Friday, September 01, 2006

How Hard Has Bret Screwed Bret?

Pro Wrestling Pundit is officially launched, and we begin with a topic that is sure to turn a lot of heads.

Some fans would ask, "how can you criticize one of the greatest champions of the 1990's?" I would respond, "how can you not?"

Bret Hart was close to being released when he was lucky enough to be paired with Jim Neidhardt and Jimmy Hart to form the Hart Foundation. They had a successful run as a team that lasted many years, and were one of my favorite childhood tag teams.

Then they split up, and Bret came seemingly out of nowhere to defeat Mr. Perfect for the Intercontinental title at Summerslam. So far so good...

When the steroid trial reared it's ugly head, Bret was in position to change the face of the stereotypical WWE champion. This ushered in a new WWE era.

I will give Bret his due. Bret's successful title run paved the way for the actual WWE wrestling product to get better over the years, and set the stage for many smaller wrestlers to have success. Without Bret carrying the ball, would we have had Chris Jericho and Chris Benoit title runs? It's debatable.
We can look back at Bret Hart leading the charge for the "New Generation" and we see a time where WWE business wasn't very impressive. While Bret wasn't offensive as champion, he certainly didn't put the butts in the seats that Hogan did before him and Austin did after...

For me personally, becoming a fan when the Megapowers were sitting on top of the wrestling world, it was hard to support Bret Hart as a World Heavyweight Champion. His defeat of Ric Flair meant no title rematch for Randy Savage. His first title reign would be ended to put the belt back around Hogan's waist, but by the time he had his second reign, it was more than apparant that Hulkamania was either dead or certainly on a long hiatus.

I learned to live with Bret Hart as a World Champion. While I never cared particularly about the stories between Bret and Owen, Hakushi, or Bob Backlund, I knew Bret Hart could produce a great match. I point to his match with the British Bulldog at In Your House as a shining example of what Bret could do in the ring when he had the belt. That match is vastly underated, as most people tend to remember their 1992 Summerslam encounter.

Outside of the ring, I didn't feel like Bret delivered. As a babyface champion, he was boring. I didn't feel that he was the best there is, best there was, or the best their ever would be, and resented him for making the claim.

The WWE groomed Shawn Michaels as a successor to the Hitman. Bret was never happy with the way he was portrayed in the buildup to Wrestlemania, and he wasn't going to be happy with Shawn Michaels from that point on. We all know how that story ends up...

But it wasn't all Montreal Screwjobs. There was a time when the legitimate backstage tension between Bret and Shawn was good for the business, especially while the WWE accidentally found their new savior in a foul mouthed s.o.b. by the name of Steve Austin.

Bret had lost touch with the fans who were tired of his lame babyface schtick. It was time for a change. Bret joined with Owen, The Anvil, The Bulldog, and "Loose Cannon" Brian Pillman to form the NEW Hart Foundation, and while WCW was still dominating the ratings war, the Foundation's feuds were rebuilding interest in RAW. Eventually it would give birth to Austin vs. McMahon and Degeneration X, and the ball would be back in Vince's court.

Before that however, Bret's relationship with the WWE would self-destruct. Bret Hart was sitting on top of the WWE as the World Champion. However, his large contract was too much for Vince to handle, and Bret wasn't happy anyways. Bret wanted a change of scenery. It was time for him to move on.

The Survivor Series came from Canada that year, where Bret was still a crowd favorite. He wasn't comfortable with dropping the title to Shawn Michaels in his home country. We all know the story, as the WWE has revisited numerous times since.

Vince defended his actions by breaking kayfabe on Raw and essentially explaining how the business works. When you are a champion, and you are leaving a promotion, you do the right thing and lose the title. Hell, when you aren't a champion, and you are leaving a promotion, you lose a few matches. They weren't in Calgary, they were in Canada. That's like Hogan saying that he can't lose a match in the United States (which I guess arguably you could say he's pretty much stuck to over the past 20 plus years).

When Vince decided to take the title off Bret, he was doing what was best for himself and his employees. Had Vince let Bret leave as the WWE World Champion, and had a tournament or battle royal for a vacant title while Bret appeared on WCW TV as the man who never lost the title, I guarantee that WWE would not be the promotion left standing today, and regardless of what you think about the current WWE product, wrestling as a whole would be worse off. Could you imagine a WCW product in 2006 with no competition for ratings? I think we can all safely presume that it would be absolutely horrid.

Bret should have done business, point blank. A loss to Michaels in Canada would have done a lot less damage to the Hitman than the aftermath of the Montreal Screwjob did.

Bret Hart has essentially spent the past 9 years publicly crying about what happened at that Survivor Series. His chance to redeem himself in World Championship Wrestling is largely a flop, as he doesn't truly have a memorable match until after Owen Hart dies, and he meets Benoit at the Kemper Arena in a tribute match. WCW does nothing for Bret Hart, and Bret Hart does nothing for WCW.

