17 Burst results for "Hart Foundation"

"hart foundation" Discussed on In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

01:52 min | 9 months ago

"hart foundation" Discussed on In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

"Well, you got anything It's not fifth third's it's one into thirds bank task. The point that out Let's see here were there were a couple of other ones that did like though the. Those poops You're a big mark for the thirty, four car last week I. Yeah and then they're running the same. Oh, that's right. Yeah. Okay. So last week I talked about it, but they weren't running until this week I do dig that scheme I like that scheme because different Let's see what else I like the I I know that the ninety six car is just going to have the peacock on the hood but I like the way the the dots down the side, do that and then the other one that stood out to me all the twenty one looks good the tax because it looks like like a Werewolf for. Four through it. So that one's all right and there was one other one I liked the seventy four because hot pink and black is a very eighties and also very bold move by winning curry very very for the Breast Cancer Awareness Yeah and also probably not the Hart Foundation I'm sure he does. Is Very Brent heart isn't it? Yeah. So I think that one too. All right. So what do we got here some time to make some picks last week I think I one did not. Because you're had to come in and pit pam in Seventeen come on and my Kazlauskiene move with the six bummer I was like it was a good pick for like two thirds of the race. Yeah. GOING BOY A. Bastards. All right. So let's do it man. Who you got I'm going to go with Martin Civil, Martinsville Martinsville Martinsville. Give me in the Swan Four..

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"hart foundation" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"hart foundation" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

"With the model and got out of that It was getaway to showcase both balance my opinion. This opportunity is born out of Tom. Zink leaving the promotion. We know the zinc is going to show up. Wcw The Zemun will become the new thing and they'll have a little bit of a singles rowing team with Brian. Perelman and I don't know I I've always been curious. What leads to Zemun leaving the he? I don't really remember. Somebody asked me this the other day. The exact same question and Bessemer recollection was the. Tom Won't basically want to be a big fish in a smaller pond and felt that he wasn't going to be the guy. Interacting did like travelling as much so think the opportunity to go to Crockett work. They're not have the same travel schedule that the WWE Time was more suitable for him. Let's let's talk about the next big moment for Tito. It's October twenty. Seventh nineteen eighty seven. Strikeforce would defeat the Hart Foundation to win the World Tag team. Titles I gotTa Tell You when you look back and this era the late eighties early nineties. I think you could argue that this tag division with. Wwf has may be the most conic in history. I mean an absolutely stacked. Division perhaps not better than the Har- foundation just a tremendous per presentation here and get a win over them is a big deal but to win the tag titles It's another feather in the Cap Potanin. Now yes and they had is. You said there were so many teams work with killer bees demolitions coming in start to get over Good Lord the Bolsheviks talking great teams here the Rouge there were great teams and I think having those guys as tag team champions in was carrying the banner it worked. I think they made division that much stronger. The the next big thing that we're GonNa see Happen is survivor series. Eighty seven strikeforce is involved stack tag team elimination match. We've talked about this a lot. They're teaming with the British bulldogs. The killer bees the fabulous shows and the young stallions. The Take on the Hart Foundation highlanders the Bolsheviks Demolition they know Bravo and Greg. Valentine in the Matt's Tito would pinball Sukhov and he's later pinned by Jim Knight Heart and I guess that makes sense considering that strikeforce actually beat the Hart Foundation for the tag titles. Dude is this one of the most interesting mashes to look at just as far as the visual presentation. I mean others do fucking brutal man it was so God damn long to other than the fact that when we got everyone around the ring rang the bells like Holy Shit. Nobody can see the Maj because it was such a mass of humanity's standing on the Apron of all the other tactics is ten guys on each side and it was Fucking brutal midway through we finally got the GM DOWN. Kinda shoot up over little bit him. But from a spectator point of view. If you were in the arena live sitting ringside or in any in the lower sections. Your views sucked. You don't think that somebody's asked the whole time. Thought it was. It was interesting to have all those teams.

