Bret Hart Seminar Today, Sgt. Slaughter Almost Starred With The Rock?, Meet Matt Hardy & Reby Sky

Bret Hart Seminar Today, Sgt. Slaughter Almost Starred With The Rock?, Meet Matt Hardy & Reby Sky- Crossfire Entertainment, LLC Presents "Once In A Lifetime" today from the Nashville Fairgrounds Sports Arena in Nashville, TN. WWE Hall of Famer Bret "The Hitman" Hart will make a special appearance at the event. Harry Smith vs. Jerry Lynn, Dustin Rhodes vs. Kid Kash and Shane Williams vs. Brian Christopher have been announced for the event. You can get more information or purchase tickets at

- Matt Hardy and Reby Sky will be signing autographs this afternoon from 2-5 pm at Enfield Square in Enfield, CT. You can get more details about the appearance at this link.

- In an interview with theScore's Arda Ocal, WWE legend and current official WWE Ambassador Sgt. Slaughter revealed that he was originally talked about to play a part in the newest GI Joe movie, alongside Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. Slaughter, who was featured in an animated GI Joe movie in the 1980s, said that the character played by Bruce Willis was originally going to be played by him, and he was the leading candidate to play the role.

Other topics discussed in the interview include how close he was to not portraying an Iraqi Sympathizer in the WWE, the iconic promo where he burns Hulk Hogan's shirt and how the original idea was to burn the American flag and Slaughter's reaction, and more. You can check out the interview below:

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