As much as I criticize Bret, I don't do it without sympathy. In the time between the Montreal Screwjob and right now, both of his parents have passed, his brother died in a very public accident, his brother in law dies as well, his marriage falls apart, his family begins fighting amongst itself, and then Goldberg mule kicks Bret's head off, effectively ending Bret's career. If that's not enough, Bret then has a stroke.

It's impossible to not have compassion for Bret Hart, however it's hard to grant as much compassion as Bret consistently asks for. I mean essentially, everything mentioned in the last paragraph is something that Vince has blamed on Vince McMahon.

Bret Hart's story is tragic, as he has gone from the excellence of execution to a very cynical shell of his former self. Bret has made no apologies for constantly chastizing everything WWE related in his Calgary Sun column since his retirement.

He has attached the in ring work of Ric Flair and Shawn Michaels, two of the greatest in ring performers of all time, and two men who Bret himself has had some of his greatest matches with. He criticizes that their matches are all the same.

However it is Bret himself who is responsible for the popularization of the term, "five moves of doom." Watch the Bret Hart DVD and look for matches that don't reach their climax with a vertical suplex, Russian legsweep, backbreaker, elbowdrop from the second rope, and the Sharpshooter.

Then watch the extras on the DVD, and find out how Bret even learned the Sharpshooter. Made it up in the Dungeon? No. The so called "Excellence of Excecution" had to have Konnan (as Max Moon) teach him the sharpshooter. I was hooking the Scorpion Deathlock when I was 5 years old, and it was damn effective too. I made a lot of little kids tap.

If anything is more important to Bret than his pride, it's his legacy. The Bret Hart DVD only exists because Bret was willing to put his pride aside if it meant he could have control over his DVD.

Bret becomes wrestling's greatest hypocrite as he poses shaking hands with Vince McMahon, who he has publicly chastized for tearing apart his life and his family, so that he can reestablish to fans that he was important to the business.

Bret, no one ever disputed that you were important to the wrestling business. We all know that you mattered. You contributed some fantastic things. You created a legacy for yourself.

However, your continuing campaign to prove to fans that you were one of the greatest of all time is doing much more to tarnish your legacy than it is to build it. Bret was ok with appearing on TV for Vince McMahon so long as it placed him into the WWE Hall of Fame. He flat out stated that he would walk out if Shawn Michaels attended, and he refused to appear on the stage at Wrestlemania, which is the part of the induction especially for the fans to give their appreciation, but Bret did indeed cement his place in wrestling history.

Shortly afterward, he was inducted into an alternate Hall of Fame, and made sure to still get in a shot at Vince and the WWE Hall of Fame.

Everytime Bret Hart makes a veiled comment like that the WWE Hall of Fame means nothing, I don't picture Bret Hart standing on the second rope holding his title belt. I picture Bret Hart standing around the ring, breaking monitors.

Day by day, Bret Hart does more and more to make that image resound in my head at the mention of his name.

Recently Bret said he wouldn't mind appearing on WWE TV to unveil that the whole Montreal situation was a work, but he can't because of his stroke. If it was a work, it certainly didn't work out as Bret had planned, and he's done more than enough to let us know ever since 1997.

The wrestling community as a whole is more than over what happened at the 1997 Survivor Series. Shawn and Vince may not be, but at least when they relive it, they do it in the name of entertainment. Bret Hart relives that night as a spiteful old man, and I've yet to see anything positive come of it.

Bret carries the weight of everything that happened at that Survivor Series everyday with him. Due to his attitude and his column, the event is almost more identifiable with him than his in-ring work. Bret has indeed screwed Bret, and even if he doesn't have to accept fault for what happened that night, he does have to accept fault for the change in public opinion since his retirement.

It's time, Bret, to forgive and forget. It is time to fade from the limelight and let your past actions define how you will be remembered...

Golden Talent or Tarnished Legacy? Wrestling Legend or Wrestling Tragedy?

Only time will tell...


Daron Smythe said...

Although it's not a big part of your argument, I don't like the little bit about how Hart was lucky to even keep his job with the Hart Foundation team. It's like a knock on him for being at the right place at the right time, which can be said for any of the major stars of the past twenty years (Hogan, Austin, Michaels, Cena, etc.)

Let's look at Hart's big run and his championship reigns. They didn't build him up nearly as well as the previous "ace" (Hogan). His title win over Flair was on a HOUSE SHOW!
Hart worked nearly every house show, whereas Hogan worked the tapings and major shows only. Hogan's programs would get major TV time and angles to build, whereas Jean Pierre LaFeit stole Bret's jacket. Really? Stole his jacket? We all thought Hogan nearly died when Earthquake stomped him on the Brother Love show. We wanted to see Hogan overcome all the odds to get his revenge. I mean, Bret could've just wanted until Pierre wasn't looking to steal his jacket back.

Another point to make is how the Montreal Screwjob work came off. This is a great indicator of the changing attitudes of wrestling fans. If this angle had been ran a few years prior (which would've blown the fans' minds), Hart would've gotten the sympathy they were looking for, but instead, the WWE and Vince portrayed Bret as a whiny bitch. If all the events leading up to the screwjob were true, Bret SHOULD'VE gained the sympathy.