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"hart foundation" Discussed on Notsam Wrestling

Notsam Wrestling

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"hart foundation" Discussed on Notsam Wrestling

"To be like you know what the i got the ghostbusters line but i gotta get get that one of one zack ryder gonna get it. You're never gonna get out no i don't. I don't like to sell my. There's there's things that i sell the michael jordan of bressler collecting. I've heard <hes> <hes> but something like that. I wouldn't sell like i would sell the hawkins one if i thought it but not this act on a big family i know i know i collect all his merchandise tonight's now. Did you go through a period of time in your life where your family or your friends where you're too old to still be collecting of course i when i was in high school or in college allerg- like i was embarrassed to collect i would go to toys r. us and always that give receipt you know what i'm saying. Oh yeah yeah when they going to. Do you want to give her seat and you're like yes. Of course i mean these kids eh me but now i don't give a damn. I the podcast that you know. I'm making a second living off toys. It is nice when you get to a place where you don't care because i remember when when i was in college that's when the classic superstars came out and when the two packs came out i was in syracuse and i was like i gotta go to the toys r. us in syracuse and they had that first wave okay which was rockers l._s._d. And the hart foundation and they had all three and i was like oh my god and not only was i like grab mall right away. I had to go by myself. Obviously i can tell the other people but i was so excited about it that you wanna talk about it like you want to tell somebody i just found the two packs and there was just nobody that i could tell without seeming seeming like a total outcast and that's how i initially bonded with hawkins is because we hated each other when we first met a wrestling school because reach of this competition but then when we realize oh my god you're eighteen eighteen and you still play was wrestling for years to finally somebody by the way you didn't just say you still collect wrestling. Please just fed for sure okay i. I no longer fig fed at eighteen i did i did yeah. I think yeah for sure i told myself i was just practicing spots for wrestling school in my head. I think it kind of ended when bone crunchers ended got all the titan and i kind of messed around with them but in terms terms of like i had a fig fed where i had like i would write down the match cards like the notebooks like every card thing i would do four ross and then a pay per view four ross and then it pay overview but i think so whatever year titan try and kicked off. That's when i started to kind of i think it was because the figures sucks so much that i was like i can were so bad except the ventures good vince was good. I that's the vince i have undeclared tie into glacier right now. That's a good that's the best tried vince the original great all jacked act up and stops yeah. It's perfect but the rest are terrible. Billy god is so bad. Who do you talk about wrestling with your sam. Nobody nobody nobody now have your interview of the day. Probably the lowest like views on whatever channels is going on the most interesting although i the truth was just talking about god knows what okay all right <hes> did you have. You been surprised at the people that you've talked in the locker room because you've had guests on the show that all have figure stories as well. Are you surprised at how outward they are with that stuff about how you've got. You and hawkins have kind of opened up that world to the rest of the locker room being like oh yeah we did this to. I think it's a different era when hogs and i got on the main roster in two thousand thousand seven..

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"hart foundation" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"hart foundation" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

"The ratios there, along with Pat, and he wanted them to all make peace. He told Tom that, if he and the rouges carried on the feuding he'd hold back the royalty checks and pay per view checks, and the pay is French tour. So Tom grudgingly accepted, Vincent orders, and it was a sad surprise to see most of the wrestlers when Tom are legendary pit bull basically had his balls. Cut those of us who really knew him realize that getting his teeth punched out was the beginning of the end for him. Donna, my, it was good for his word when he shook hands with the roof shows in front of ants. So that's the way Brett remembers it and sort of. Thanks. That's really the beginning of the end agree with that. It was the beginning of the end. I wholeheartedly agree with that. You know the. The order of things, I think is a little mix up because Vince got everybody together, then win the BULLDOGS went over to France at think it was the, the bravado of dynamite, Saint by God when next time I see jock regime gonna kill him and Donna, my cutting the promos and Vince was like, no next time you seem you're not gonna kill anybody. And that was again, when he got everybody together and said, hey, is this ends? It's over. And he did. He did pay for dynamites teeth and told him he would take care of that. But it was Canada. It's bravado in, when he got over there, talking about, you know, this isn't the end of it. I'll get my revenge in Vince. Just in wanna have any of that. And so when they got back again, it's like this ends guys this is over. There's not gonna be any receipts the ribbing and the bullshit. Got us here in all ends over. Let's keep it going here because we're not doing bread said on November twenty four haven sold talking about Donna mine for both of them at the BULLDOGS last match at survivor series and even worked a couple of Haas Botts was jock. He simply couldn't afford not to buddy brooded terribly about it. The matches referencing. Here's the BULLDOGS teaming with the Hart foundation, the powers of pain, the young stallions and the rockers take on the radio..

