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The best there is, the best there was, and the best there ever will be. Bret "Hitman" Hart is a dead set legend. The 5 time WWF champion, the excellence of execution.

Bret Hart>Shawn Michaels
by fjustice September 03, 2005
 
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A second generation wrestler from montreal Canada trained by the infamous "stu hart".

Proabably one of the best wrestlers ever,Because he had superb tehcnical skills.

But the WWE did not want him in the company anymore and screwed him(see: montreal screwjob )

so he went to WCW but at Starrcade '99 goldberg kicked him accidently which caused him to suffer an career ending injury which almost caused him to die.
For all you americans it's not Brett hart but Bret hart.
by Vince McMahon Jr August 10, 2005
 
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The greatest technical wrestler ever to step foot in a wrestling ring. A five time WWE (at the time WWF) champion and loved the WWF before the whole Montreal Screwjob fiasco. Also won the World Championship once in WCW.
Who is Bret Hart?

A Canadian hero
by Flyboy3 July 27, 2005
 
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BRET! THE HITMAN! HART! Second Generation Wrestling hailing from Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Is a son of Legendary "Stu Hart." His father, Stu and his wife Helen had 12 children; Smith, Bruce, Keith, Wayne, Dean, Ellie, Georgia, Bret, Allison, Ross, Diana & Owen. Diana would later go on to marry Davey Boy Smith or "The British Bulldog."

Bret Hart is simply the best who's ever graced the WWE ring, despite a small ego problem. His matches are as famous as was his hate for Shawn Micheals. Bret is an accomplished wrestler who wrestled form 1976 to 2001. In 1999 when his baby brother Owen died, he and Chris Beniot held a tribute match to his memory as they (Owen, Bret and Benoit) were Stu Hart Students, and during a hellacious match with Bill Goldberg, Bill attempted a Figure Four Leglock on a turn buckle, Bret's head hit the floor which would later turn out to be a career ending concussion which lead him to vacate the title and retired undefeated WCW Champion.
Bret Hart's Resumé.

5x Stampede International Tag Team titles w/Keith Hart (Four times) in November 1978 and January 1979, twice in 1980, and w/Leo Burke on June 29, 1982

2x Calgary Commonwealth Mid-Heavyweight title in November 1978 and June 1979

6x Stampede North American Heavyweight title three in 1980 and June 26, 1982 and October 17, 1982 and May 3, 1983

WWF/E:
2x WWF Tag Team titles w/Jim Neidhart onJanuary 26, 1987 and August 27, 1990 - Summerslam

2x WWF Intercontinental title August 26, 1991 - Summerslam and on April 5, 1992 = Wrestlemania 8 (Later he dropped the title to is brother-in-law Davey Boy Smith at Suvivor Series in Wembly Stadium in England)

2x WWF King of the Ring on September 7, 1991 (The first is non-televised and unofficial however the televised and official was June 13, 1993)

1994 Co-Royal Rumble Winner with Lex Luger on January 22, 1994

5x WWF Heavyweight title on October 12, 1992 at a house show, on March 20, 1994 - Wrestlemania 10, on November 19, 1995 - Survivor Series, defeating Steve Austin & Undertaker & Vader onFebruary 16, 1997 - In Your House PPV, on August 3, 1997 - Summerslam which lead him and Shawn Micheals to the Montreal "incident."

WCW
4x WCW United States Championship on July 20, 1998, on September 13, 1998, on November 30, 1998 on October 25, 1999);

1x WCW World Tag Team titles w/Bill Goldberg on December 9, 1999

2x WCW World Heavyweight title defeating Chris Benoit in a Tournament on November 21, 1999.However a match with Goldberg ended in a way Hart didn't like, therefore vacted the title and had rematch with Goldberg on December 20, 1999.
by taker May 08, 2006
 
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The greatest wrestler is Pro Wrestling history, no one can top The best there is, The best there was, and The best there ever will be. No one.
Shawn Michaels got NOTHING on The Hitman.
BRET HART > HBK
by OrtonMark December 20, 2007
 
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A 27 year Canadian veteran of the pro-wrestling industry whose proficient technical wrestling skill was overshadowed by his incessantly whining, self-pitying off-camera persona which led to the infamous Montreal Screwjob, his final appearance in the company where he was unexpectedly denied of a title win. His delay in years to finally get over it, along with his fanatically loyal fanbase still not being over it has also hurt his image as an otherwise accomplished, if overrated superstar. Has a tendency to seek sympathy from fans by painting his foes in negative light whenever he doesn't get his way, and tends to be as morally hypocritical as people accuse the U.S. President of being.
Bret Hart is widely considered as the greatest technician of all-time when in fact there are loads of grapplers superior in the area, amongst whom are his younger, underrated brother Owen Hart, whom was unfairly overshadowed by Bret's success.
by ringgoddess October 07, 2005