match, the actual move he used to cover him for the 1-2-3 (The Neutralizer) was such a bullsh*t move. You pick somebody up and you drop them about six inches to the ground on their belly. You pin them. Then he does a flying smash uppercut that he does that looks so great. All of these other moves that they both did back and forth that looked so good. 

This episode features Bret and his sons Blade & Dallas talking to WrestleZone Radio’s Nick Hausman about a variety of topics coming out of WrestleMania 32 & the post-WrestleMania 32 RAW. Including:

  • Bret’s recent appearance at Dreamwave wrestling in Lasalle, IL
  • Shane McMahon running RAW for two weeks in a row after his Hell in a Cell match with Undertaker at WrestleMania 32
  • Cesaro’s in-ring work and his new tear away suit entrance
  • The Bullet Club’s Karl Anderson and Doc Gallows’ debut on Monday Night RAW
  • How the post-WrestleMania time of the year is usually when WWE does cuts to the roster
  • The WWE’s lack of African American champions and why that may be
  • Whether Bret sees Shinsuke Nakamura as a future WWE World Heavyweight Champion
  • Apollo Crews’ run on the WWE main roster
  • Roman Reigns’ as “The Guy” in WWE
  • Bray Wyatt’s potential as a babyface
  • Natalya’s match with Charlotte from Monday Night RAW
  • Dr. Phil’s work with Charlotte and Ric Flair on RAW
  • More…

This episode also features Bret giving his “4 Out Of 10” award of the week as well as answering questions from the #AskTheHitman mailbag.

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