Wrestling Revealed

Bret Hart

Miz on Tough Enough

When Hulk Hogan was forced to vacate his position as a judge on Tough Enough, fans excitedly speculated on which legend was going to be replacing him. Ric Flair and Bret Hart were the two names that were mentioned the most. However, WWE opted to go in a different direction by simply using Miz in the role. He is a great talker, so he should be able to handle the job just fine.
July 28, 2015
Bret Hart

Bret Hart endorses Nikki Bella

A post on Twitter where Bret Hart endorses Nikki Bella as a performer. The Divas Champion does not get a lot of credit from the internet wrestling community because the fans adore the other female performers more, so this could be Hart's way of helping her out a little.
July 27, 2015
Roman Reigns

Roman Reigns push manufactured

When asked what he thought went wrong with the Roman Reigns push, Bret Hart replied that things went south because fans felt that it was manufactured by WWE. The former world heavyweight champion stated that management should have just allowed it to grow naturally like it was doing at the beginning.
June 19, 2015
Natalya Neidhart

Bret Hart bashes WWE

During a recent interview, Bret Hart was asked about his niece Natalya Neidhart. Not surprisingly, he stated that she has been the best diva in WWE for quite some time now. He also feels that the front office does not show enough respect to the female performers in the company. Hart echoes the statement of many on social media by saying that the girls should be allowed more in ring time so that they can show the fans what they can really do.
April 21, 2015
Roman Reigns

Roman Reigns comparison

An interesting comparison was made recently in regards to how WWE is using Daniel Bryan and Roman Reigns. Someone stated that it was like in 1994 when fans wanted Bret Hart to be pushed, but management went with Kevin Nash instead. Hart himself responded to the comparison by saying that he really wanted Nash to do well because they were friends, but he felt that the front office should have given Nash another year to be built up.
March 16, 2015