VIDEO: Bret Hart Continues To Trash Triple H

Ryan Clark February 3, 2013 7

VIDEO: Bret Hart Continues To Trash Triple H


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Bret Hart recently commented again on his thoughts on Triple H. Here are a few of the comments and the video of the interview…

“I said I’d give (Taker vs. HHH at WrestleMania 28) a 4-out-of-10. I think that was generous.”

“I wouldn’t put him in the top 1000 great wrestlers. To me he was very mediocre.”

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  1. twisteD_enemy February 3, 2013 at 3:53 am - Reply

    I agree with virtually everything he has said here ^^

  2. Christopher Brown February 3, 2013 at 6:28 am - Reply

    Bret seriously needs to shut the fuck up here,hes taken one too many blows to the head,not to mention the fact that last week on Raw,he did NOT look like he was aging all that well,due to the stroke

    • angel February 3, 2013 at 11:52 am - Reply

      is true what he saying i can name 50 wrestlers better than triple h! triple h shouldnt had been in the wwe top 50 wrestlers of all-time.hes good but he’s not great.

  3. Muta February 3, 2013 at 11:42 am - Reply

    Triple H is mediocre at best I do agree with Bret on this anyone thats been a fan of wrestling over the years knows where hes coming from but what brets talking about is wrestling not “sports entertainment” i would put hunter in the same group with hogan and warrior guys like that but wrestlers like bret, cm punk randy orton guys that actually get better over time where you can sit and watch them develop as a true wrestler and actually have skills and a rep thats earned and not handed to them by the company is in a all together league then the entertainers you have superstars then you have wrestlers you can see a difference plus plowing the boss’s daughter helps alot and thats what hunter will be remembered as is just another creation of the mcmahons that was handed everything and didnt earn it and having wrestlers like taker get him over, watch a triple h vs cena match then take a dump it’ll come out with the same results

    • Kuchi February 3, 2013 at 2:01 pm - Reply

      Your 100% right ! Where would HHH be with out marrying the bosses daughter? Great entrance but lack-lister matches. That’s HHH. Hart is right and honest just like he has always been.

  4. anonymous February 3, 2013 at 3:52 pm - Reply
  5. Chris Creveling February 3, 2013 at 4:09 pm - Reply

    The problem is this:
    The definition of what makes a “Great Wrestler” is very vague. Is it purely athleticism and in-ring skill? Is it a combination of screen work/mic and promo skills and squared circled aptitude?
    If you’re looking at this argument from the standpoint that what makes a great wrestler is in-ring ability only then HHH does not make the top 50 list. If you’re including everything he did over his career such as helping create Degeneration-X, his multiple feuds with The Rock, Steve Austin, Shawn Michaels, The Undertaker, and numerous other top tier talents combined with his excellent mic skills and his uncanny ability to control a crowd, then HHH reaches the top 10.

    Bret comes from an older time, where the value of a wrestler could rest solely on in-ring competence, and everything else could be built around that. Now you need a very good gimmick, top tier mic skills, have top selling merchandise, and not necessarily be as strong in the ring.

    Bret’s argument makes sense, and I can see both sides of the coin here. The problem is, and always will be, what defines a “Great Wrestler.”

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