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Don't you think Bret Hart could actually be used to wrestle longer matches?
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Old 05 Sep 2010, 02:16 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Don't you think Bret Hart could actually be used to wrestle longer matches?

So far, they haven't let him wrestle more than 30 seconds in any given match.































He's younger than Ric Flair.































Don't you think he's capable of doing longer matches like Ric Flair?















































he's only 53.















































Flair's over 60.















































































I mean, the stuff is fake anyway.















what's so hard about wrestling a fake match?































I'm not expecting him to do any complex moves like a vertical suplex or a lion sult........















but he could still do a few more punching and kicking.















































Bret Hart = Big Ratings.















Why don't they use him more?































































If they actually had Bret Hart vs the Undertaker live on Raw,















that match would have been HUGE.
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Old 05 Sep 2010, 02:20 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I know they teased it at the 900th show. But the WWE will not run the risk of screwing Bret up. He was/is under orders to avoid contact as much as possible. He can't really even fly all that much, as his stroke really did a number to him. Bret won't work a full match anymore, as seen in him dressing in jean shorts and a shirt(Batman FTW!). His active roster days are over, but he still can draw the greenbacks, thus why he's out there in all of these random storylines. If he takes even one bump wrong, he could be in serious danger, the WWE won't risk it with the Benoit thing that happened.















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NO WAY WWE doesnt want to injury bret hart at this time WWE will just keep him for appereances now but now Wrestling.
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They may be afraid to use Bret because of his stroke. If something were to happen to him while wrestling WWE would be in hot water.















































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NO bret hart recovered from a near fatal stroke
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