For example, after the tragic passing of Owen at Over The Edge 99, Bret has a LEGIT axe to grind, but still, everyone thinks he is a whiny bitch. HIS BROTHER DIED FOR VINCE MCMAHON'S STUNTS FOR GOD'S SAKES!

The "five moves of doom" comment could be labeled to almost any big name. Shawn Michaels falls in the same category, Hogan's been doing the same comeback for twenty-plus years, etc. etc. etc.

These are just some of my thoughts.

Tim Haught said...

John Pierre LaFitte was a pirate. He is the original Rated "RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR" Superstar.

Anonymous said...

Owen Hart was the best thing to come out of canada since Bryan Adams...Bret, although his reign was long and what I feel was not very exciting and overplayed, has become a side note in wrestiling history. But who did the WWE have to take the ball and run with it? Hogan, Savage, and Flair all jumped ship...Taker was still in his early phases before he jumped from wcw to wwe as the dead man. UMMM ISSAC YANKEM D.D.S. anyone? Bret Hart had no one to feud with it was a trying time where no one had creativity. We have a man whose alias is "the hitman" versus a Dentist...oh no whats he going to do not use novicaine. To the menacing child that eats loads of candy this might strike fear deep in their "hart", but not Bret(ok that was weak and I'll stop). Even in the build up of the early to mid 90's Taker, Yoko, Backlund, HBK, Tatanka...who there had the carisma to take the company to new heights...Mind you hbk was still the "kid" before he was zip lining from the ceiling of a major ppv.

So my question is even though I loath Bret Hart, who else could have done what he did for the buisness. God knows owen could have done 1000x's more

Chad Jordan said...

There's an episode of "Hogan Knows Best" where Linda gets a monkey. Bret Hart's wife has no monkey. Winner? The Hulkster. Hulkamania reigns supreme.

Tim Haught said...

Anonymous, I think you have your dates a bit messed up...

The Undertaker held the WWE for a very short reign approximately a year before Bret ever got the belt. He was long removed from being "Mean" Mark Callous. Taker was a babyface and had vanquished Jake Roberts from the WWE by the time that Bret took the title.

In fact, when Bret won the title in Saskatoon, WWE had The WWF roster for October 1992 was as follows: Hulk Hogan, Randy "Macho Man" Savage, The Ultimate Warrior, "The Million Dollar Man" Ted Dibiase, "Mr. Perfect" Curt Hennig, "The British Bulldog" Davey Boy Smith, "The Nature Boy" Ric Flair, Scott "Razor Ramon" Hall, Bob Backlund, and Yokozuna under contract.

It was certainly a deliberate plot on behalf of the WWE to give the ball to Bret Hart and let him run with it, and you and Daron Smythe make great points about a lack of credible opponents, because most of the aforementioned guys would be gone shortly after Bret won the title, setting up Wrestlemania 9 as what is widely considered the worst Wrestlemania of all time.

Summerslam 93 was meant to be Hogan vs. Hart in the match that would have really solidified Hart as a champion. Instead, Hogan wanted to put over Yokozuna, and we received Luger/Yoko, and the Hitman faced Jerry Lawler about who was the true king.

To me, it was really where Bret belonged. Upper Mid Card, a World Championship Challenger, but not a champion.

I am not looking to go back and revise history though. Bret Hart would get the ball back at Wrestlemania 10 (Although the plan was to give the belt to Luger, but Luger ruined his WWE title run by divulging planned outcomes before the event).

Bret was in the right place at the right time, much like most of the men who have held the WWE title. He was able to get through some of the WWE's worst year, and be an important part of establishing the guys who would really run with the ball during the attitude era, most notably Steve Austin.

My point, however, wasn't to negate the significance of Bret's title runs or his contributions to pro wrestling. I don't think a lot of people are arguing that Bret Hart did for the business what Steve Austin or Hulk Hogan did. I also don't think anyone is arguing that Bret didn't do anything at all.

My main point was that by refusing to step out of the spotlight, and by constantly criticizing the current product and superstars, while also constantly rehashing the negative moments from his past and being a very bitter whining old codger, Bret Hart has developed a new persona that is becoming more identifiable with the name Bret Hart than the technical wrestling champion of the 90's. Because of this, Bret Hart is at fault for ruining his own legacy, despite the fact that it seems to be all Bret cares about.

Bret is directly responsible for how he will be portrayed in wrestling history. Thus far he has done more to ruin public perception than anyone else ever could.

Jim said...

I agree with 90% of what you said, about Bret screwing Bret. However, I think you need to do some revision before you go claiming that so many people think so.

10% of wrestling fans would agree with you about Bret screwing Bret, and 95% of them will be Michaels marks.

WWE has not portrayed Bret to be a whiny bitch. Vince McMahon has, and he did it for very specific reasons, other than possibly needing to justify himself to people who just don't understand how things work.

This was milked to the last drop in order to create even more buzz and controversy.

And guess what. January 4th is rolling around, and I daresay it's going to be the highest rated wrestling event in history.

Still light at the end of the tunnel for Bret man. And plenty of it. There's probably going to be a happy ending here.

Stop being so cynical.

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