Bret Hart: Wrestling with Shadows

By DeFame of the WRONG CROWD » Documentary, Genre Giants, Sports
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The life and career of Bret Hart is recounted from his youth, through the start of his career, his years in the WWF, up to the present day. Bret discusses the high and lows of his career and shows the world of professional wrestling from a wrestler’s point of view.

Wrestling with Shadows, follows World Wrestling Federation superstar Bret Hart during his last year in the WWF, from his WWF Championship victory at SummerSlam to his final match with the company and the infamous Montreal Screwjob at Survivor Series on November 9, 1997.

Hart has held championships in five decades from the 1970s to the 2010s, with a total of 32 held throughout his career, and 17 held between the WWF/WWE and WCW. He is a seven-time world champion, having held the WWF Championship five times and the WCW World Heavyweight Championship twice. He spent more time as WWF Champion than any other wrestler during the 1990s, with a total of 654 days as champion, and was the first WCW World Heavyweight Champion born outside the United States. He is also a record-tying five-time WCW/WWE United States Champion, the second WWF Triple Crown Champion and fifth (with Goldberg) WCW Triple Crown Champion.

Hart was the first man to win both the WWF and WCW Triple Crown Championships. He is also the 1994 Royal Rumble winner (with Lex Luger), and the only two-time King of the Ring, winning the 1991 tournament and the first King of the Ring pay-per-view in 1993. Steve Austin, with whom Hart headlined multiple pay-per-view events[6] as part of a critically acclaimed rivalry from 1996–1997, inducted him into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2006.

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While endlessly working on new material, DeFame runs his blog, GenreGiants.com - "Genre Giants" focuses on self-growth and serves as a platform to promote indie artists/companies, as well as the Giants who helped define their Genre's.

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