Bret Hart Says Triple H Is Overrated & Never Had A Great Match

WWE Hall of Famer Bret Hart recently spoke with Wrestle Talk TV Extra and had some harsh words about Triple H:

“I have a certain amount of respect for Triple H. I remember when he first came in, I remember commenting on stuff that he did. Because I’d usually give wrestlers my thoughts and try to help them on stuff… Triple H has always been a good wrestler. But great? What is he now, a 1,000 time world champion? How great really is he?

“I look at [CM] Punk… I can look at certain wrestlers and I go, this guy is an innovator. Like a Rey Mysterio, who’s done stuff that no one has ever thought of before. Punk has done stuff — really unique moves and you go, ‘gee I’ve never seen anything like that before.’ They innovate all the time, and they create new sequences and moves and things.

“Then you look at someone like Triple H. When I look at him — he’s always had a good look as far as his body went — he always had a pretty muscular physique. But you look at someone like Hunter and you wonder, what has he really done. One move that he ever created that nobody ever saw before or some highspots or an idea for a match… He’s mostly a guy that just showed up and they made him. He’s always been a decent wrestler — I would consider him a good wrestler and pretty talented. But great? I don’t know, I don’t think so.

“What has he ever done that’s great? He’s never had a great match, I don’t think ever. Whenever I look at Triple H’s matches, including the last one he had with Undertaker — and I don’t really mean it as a knock — but I told myself before I watched it because I’m trying to like Paul now these days, that I want to see him do something to make me think he’s got greatness in him.

“Before Triple H wrestled Undertaker last year, I remember watching it and going, ‘I can picture the whole match in my head, I can tell you exactly what this match is going to be like and how it’s going to go. And I remember watching it and it went exactly how I predicted it… I thought it was mediocre at best, maybe a 4 out of 10, or 3 out of 10.

“I think Paul is a little overrated… overrated for being great. I can sit here and tell you that there was one match that he ever had with anybody that I thought was great. It’s kind of a shame, he should have a great match somewhere with somebody. And you’d think that he would have had it by now, but I don’t think he’s a great wrestler.”

There’s much more to the interview, including Bret’s thoughts on the Undertaker and CM Punk.

Brad Davis

Brad Davis is the editor of and He's been hooked on pro wrestling since 1989 and has attended 8 WrestleManias

  • No1LitaFan

    Bret Hart will now be given the ‘Chris Benoit treatment’ from WWE….

    • Progress_Now

      took the words outta my mouth, unless……….oh god don’t tell me it’s a setup for HHH vs Hitman at WM! I can’t imagine many worse matches than that

      • Pozessed

        I would rather that than HHH burying Lesnar at mania in their second match.

        • IKeepsit100

          HHH burying Lesnar…LOL…another retarded fan. Have you watched HHH matches in the past 4-5 years? This guy been pulling losses left and right and yet still pull haters. He’s doing something right.

          • Steve James

            Yeah, I love reading the Triple H-related articles on here, just for the hilarious “everything is Triple H’s fault, all the time, always” comments. Waiting for the “CM Punk didn’t have a two year title reign because Triple H BURIED him!!”
            Triple H has taken 3 Wrestlemania losses from the same guy, put over new guys like Orton and Batista once upon a time( three consecutive PPV Title challenge losses to Batista, one in a HIAC, even), has jobbed to guys like Angle, Jericho, and Benoit, and even helped Jeff Hardy’s Title push…Remember how he beat CM Punk in the summer of 2011, and IWC douches said, “duh, uh, duh, way to bury Punk with your massive ego!” Didn’t Punk then go on to become WWEC for 434 days? Wow, that’s what I call a burial!

          • Orestis

            HHH wrestling The Undertaker 3 times isn’t sothing good to mention.The last 2 times he did it just to steal some spotlight.How many times was he praised because of those 2 matches.And yea the second match was great (IMO) but still he its because of the high profile that they made it look like that you enjoy the matches and see them as good.

          • Thomas Wing


          • Cujo999

            Very true. The IWC gets ridiculously overreacts and whenever anybody they mark out to has to do a job, they are automatically “buried.” That’s one reason why I’ve enjoyed Triple H. through the years, because he is a guy that will go out there and do jobs and will go out there and put new talent over. I will say that Bret has somewhat of a point about HHH not having a ton of 5 star matches, but I feel he’s had his share. For example, his best 2 out of 3 falls match with Austin, his match with Foley from the Royal Rumble, the return of HBK Street Fight, and HHH-‘taker 1 from ‘mania are just a few of the great matches I think he’s had.

