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Video Of A Young Edge Asking Bret Hart A Question On A 1992 Talk Show

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• Video Of A Young Edge Asking Bret Hart A Question On A 1992 Talk Show

In 1992, two young up-and-coming professional wrestlers, who eventually became known as WWF Attitude Era Wrestlers Edge & Just Joe, were in the crowd during an episode of the Dini Petty talk show that had Bret Hart as the featured guest.

Both Edge & Just Joe were asking The Hitman about how to become a World Wrestling Federation Superstar and Hart tried to give them advice but also said that he came up several years earlier (in 1984) and has no idea how things were now (in 1992), after all the territories were gone.

Here’s how Edge reacted to the video on Twitter:

“Thought this footage was lost. After the show Bret found me and apologized for not being able to give me more advice. I eventually went and trained at his house and he cracked the door to WWE for me to kick open. Truly gave back to the business. Also, my mullet game was top tier.”

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• Old School WWF Veteran Would Have Celebrated His Birthday

Today would have been the 70th birthday of Old School WWF Veteran “Iron” Mike Sharpe.

“Iron” Mike Sharpe wrestled during the 70s, 80s & 90s and was referring to himself as “Canada’s Greatest Athlete”.

Sharpe is widely considered the #1 greatest ‘Jobber To The Stars’ in World Wrestling Federation history, ranking even above other famous jobbers like The Brooklyn Brawler & Barry Horowitz.

During his WWF career, he put over some of the greatest names in professional wrestling history on TV, such as The British Bulldog, Mr. Perfect, Ricky Steamboat, The Ultimate Warrior, Jake Roberts, Owen Hart, Kerry Von Erich and Bob Backlund.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY & † REST IN PEACE

October 28, 1951 – January 17, 2016

        
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