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AEW Rejected Bret Hart’s Offer

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‘Inside The Ropes’ journalist Brian R. Solomon took to Twitter and revealed that WWF Legend Bret Hart offered to become an agent for Tony Khan’s All Elite Wrestling, but AEW turned him down.

Here’s what Solomon posted:

“I’m actually a big fan of Orange Cassidy and his work.

But in a company that has Arn Anderson, Jake Roberts, Tazz, Billy Gunn, Christian Cage, Chris Jericho, Dustin Rhodes and Sting in the locker room, shouldn’t they be the ones being tapped to be road agents?

When I recently interviewed Bret Hart for my book, he told me that he offered to agent for them, but they only wanted to bring him in as a manager like Tully, Arn, Jake, etc.

Imagine having the ability to have Bret Hart coach your talent and saying, no just be a TV character.”

Bret Hart wrestled for the World Wrestling Federation from 1984 until he got screwed in Montreal at the end of the Survivor Series 1997 pay-per-view.

During his time in the WWF, The Hitman won the WWF World Heavyweight Championship (5x), the WWF Intercontinental Championship (2x) and the WWF World Tag Team Championship (2x). He is also the only 2-time WWF King of the Ring in history.

He was inducted in the WWE Hall of Fame in 2006 and again as part of The Hart Foundation in 2019.

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