Bret Hart Says Canadian Walk Of Fame Induction Means More To Him Than The WWE Hall Of Fame


WWE Hall of Famer Bret “The Hitman” Hart recently spoke with News Channel 3 to discuss his induction into the Canadian Walk of Fame, why it means more to him than the WWE Hall of Fame, and more. You can check out some highlights from the interview below:

On how this means more to him than the WWE Hall of Fame: “In the WWE, I’ve been in a Hall of Fame twice, which has always meant a lot to me. But this is higher or bigger than that because it represents the whole country.”

On being a hero to young fans: “In my days in the WWE as the world champion, it’s part of your job to meet a lot of Make-a-Wish kids, meet a lot of kids that have far bigger problems than you could ever imagine. It’s a humbling thing to be a television hero as I was for so many years on TV every Saturday from Canada. The wrestling hero I portrayed myself to be was somebody that I ultimately became. I believed in that person and I found strength in that person, didn’t I? I found strength in the fans that cheered me on for all those years and felt that they’re always in my corner, always backing me up.”

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