          • valo

            dont forget about his match with warrior XD

          • SonofSheik81

            Preach on Brother Steve! I agree with you totally. Does Triple H have an ego? Hell yes! You have to have one to be successful in the business. That being said, he has done the right thing more often than not when it comes to putting guys over.

          • Pozessed

            Yet what is the point of another HHH Vs Lesnar match? Lesnar “injured” him last time and destroyed him to the point that it looks like he retired from wrestling. To come back and lose to Lesnar will be useless.

          • IKeepsit100

            well for one…i’m a fan of HHH and Lesnar. I just wouldnt mind watching it. Something new or better planned match could make it work. Wrestlers fight each other over and over ALL THE TIME. I enjoy the matches for what they are…not for what everybody else expects lol.

          • Chad

            so you’re saying that triple h wont win the mania match over lesnar? if you actually think that you are a moron.

    • SOBI

      lolx yeah
      Now the Montreal screwjob will be rememberred as a moment where
      Michaels screwed Little Jimmy

      • Dan Kincaid

        Hornswaggle, that’s the go to random throw in

    • Abz

      I dont blame him for being vocal because its not just past animosity, i think its got to do with the fact that the new hart generation is being extremely mishandled. Lile david hart said that once he sent hes dads wrestling boots for the hall of fame or something and they gave a broken frame with a old photo of the hart fpundation lol. Then the company cant even realise kidds potential and also stuckntalya with a stupid fart gimmick. How childish can they get. If i was ceo of that company a kick up the nuts.

    • Ken Iceguy

      i love that comment but let me get this straight if anyone bad mouth John Cena or HHH they either get buried , Fired , or will not be mentioned in the wwe like you said the chris beniot treatment but if anyone bad mouth Dwayne The Rock Johnson no one gets in trouble for it, i swear HHH is the most protected wwe star of all time next to cena and HHH was NEVER EVERRRR the top guy of the company, i guess the MSG 1996 incident still bothers him till this day and worst of all how Austin and Rock overshadowed his ass all these years smh HHH is the kevin federline of the wwe he is a hardworker/ future hall of famer funny how vince is allowing HHH to get away with shit let it go HHH just let it go smh

  • Dirtsheets wrong again

    Fuck up Bret. U mad.

    Guy looks like a Native American grandmother. And he’s pissed because his career fizzled and ended on a dead note.

    HHH has done more for the biz than Bret SHart ever has.

    • Imanny

      If you call getting married to the bosses daughter to “add more to the biz” then yes.but the Hitman and his family are all pioneers and contributed great and amazing things that Triple H only contributed good or decent things.

  • A Paul Heyman Guy

    Everything Bret said about HHH is true he was never an innovated wrestler once Triple H began dating and married Steph everything else was handed to him in the WWE

    • WWEFan4Life


      • WWEFan4Life

        Just like when the rock came back, he was randomly handed a WWE Championship opppurtunity


          no but rock got the oppurtunity cause he beat cena at wrestlemania

          • Progress_Now

            lol your posts get stupider and stupider every single day. is your brain rotting away or something? you a zombie??

          • Josh Foley

            if wrestlemania was the ppv before the rumble it would make sense for rock earning the shot

          • WWEFan4Life

            Loads of people have beaten Cena in the past, do they got a chance at the wwe championship, no


            He beat the face of the WWE in the main even of Wrestlemania. What is so hard to understand here? If Stone Cold beats CM Punk at Wrestlemania 30 and wants one match as Champ I bet that you all will not have a problem. Bunch of fucking whiners.

          • WWEFan4Life

            The rock aint in the hof, SCSA is, so if he won the title (which he wont) i wouldnt mind, being in the hof brings a special precense to a match

          • Brian Clark

            Thats a bit hypocritical. Both of them would have one match against a current star and then a title shot both are legends.

          • WWEFan4Life

            1 more than the other.

        • Andrew Campbell

          Nothing random about it. Rock can draw and judging by this weeks RAW ratings, WWE made a good move.

          I don’t know why everyone is making a big deal of Rock winning the title. The WWE Championship hasn’t meant anything in a long while. Yes, Punk’s reign restored a little of its importance, but the title is still pretty meaningless. Not to mention, it’s ugly as hell and looks ridiculous.

