Before the Attitude Era kicked in, and in the aftermath of the Steroids scandal, emerged a superstar who called himself the ‘best there is, the best there was, and the best there ever will be’. When Hulk Hogan was on his way out of WWE, and the company pinned their hopes on Lex Luger, the fans began to back a smaller, technically sound superstar who (along with members of the Kliq) would carry the company on his back through the early 90s.
Sure, he’s a 5 time WWE Champion, who spent more time than any wrestler in the 90s as the top dog in the company (654 days) and was the first ever WCW Champion born outside the United States. But even Bret Hart isn’t a man without fault. Read on and find out more about Bret Hart and his sins.