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WWE: Bret "Hitman" Hart - The Best There Is, The Best There Was, The Best There Ever Will Be
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The documentary chronicles Bret Hart's wrestling career, from how he broke into the business as a member of the Hart family to his run in World Championship Wrestling (WCW). Highlights of matches from his days in his father's Stampede Wrestling promotion, as well as his time in the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) and WCW are shown while insight is provided from Hart about what went on behind the scenes.]]>
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1. THE HART FOUNDATION vs THE BRITISH BULLDOGS (July-13, 1985): Emanating from Madison Square Garden, this isn't what you would call a classic bout between these 2 great teams, but it is a nice little preview of what they are capable of. The dynamic between the 4 men is perfect, with the Bulldogs struggling to contain the constant double-team maneuvers of their opponents, as well as the strength of The Anvil. DaveyBoy Smith plays the face in peril for most of the match, while the Harts (including Jimmy on the outside with his megaphone) do everything to keep Smith in the ring. I've seen better hot tags to Dynamite (where were the suplexes?), while the action here wasn't as crisp as these guys would usually be. Still a great match, despite the disappointing draw result being called as the MSG curfew came up at the 13 minute mark. These guys easily had an extra 20 minutes in them, if not a lot more. WInners No contest. Match Rating 7.5/10.
2. THE HART FOUNDATION vs THE KILLER BEES (February-17, 1986-Initially, the structure of this match is actually quite a bit different to most Hart Foundation bouts, as The Killer Bees target & isolate Neidhart for the first 4 minutes. There's some very good tag-team action here & it gets the crowd very much involved. Soon though, the Harts get on top & take control of Brunzell for what seems like an eternity. It's a little too long for my liking & there are a few too many restholds. Although, it doesn't seem to bore the live crowd in attendance, as they frantically anticipate the hot tag to Blair. It eventually comes & it's an understatement to say that the action picks up from there.Read more ›
Hart Foundation vs. British Bulldogs (Madison Square Garden, 07/13/85) ***1/2 (Awesome chemistry when these two teams face each other.)
Hart Foundation vs. Killer Bees (Madison Square Garden, 02/17/86) ***1/2 (Another very good tag team match on this DVD.)
Bret Hart vs. Ricky Streamboat (Boston Garden, 03/08/86) ****1/2 (Most people might not have seen this match, but with these two legendary performers, they didn't disappoint.)
Bret Hart vs. Ted DiBiase (Odessa, TX, 03/08/89)**** (Again, another match that most people might not have seen. An excellent match between these two, even if the commentary is semi-non existant.)
Hart Foundation vs. Rockers (Saturday Night's Main Event, 04/28/90)*** (Wow, this match could've been a CLASSIC if given more time.)
WWE Tag Team Championship Match
Hart Foundation vs. Nasty Boys (Wrestlemania VII, 03/24/91)***1/2 (Bret and the Anvil lost the tag titles in this match, setting up the long awaited Bret singles push.)
WWE Intercontinental Match
Bret Hart vs. Mr. Perfect (SummerSlam, 08/26/91)****1/4 (The CLASSIC match where Bret finally wins his first singles title.Read more ›
w/Jim Neidhart vs. The British Bulldogs
Every time these teams wrestled, they blew the roof off the arena. They were quite simply the two greatest tag teams the WWF had ever seen and they stole the show on a regular basis.
vs. Ricky Steamboat - Prime Time Wreslting 07/28/86
This match (taped in Boston on 03/08/86) was 15 minutes of fantastic scientific wrestling that was supposed to set up a match between them for Wrestlemania 2. This was the first time these wrestlers ever met in the ring, and they still reached **** and delivered the WWF Match of the Year.
vs. The Rockers - Saturday Night's Main Event #26
While somewhat hindered by the incredibly lame and illogical finish, this was a fantastic match. The execution was nearly flawless, the reversals were amazing, the psychology was smart, and the action was intense. With another five to ten minutes and a decisive finish, this could have grown into one of the greatest tag matches of all time. Everything in this match looked so smooth without coming across as rehearsed or contrived and the frequent tags on the part of both teams helped build a smart match that was full of action.
vs. Mr. Perfect - Summer Slam '91
This was fantastic and still holds up as one of the greatest matches in the company's history. The execution was very crisp, there were over a dozen false finishes, there were several smooth reversals, and the momentum shifts were downright incredible.Read more ›
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Hey It Took Me By Surprise As Well That This One Member of The Tag Team Called Hart Foundation Would Wind Up Expanding and Be an All Time Wrestling Legend, But I Saw The Bret... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Rashaud
Bret's remarkable and long-running career could never be captured by any DVD set. However, this collection does give any wrestling fan a great glimpse into what was, in my... Read morePublished 7 months ago by SB
The Hitman is probably the most well-known professional wrestler in the 90s! I've witnessed his rag-to-riches career growth and I love how he humbly accepted all the story lines of... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Gerald Agnew