Bret Hart Discusses His Father, His Matches With HBK & Owen At WrestleMania, More
On comparing his speech for his induction into the Hall of Fame to that of his father's induction: "(It was) almost the opposite. I had less time. My dad's such a big topic and such an important part of the industry. Maybe more so to the wrestlers themselves. This is one that the wrestlers really care about.
"There's so much to say about my father and what he contributed to and all those who loved him and what he meant to the industry that in the time that they gave me, it was impossible to do justice to him. So, I almost didn't even care. 'OK. I got 30 seconds to say something about my father. I'll do it and get it over with.' I'd like to have expanded it and do it a little longer. Not like I did at the Hall of Fame for myself. Just to where I could talk and leisurely about my father and some of the things he did. I wish I could have done that a little longer.
"Whereas, for my Hall of Fame, I didn't know if I was ever going to come back. So, I went on and on and on and on for so long."
On Tyson Kidd being off TV and Natalya dealing with the "flatulent" gimmick: "Sometimes, things aren't always in your control. Sometimes, they do things as a test to see if you're good enough to do something else. You can only imagine sometimes what it takes for someone to throw you a bone in wrestling."
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