Bret Hart opens up about Owen/Martha and WWE HOF Submitted by Aaron Rift on 07/05/2018 at 03:13 PM
Bret Hart recently did an interview with the In This Corner podcast and here are a few highlights...
Owen & The WWE Hall of Fame: “Owen was the nicest, kindest, most adored wrestlers for his kindness, like, he’s not remembered for his high-flying, and he may be remembered for his practical jokes, but more importantly he is remembered for the kind of guy he was and being a real friend to people when they were struggling or got depressed and were bummed out about being away from their home all the time. Owen was one of those kind of guys where it was almost like magic where he could pick your spirits up and make you smile to get through the day. There are a lot of great wrestlers who haven’t got their pat on the back at the Hall of Fame and it started bothering me to the point where I don’t think I will go again to any of the ceremonies until they put in proper, deserving candidates.”
Owen’s Widow Martha: “Oh yeah, I think Martha, Owen’s widow, is a very obtuse, square-headed person,” I think she has done more to erase my brother Owen’s memory than she ever did to remember him. I think it really bothers me that the fans that love Owen so much don’t get a chance to remember him. You do these kind of things for the people that are here left to remember them.”