WWE News: Bret Hart calls Seth Rollins 'unsafe'
WWE Hall of Famer Bret 'The Hitman' Hart who is known for being outspoken against the higher ups of WWE, recently had an interview with Forbes where he once again offered some very harsh words against the former WWE World heavyweight champion Seth Rollins.
While talking about the incident when Seth Rollins broke John Cena's nose with a misplaced kick, Bret criticized former Shield member stating that he could have killed Cena with that move while at the same time he also praised Cena for finishing the match. He said:
"He [Rollins] knees him the face so hard, and so recklessly, and so dangerously. He could easily kill somebody with a knee like that to the face. It's a testimony to John Cena. A, he finished the match and B, that he didn't get a shotgun and shoot Seth Rollins when he came through the curtain."
In addition to this, the former WWE Intercontinental Champion also recalled a moment from his own wrestling career where the former WCW star Bill Goldberg mistakenly hit him with a thrust kick to the head which ended his career:
"Bill Goldberg kicked me in the head and ended my career because he didn't know what he was doing. You get guys that cost me millions and millions of dollars, cost me my career, probably led to my stroke and so many things that happened all because somebody didn't know what they were doing."
During the interview, Bret also criticized the both Stephnie McMahon and Shane McMahon for not taking the injuries seriously and claimed that he didn't seriously hurt anyone during his 23 years long wrestling career.