          If it was Austin or Jericho who beat Punk for the title, the IWC would be jerking off over their keyboards right about now.

          • WWEFan4Life

            If you think about it, yes, it was random, a few months after he beat cena he just randomly decides to show up and announce he gets a wwe championship match


            Funny how an article about how overrated Triple H is brings up The Rock.

          • WWEFan4Life

            Lol, yeah, but look at some of the other articles on here, there r plenty of things tht aint got nothing to do with the main subject

          • 2muchfire

            Andrew Campbell… I’m impressed, #TeamBringIt

        • G.I.R.L.

          Rick holding the championship= major outside attention on the title (like it used to be). Rock earned everything that he’s getting.

          • WWEFan4Life

            Yeah, years ago, when he used to be half decent

        • raVen

          haha my thoughts exactly!

          • WWEFan4Life

            Thank you, someone who sees things from my point of view

        • CM Ratings Killer

          I am guessing you were one of the many CM Punk fans running around crying. You guys are pathetic for all the shit you guys talk about John Cena fans, guess what they are kids. Not grown men crying because their favorite lost a damn match.

          • WWEFan4Life


    • Paul Lesipoop

      And this is the reason that I said that CM Punk and Randy Orton had the match of the night at Wrestlemania 27 and that Rock/Cena and Punk/Jericho had the matches of the night at Wrestlemania 28. Not no damn Triple H match. All he does is brawl.

    • WWEFan4Life

      But to be fair, as the guy below me said, Bret was a little bit overrated, too

    • Trevor Carnage Clark


    • Ken Iceguy

      yep people still gonna defend hhh maybe its because there to young to understand what smart wrestling fans see in hhh , by the way even if they book a HHH vs Brock lesnar at WM 29 i promise you as a new yorker fans in NYC/NJ will boo HHH ass out the stadium and lesnar will be cheered , HHH has been expose by tons of people over there years and everything bret says is legit

  • Stoops Nic


  • Steve

    well, i have to agree that HHH is not the most innovative wrestler, but he is one hell of an inring worker, and has great mic skills. in wrestling innovations are not as important as selling tickets – you can see that in Rock, Cena, Hogan, etc. In wrestling history they will always be greater than Brett Hart, because a lot more people will remember them.

  • Michael Jobe

    Go get kicked in the head again you bitter crybaby.

    • raVen

      he never got kicked in the head, watch the video!
      he ran into a foot and caused himself to have a stroke.
      bret was NEVER kicked in the head.

      • Michael Jobe


  • Reality

    Exactly what I’ve been saying about HHH for years. The guy’s good at best, but never great. Overrated for sure. It doesn’t matter what will be the consequences of his relationship with WWE after this interview, at least a grand figure of wrestling told it like it is.

  • Randy James Crawford

    I like Bret Hart but if he thinks Triple H has never had a great match he is an idiot why doesn’t he face Brock Lesnar and survive or fight Undertaker now, Randy Orton, John Cena, or even Chris Beniot himself.

    • Reality

      A facepalm isn’t enough… I’ll give you a doublefacepalm for your comment

      • WWEFan4Life


    • Josh Foley

      the man is entitled to his opinion, i dont agree with it, ive enjoyed many hhh matches, his hell in a cell with nash, sumerslam against shawn michaels, him and austin as tag team partners, but if bret hasnt seen any matches that sticks out, whos to say he is an idiot, its like when people say cena is awesome, there hasnt been a cena match yet that sticks out for me, all of cena’s matches are the same to me, so i can understand what bret was saying right there about trips

      • Bro88

        If you haven’t learned by reading this gentleman’s comments anyone who he disagrees with is automatically an idiot no matter what the situation is and his first response is to insult them rather than debate the issue like an adult.

  • Duane Boda

    Remember when the Ultimate Warrior came out and completely squashed Triple H?
    It appears as IF they had a script that was tossed aside by the Ultimate Warrior which
    Triple H immediately complained about as being unprofessional as result of the outcome.

  • AngelFlow

    I agree that HHH is no HBK, Bret Hart, Chris Benoit, CM Punk, Daniel Bryan or many other great technicians in terms of ring ability, but he had that it factor that many superstars lacked to be a main event star. Also I think that saying his match against The Undertaker last year was mediocre is just plain stupid, that match just for the story they sold us in the ring was amazing.