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"hart foundation" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"hart foundation" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

"Music of voices. All you need get access to over fifty million songs. Download the music app today. So we were talking before the introduction. They're broke into the conversation about the influence of data my kid, especially on as far as tape. Traders went, and I would open is for another generation of wrestlers in the the impact that had moving forward. You know that was that was part of the switch and the wrestling business to where the talent matters much more than it used to. I mean, the the when Dave Meltzer created the wrestling's overhaul fame. He put in dynamite kid in the first year in the hall of fame. And this guy wasn't as as Yama. Who is this massive started the huge push in Japan. You know, he was one of a bunch of eyeballs Kentucky Kobayashi Rocco piano Terceira when dynamite kid was in in the states. He was just a tag team guy and the Hart foundation and the British BULLDOGS was great feud. But it wasn't like that's a I think for a lot of people like a big hall of fame credential. I mean, the as far as like, it's an important. Like, the key was he just had this stylistic influence on what the what the wrestling business became and it alternately gravitated towards the vision. Dynamite? Kid had was you know, all action working, really hard. Putting a grind on the body to try to have the best possible. Matches get attention through that rather than through the talking it up, and and and having mashes that are just sort of oriented towards telling a story rather than just having an exciting visceral reaction. So I mean, it some ways it sounds like a happy story of his style winning out. But I mean, his history's wanted the satisfaction wrestling in the wrestling business because a big part of of that whole thing was that he was just destroying his body with these crazy risks in terms of the things you do these diving headbutts to the to the off the top rope in general, but to the floor occasionally. And he was you know, taking a whole. You know, a whole cornucopia of drugs, including a lot of stories to get bigger which he's talked about. And that that combination of working really hard along with taking drugs or try to get as big as big as you can was the cocktail that led to so many deaths of the next generation of wrestlers who were influenced by him. And that's not that's not an accident. I mean, that's you know, that's the that was the following of the. What he had set up, and I think there's been improvement since then one and that there's less of a of an imperative less of a pressure to take a bunch of drugs. And there was in the previous generation because it has become less size oriented over time, which is again part of part of the part of the story with him. But also beyond the beyond beyond the beyond. The size thing is just a business where people have been taking care of themselves more both in terms of like trying to be more cautious with risks even still, you know business the risks. And there's always going to be people pushing the pushing the limits in in any era, but a lot of great wrestler sort of learned to be careful with with some of the things that they were doing and just lifestyle changes. And so you had that you know, that that big explosion of of a problems in the generation after. Kid, but it's been better the generation after him. And I think hopefully that's going to. That's going to continue and dynamite. Wasn't. Dynamite wasn't didn't have his life and early from in terms of in terms of dying. But it was very much ended in terms of his his his his his way of life. Because I mean, he'd ended up in a in a wheelchair before his fortieth birthday from the damage that had been done to his body and beyond being in a wheelchair. He just he lived. What sure came across a very a very I mean to put it frankly, just sort of a miserable existence, and I don't say that to to belittle him..

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"hart foundation" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"hart foundation" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"You don't always have to have that by like, like what would to Calgary to Calgary stampede. When all of us guys work with the Hart foundation's over here in the states, we were massive baby faces. They were heels. We go over there part of the world, and they're the baby faces, and we're the hills. So I worked, he'll at night that that's me. I mean, that was just working for that crowd and the people in the United States like tripping out like they just reversed roles. What's going on here? What's going on a little bit. I love it. So do that as long as people are buying what you're doing, give it to them. Right. And that's what they're both. I nine love the fact that Becky we did bring up. I, if we're doing that whole thing where you start putting down the crowd and all of that, and then she's like, wait, it didn't work because the crowd wasn't buying it because it was a little clunky men because they were trying to force a square peg into a round hole or vice versa. Everyone call it. People saw through it and the cutting and good enough with the crowd at are like, okay, we'll give you a mulligan on that promo because you know, that's what they wanted you to say, but here's what we are. Okay, good. W the ears, the receptors on say, okay, let's go ahead and go like this. Yeah, yeah. Yeah, I think it's brilliant what both of them. I think that work really well together. So I. When you see, you know to one talent talent, and you have great chemistry a great rivalry, but the both lighten it up. The chemistry is good, though. The work is great. The land is great as it can be when you have all the pieces, it's just because I've been going for a long time, but I'm still, you know, very much in touch with the business. So when I see someone, you know, get the green light and start lighting people up on Mike, I'm happy form. I had good on my, I found on my ride. So when I see people having fun on Iraq. I want to do the same. It's like Sasha and Bailey still very high on and they're kind of in different zones now than what I was used to him being someway them to light back up again, all of them in. I think we're gonna talk a little bit about the the riot squad. Yeah, so because I like I like that group or gals. Yeah, I do too. I think they're great. I love the whole chemistry between good low of good gimmick. I love it. I think they're great people on talked to them enough, and they've all said that they wanted to come on chasing Laurie, which is great. And I can't wait to get their stories individually. That's my whole thing is just getting these individual amazing stories. Now happened was page on my show, and you know, pay just coming from someone who lost her entire career from injury as you very well can identify nook and Russo probably most definitely different problems, but the same same neck same same region, the neck, and this is a young lady who still. A young as Jesus almost twenty years in the business veteran fifteen. Right? And she's not twenty six. I think it is so absolutely..

