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Wembley Stadium Causes Controversy By Leaving Out The British Bulldog & Bret Hart

Bret Hart & The British Bulldog Davey Boy Smith SummerSlam 1992 WWF PPV WrestleFeed App

The World Wrestling Federation sold out the Wembley Stadium in London, England (UK, Europe) with more than 80,355 fans on August 29th 1992 for their annual SummerSlam pay-per-view.

That WWF PPV was headlined by the Intercontinental Championship match between the Champion Bret ‘The Hitman’ Hart and the challenger, his real life brother-in-law ‘The British Bulldog’ Davey Boy Smith.

Alongside several soccer matches and concerts, this marks one of the greatest events that ever took place in the history of Wembley Stadium.

However, in a recent Tweet by their official social media account, they posted a graphic that completely left out the legendary SummerSlam 1992 PPV.

Here’s what the official Twitter account of the late great ‘British Bulldog’ (run by his daughter Georgia Smith) tweeted:

“Wow. How disappointing. You guys completely disregarded what my dad and Bret did, and the history they made there.”

Whoever is responsible for that graphic, obviously – for whatever reason – made a big mistake by leaving out the historical WWF event, no doubt about it.

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