  • Not a cop


  • kquickstillsucks

    Bret to be honest you were a little over rated. HHH is probably too but so were you.

    • currygoi

      Absolutely! As a kid i used to be a big Hart fan. But if i watch matches in his prime now – every match looks the same! He had a lot of great matches – but you knew every move he’s going to do.

      • kquickstillsucks

        I thought Bret was good but the only matches of his id probably wanna go back and watch are his Mr.Perfect match at SS. Austin Streetfight at WM and HBK matches. Flair matches were always the same pretty much too but he was more entertaining than Bret Hart could even dream of being.

    • Steve James

      This is a great, diplomatic, and pretty much true answer. They both were/are overrated, but in this business, thats how you get ahead. Fooling people into thinking you’re better or more valuable than you actually are. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn’t. In the case of these two, it worked.
      And maybe Trip eventually latched on to the McMahon name, but Bret already had the Hart name opening his doors.

  • Steve James

    WM17 was a great match. The Armageddon 6-man HIAC was a great match. Two Man Powertrip vs. Benoit/Jericho was a great match, even after the quad tear.
    Not sure what Bret’s angle is here, if there is one…he just made nice with Vince and Shawn, and now he’s talking crap about the soon-to-be boss, somebody who, according to the IWC, has an ego the size of the Sears Tower, and who enjoys burying everyone and anyone all day, every day, simply on a whim…

    • Mike

      I know this is unrelated, but alot of people in this “IWC” have egos the size of Texas.

  • Bushwald Sexyface

    I hope Bret Hart isn’t really this stupid.

    • Progress_Now

      I wonder what would he be like today if he hadn’t had that stroke or heart attack or whatever it was. they often mess you up in ways you don’t realize

      • raVen

        he’s been this way his entire career.
        remember how he refused to drop the title and forced VKM to “screw” him?

    • Castle

      That’s Bret’s opinion on HHH. He’s entitled to have one.

      • Bushwald Sexyface

        Gee, thanks for stating the obvious. And I’m entitled to think that what he said is stupid if he actually believes it. Glad we got that settled :)

  • yes


  • Guest

    Lol Bret Hart still feels that he’s the best the is ,best there was, and best there ever will be. Talk about overrating yourself. This is one delusional and bitter old man whose opinion shouldn’t be taken seriously. And seriously how is Punk an innovator? Most of his unique moves were taken from Japanese wrestlers. Cesaro is way more innovative than Punk IMO.

    • yes

      Punk knows MMA. enough said.

      • guest

        Okay just because Punk watches MMA doesn’t mean he knows it. Punk would get his skinny fat ass kicked in real life.

      • fatneal

        lol man ol man the marks are out

  • Andrew Campbell

    Triple H is one of the most overrated superstars in wrestling history. Bret speaks alot of truth, but I disagree with him about Triple H never having a great match. IMO I think HHH’s match with Taker at WM 28, like Triple H himself, is very overrated, but Triple H has had several great matches over the years.

    It would be interesting to see where Triple H would be today if he had never married Stephanie McMahon. Would he still be a 13-time World Champion? I doubt it.

    • Bushwald Sexyface

      Eh, considering they didnt actually marry until 2003, I think he would have still gotten to double digits. The guy was arguably the best heel in the business for years. I also look at the time before he even started dating her to judge how good he was. This whole notion that he got where he got simply because of Steph is laughable.

      • G.I.R.L.

        But they started dating in 2000 and were already serious by then (if I’m not mistaken, this is why Chyna was put into the women’s division and then taken of TV early 2001).

        • Bushwald Sexyface

          Which is why I said I look at the time before they started dating. Look how far he made it on his own. He would have still made it to where he did (wrestling-wise) regardless of whether he dated/married Steph or not.

      • Andrew Campbell

        I’m not saying Triple H wouldn’t have been a big star anyway, but the question is would he have been as big a star as he is now without marrying into the family.

        • Bushwald Sexyface

          I believe he would have been, yes. Would he be in line to take over the company? No. But that wouldn’t have effected how many titles he won or how long he stayed at the top of the card. Hell, who knows what the last 3-4 years would have looked like if Hunter wasn’t part of the fam and was still main eventing.

