The latest episode of The Sharpshooter Podcast went live last night on Bret Hart Radio.
You can find some transcribed comments from from this episode from WWE Hall of Famer Bret “Hitman” Hart below.
BH: I am a really big fan of Seth’s. I think he’s one of the best young wrestlers in the world today. That’s why I think I made such a strong criticism. It’s meant to make him think. It’s not a personal attack. It’s a professional criticism of his work a few months ago. I think there’s a little bit of an onus here not to own up to what he did. You can watch it back. I watched it back just a minute ago. He clearly knees John Cena as hard as he can in the face. It’s not John Cena’s fault. If you watch it it’s not John Cena leaning in it’s Seth Rollins’ pulling his head down and kneeing him as hard as he can in the face. It’s bullshit. Everything I said is true. If he’s got hurt feelings, well, it’s better to have hurt feelings than a broken, shattered face. My whole gripe with that kind of stuff is that you can’t get injured. The wrestler can’t afford getting hurt. There’s a huge onus on the two wrestlers to protect each other at all costs. If you can’t protect the guy you are working with, if you can’t be more careful than that, then you need to go back to the drawing board. It’s a good criticism. All of those agents in WWE, I don’t know who they are that are schooling these guys and telling them what they are doing right and what they are doing wrong. They should all be chastised for not speaking up too. Including Vince. Including Triple H. What he did was totally wrong. Totally unprofessional. It’s true and it’s not a personal attack. It just means, “Be more careful.” You can’t be hurting guys like that all the time.
This week’s “Sharpshooting w/ Bret Hart” segment features discussion about:
- Seth Rollins’ recent comments on Chris Jericho’s podcast about what Bret said to Sports Illustrated about him being reckless in the ring when he broke John Cena’s nose
- The responsibilty that comes with being WWE World Heavyweight Champion
- Whether today’s in-ring product lends itself to more people getting injured
- The big announcement that Brock Lesnar will be competing against Mark Hunt at UFC 200
In the second half of the show Bret welcomes fellow WWE Hall of Famer Jake “The Snake” Roberts on to discuss:
- How making The Resurrection of Jake “The Snake” Roberts has changed his life
- The reservations he had about making the movie
- Being inspired by DDP
- Whether it was hard for Bret to watch the movie
- The potential that the movie could start being shown in schools for kids to learn from
- Jake’s experiences being in bars recently performing his one-man show
- How much it meant to Jake & Bret to be inducted in to the WWE Hall of Fame
- Bret’s respect for Jake’s abilities in the ring
- Where Jake think he had his best matches and when he thinks he was in his prime
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