Bret Hart, like a lot of others, doesn’t seem too enthused about the WrestleMania 32 card
WrestleMania 32, expected to be the biggest in the event’s illustrious history, will be coming to us very soon on Sunday night. Now despite WrestleMania being one of the most looked-forward-to events in all of wrestling each and every year, there are a lot of folks not too optimistic about the show when you look at the card up and down. Apparently you can add a WWE legend to that mix as well.
Bret “The Hitman” Hart recently spoke to Total Wrestling Magazine, and in the interview not only did he seem pessimistic about what we’re getting on Sunday night, he thinks it might flat-out be the worst that we have ever seen by the time all is said and done.
"“I’m just being honest and I have to say that this year’s Wrestlemania card is the worst Wrestlemania card in history. I won’t be watching it, I couldn’t care less about it. The characters mean nothing, the titles mean nothing. I’m embarrassed by it.”"
While the words seem harsh, let’s all remember that Bret doesn’t exactly have a history of pulling punches when discussing anything professional wrestling. When you ask for his thoughts he’s gonna give them to you — good, bad or indifferent.
Hart might have a point here, but for those crapping all over what’s to come on Sunday, we do always have to remember that this card was severely hampered by the plethora of injuries on the roster at the moment. This was not how it was supposed to look to begin with, but this is how things had to end up.
Whether or not The Hitman is right — well, we’re going to find that out in about 24 hours.
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