  • aj2345

    Thank you Bret Hart! I thought that Taker vs. HHH HIAC was mediocre also. It was a bunch of chairshots & sledgehammer hits. Nowhere near as good as everybody made it to be. Definitely not match of the year material either.

  • SOBI

    Note that Bret said HHH was not a Great “WRESTLER”
    its because in WWE its not being a good “WRESTLER” that gets you ahead its being a good “ENTERTAINER” and HHH is a great entertainer IMO.
    he certainly had better mic skills then Bret.
    If talking just about wrestling then the best would be Kurt Angle, Michaels, Beniot, ,Mr.Perfect ,D.bryan but just wrestling doesnt describe a Superstar in the wwe.

  • Noach

    Hope Bret doesn’t need another WWE appearance fee down the line.

  • fatneal

    lol @ these comments…the super marks are really out of hiding in this articles comments section

  • Abz

    I do agree with bret that in terms of wrestling triple h matches are good, but they are entertaining. Hes a good story teller. Both were good in their primes and nothing can take that away from them, but yeah triple h is by no means an innovator. I think bret needs to understand that wwe is now more about the entertainment and less about the art of wrestling. Triple h has been the best heel/good face in the biz from the attitude era until 07. After that thats when wwe started to tone down the wrestling and triple has been somewhat a bore fest. The only good matches hes had are with undertaker and brock lesnar.

    Bret cant take away the fact hes had great matches with austin i 3 stages of hell, undertaker at mania, and hes feuds with rock, angle, foley and shawn. Although these guys did make him lol. This is coming from a bret hart fan lolz. He has buried everyone backstage including foley recently as i didnt like the way they habdled his return and also hall of fame announcement. Thats why i hate the guy, but u cant deny hea a good business man lol. Ah well lets look towards triple hemerrhoids reign as ceo of the company once vince has kicked the bucket.

    • Hershey Maxwell Barber

      How is he not an innovator? He is the GAME, damnit.

  • Miss Edge

    Bret Hart sucks

  • The One

    HHH had a Hell in the Cell Match with Mick Foley. Not much of wrestling moves there but to me…it was great. But in all honesty, HHH doesn’t have to prove anything to Bret Hart.

  • yo

    Has anyone ever read Bret’s autobiography? The man really thinks he is the best there has ever been, and he is his biggest fan. Is he bitter? Of course, has HHH had any “great” wrestling matches? one man’s opinion versus another man’s, but I think Bret better keep his mouth shut if he doesn’t want his last WWE appearance to be at the Rumble. HHH, whether you like it or not, pretty much will run the show Bret, don’t bite the hand that feeds you!

  • fan

    I would say anyone who murders their family isn’t a TREATMENT! it is justified.

  • Hershey Maxwell Barber

    Fuck off, Bret. That is all.

  • raVen

    Once again proving that bret harts biggest fan will always be bret heart.


    i’ll take the hate, it’s worth it.


  • Scott Kinnard

    HHH was a decent worker but he always worked with the guy who drew the money- Stone Cold, Rock, Taker HBK, Foley ect.

  • 7 year old boy

    Then can someone tell me how he was a champion during the attitude era. Damn you people are such hypocrites and haters.

  • vadertime33

    he’s right!!!! when you think of the top
    wrestlers of the 90’s is hhh even in the top 15?? not in mine

  • Y2J

    “Before Triple H wrestled Undertaker last year, I remember watching it and going, ‘I can picture the whole match in my head.” Seeing it 3 times twice in a row can pretty much do that.

  • Johrdann Miller

    you know what hart?? FUCK YOU! HHH is 2345678 times better than you!

  • Slammer

    HHH Lesner has got to be in the works for WM. Think about it. Vince (the father-in-law) attacked by Lesner. HHH has already been destroyed by Lesner. Now is time for HHH-Lesner and it is extra personal. I dont say I agree with it but the arrows point that way, especially if Undertaker cannot wrestle and there will be a possible 3 way main event with Punk, Cena, and The Rock. Just saying

  • Ares

    Bret. Wow. HHH has done nothing for the business? Really? …..Really? REALLY?..really?

  • 2muchfire

    Bret Hart is correct , Triple H is a basic wrestler with GREAT mic skills. Robert Roode has the same problem as HHH , GREAT talker but in-ring skills leave something to be desired.

