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Owen Hart


ABOUT
ABOUT

Like everyone else in the Hart family, Owen Hart was unmatched when it came to performing within

the squared circle. After an independent run and a stint in NJPW, Hart set his sights on conquering

the WWE.



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Owen Hart and Jim ‘The Anvil’ Neidhart came together to form a tag team called The New

Foundation in the early 90s, but Hart’s greatest success came against his own brother- Bret ‘The

Hitman’ Hart. The two men put on some incredible matches, most notably in a steel cage.


Owen Hart would thereafter join Camp Cornette, and enjoy success teaming up with one another,

even winning the gold. Owen Hart also became Intercontinental Champion soon after, when he

pinned Rocky Miavia. After a variety of feuds, the Hart Foundation would reunite and Owen Hart

would be an integral part of the camp in 1997.


Owen Hart would also have a stint in the Nation of Domination, co-leading the faction alongside The

Rock. The faction would face off against the Nation of Domination in an extended feud, which is

considered entertaining to this day. He would also team up with Jeff Jarrett.



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While Owen Hart was at the top of his game, his untimely death would bring his career to a

premature halt, all at once. At Over the Edge 1999, Owen Hart would fall to his death owing to

internal bleeding from blunt force trauma. The equipment malfunction still haunts the world of

wrestling to this day.


Unfortunately, Owen Hart’s story came to an end, before it could even really start.



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People also ask


What did Owen Hart die of?

Internal bleeding


Are Bret Hart and Owen Hart related?

Yes, they are siblings.


Who was Owen Hart supposed to wrestle when he died?

Professional wrestler Owen Hart, a Canadian known as "Blue Blazer," fell 50 feet, hit his head and died when a wire holding him in the air either broke or became disconnected while he was being lowered into the ring.


How old is Owen Hart?

34 years (1965–1999)

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