Bret Hart Inducted into Canada’s Walk of Fame

WWE Hall of Famer Bret Hart spoke to News channel 3 in Canada to talk about his being inducted into the Canadian Walk of Fame. Hart became the first professional wrestler in history to receive this honor in Canada, and although he is proud to have been inducted into the Serious Hall of Fame (including the WWE Hall of Fame twice) , but this honor is even higher for The Hitman.

“In WWE, I’ve been in the Hall of Fame twice, which has always meant a lot to me,” Hart said. “But this is higher or bigger than that because it represents the whole country.”

In addition to the honors, Bret Hart reflects a bit on his wrestling career, including meeting the Make-A-Wish kids as a world champion and his humility in becoming hero back home Canada. Hart credits the fans for giving him strength during this time and for always being there for him.

“During my days in WWE as a world champion, your job was to meet a lot of Make-a-Wish kids, a lot of kids who had problems that were much bigger than those of the world. anything you can imagine,” Hart recalls. “It is such a humbling thing to be a TV hero like I have spent so many years on TV every Saturday from Canada. The wrestling hero I have described myself as becoming is who I ended up becoming. I believed in him and I found strength in him, didn’t I? I find strength in the fans who have cheered me on for all these years and feel that they are always in my corner, always supporting me. ”

Bret Hart is inducted into the Canadian Walk of Fame along with several other celebrities, most notably actor Keanu Reeves. AEW star Chris Jericho, a longtime friend of Hart, served as his host.

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Chris Estrada

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