  • Best Comment

    It’s so amazing that earlier today I was thinking about this very topic, then I saw this. Triple H is a good wrestler but like Bret said, he really doesn’t do anything extraordinary. I never could get into the hell in a cell match at Wrestlemania 28, it was too long and kinda plain.
    But don’t get me wrong, I like Triple H, the old Triple H from Late 1999, 2000 – 2001, that’s my favorite but Long, seemingly uneventful matches don’t satisfy me (no offense).
    Some people judge the quality of a match by length, whereas I judge the quality of the match by the amount of innovative moves that I see and of course by natural interest and also the crowd, plus I Love crazy spots. Just My Opinion

  • Rick Yuhnke

    Kind of harsh, Bret. We all know you were great, but you have to give a little love to Trips. He has had some great bouts with Mankind, The Rock, HBK to name a few. When you left the WWF, you basically became nothing which was so sad…

  • Bro88

    I agree with Bret to a certain extent. HHH will never be remembered, IMO, as a guy who was great in ring. He will be a guy who is remembered as a great storyteller in the ring, damn good on the mic, though not great, and as someone with charisma. Things differ from person to person. The match with Taker wasn’t anything great as it pertains to wrestling but what it did that was amazing was tell a story and it did a damn good job at that.

  • April Kaulitz


  • MissyH316

    I respect HHH’s athleticism, dedication, and long tenure in the business; you can’t last long as a professional wrestler without having something strong and positive deep inside. What these guys (and gals) do year after year is incredibly difficult and they all have some level of my respect.

    But I just never thought HHH had the charisma of HBK, or the technical mat skills and passion of Bret Hart, or the mic skills of the Rock, or the edgy, fearless “everyman” rebel spirit of Stone Cold Steve Austin, or the classy mystique of The Undertaker. Had he not faced UT at those three Wrestlemanias, I wouldn’t have been interested in those matches at all.

  • tiran66

    I’m a fan of Bret Hart’s but his bitterness is showing in this interview. Everyone knows there is no love loss between Bret and Hunter. To say Hunter never had a great match? Hunter has had many great matchs. Last years match with Taker was definately not a 4 like Bret says. His no DQ match with Shawn when Michaels first came back from his back injury was awesome. He’s also had great matches with Angle, Orton, Batista. I could also point out his match with Flair for the title on Raw during the Evolution days.

  • Person

    Aww that’s right bret,Blame one of the guys who was responsible for wwe beating wcw in the ratings war,and outting them out of business.I know i’ll get alot of negative comments about this,Or will be flagged,But i kinda wish it was Bret who fell from the rafters instead of Owen!

  • Puppet H

    Austin vs HHH 3 stages of hell was great. HHH vs HBK saga was great .HHH vs Taker trilogy was great. Bret hart is more overrated than HHH, the only thing that most people remember him for is the screwjob, Apart from that everyone he said make sense.Triple H wasn’t great in his wrestling techniques , but he’s great in being a great heel and sacrificing himself for the business , he’s aggressive and acts like the King of Kings and Cerebral Assassin. He’s great on the mic, something Bret is terrible in, always bragging about how hes the best there was, is and will be, well the WWE got other talent that are already 10x better than him. Back in the day it was all wrestling wise, now its all entertainment. To put it simply , Triple H is great in his own way. Remember when he tore his quad and still kept on going in 2001 and received a Walls of Jericho on top of that, 2007 vs rated rko still kept on going ? is that something you think Bret can do? Why do you think Undertaker said he wanted to wrestle HHH for the 3rd time? its because he trust him and he’s reliable. If Bret was in this era’ , he’d be jobbing like Swagger, Kidd. Oh wait, swagger and kidd have more moves than Bret since Bret was doing about 5 moves too. Haters just can’t look past that he married the bosses daughter, since they’ve been overshadowed by the articles the IWC haters write about.

  • $ir Joe

    why doesnt this mid-carder just stfu already. no one cares.

  • moody1

    How sad that, in the end, Bret turned into a mark himself.

  • dbdan

    Really… HHH hasn’t had a great match??? Does everyone forget the Nation / DX rivalry??? They carried the program for a full year with great matches…. give your head a shake!!

  • Peter Griffin

    once again BRET SCREWS BRET!

  • TheUndertakerFan

    bret hart is a idiot anyways hes out of his prime dont fucking come back and take other stars spot lights you suck hitman go and train people in your dark dungeon