• Kevin Nash Agrees With What Bret Hart Said About The Old School Schedule While Talking About Scott Hall’s Death
While remembering Scott Hall, Bret Hart wrote the following about the tough old school wrestling schedule:
“We’ve lost so many wrestlers from my era, and this is just one more to a list that’s far too long.
I won’t blame any one thing, but I do believe that if the days of wrestling 300 days a year had been kinder and more considerate, if we could’ve been home with our loved ones more, many of my old friends and brothers would still be here.”
Kevin Nash agreed with Bret’s comments and replied the following under his post on Instagram:
“We just had this conversation. I agree 100% the meat grinder hasn’t been kind to the crews that ran 300 plus days.
The mental and physical pain of those years scar hard and deep but the men that I shared my life with were such a special breed and many life long friends.
Thank you for the kind words about Scott. I love you Bret, honored to call you my friend.”
Tap here to read Bret’s complete statement.
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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (March 16, 2008) – Old School Wrestling Manager Passed Away
On this day in 2008, we lost Old School Wrestling Manager “Playboy” Gary Hart (Real name: Gary Richard Williams) at the age of 66 due to a heart attack.
Most of you will probably remember him as a manager in World Class Championship Wrestling promotion and Jim Crockett Promotions / World championship Wrestling.
Among his clients were famous Wrestlers such as The Great Muta, Al Perez, Gino Hernandez, Terry Funk and Kendo Nagasaki.
Hart was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2021 as part of their annual “Legacy Wing” inductions.
† REST IN PEACE GARY HART
January 24, 1942 – March 16, 2008