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"hart foundation" Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"hart foundation" Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

"One of the most influential television programs of territory era in terms of wrestling and the free birds in the von Erich would go onto a headline show after show after show after show for years, you know. So I think the free birds absolutely deserve a spot. They are my number eight faction, not number nine. Like WWE says my number eight faction of all time. Number seven faction also not on the WWE's list. I looked at it WWE's list, and I said, you know, there's a lot of factions that I liked that are not on this list. The brood the ministry of darkness. The corporation. What is I could put them all on this list and only take one spot. The brood the ministry of darkness and the corporation don't forget who the higher power was. It was me Austin. It was me all alone. The corporate ministry is my number seven member on this list of ten best actions of all time. And you might say that that's controversial, but think about it. You had the corporation and the ministry and the brood. You've got edging there. You've got shamrock in there. You got the boss man in there. You got the undertaker in there. He got Brad Sean for Ruch. In there, you got median, you got everybody. Everybody. You know, Shane, Vince to me, this is the ultimate. He'll. Unstoppable faction little big, but part of it is because of all the parts. So when I say the corporate ministry, I'm also including the ministry as a separate entity. The corporation is a separate entity and the brood is a separate entity all coming together to form the corporate ministry. The rock is in there. I mean my God, I don't see how you can argue that the corporate ministry doesn't deserve to be on this list. They ran things for a period of time later in the attitude era, corporate ministry on my list and number seven. Number six, WWE's number one team, this shield, the shield is my number six faction. Like I said earlier, dean, Ambrose, Seth Rollins, enrollment rains. Every member of the shield would go on and will go on to main events. Every member of the shield, a former WWE champion after the shield EV, the shield would break up and all three members would go onto win the WWE championship. On heard of. Affection so popular that you can take a guy getting booed throughout arenas paramount, the other to put on some flak jackets, and he gets cheered that's Roman reigns member of the shield. The shield absolutely deserves to be on this list, but for me, not before number six, the shield. My number six faction of all time. Number five faction is the WWE's number seven faction. My number five faction is the Hart foundation, Bret Hart Owen Hart, Jim, the anvil night heart, the British bulldog and Brian Perelman. To me, this was the best work, Bret Hart ever did best work, Owen Hart ever did. I was probably not the best work the British bulldog ever did, but close some of the best work. The British bulldog ever did might not beat his run in ninety. Two might not be that match with bread, but it could. It's up there with some of the best work to British bulldog ever did and great time for Brian pill. Minhaj in the Evelyn, iheart is, well, the Hart foundation were the heel faction that ushered in the attitude era. For me, the attitude era begins right around. I'll say summer of ninety seven Canadian stampede is when it's officially here. But if you think about it, March of ninety seven wrestlemainia that's when Bret Hart officially turns. He'll in his match with stone cold, Steve Austin, by may. I would say that's when the Hart foundation is starting to form into June. That's when the attitude era is starting heartfelt. Nation doesn't get enough credit. First of all, the Hart foundation were there as stone cold, Steve Austin's foil before Mr. McMahon was a character..

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"hart foundation" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"hart foundation" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

"That's coming from the boxing community, the the up, the upstanding never churn never been fixed. Oxen community shit. Yeah. Yeah, and but they, they didn't want, you know, they didn't want the wrestling people involved in that. They certainly didn't want vents taking it over Kentucky done the wrestling, and that's that's what they saw. There was probably more concern on Don King Spar looking at. I don't need another promoter in here. Dabbling in my world. So there was it was fear in it. It did well, we got the hell out, took it in and moved on. You know, later on, he looked doing some stuff with God. I'm blank right now, golden boy, Oscar de LA Hoya. Many years later, but that just. Just didn't pan pan out. We did a little bit, but not lot. Let's talk a little bit about this match. Both both teams have said that they liked the match and that they in. They both speak very highly of it. Why do you think these teams really worked so? Well, together near opinion. Well, probably because there is four, tough son of a bitch is out there beating the shit out of each other and they liked sometimes you sometimes you have chemistry with somebody. Sometimes you don't. These guys had chemistry with one another, so it was it was the ability for the hearts, the Hart foundation to be baby faces against a heel tag team. So that helps because the hearts had been heels up into this point, and this was an opportunity for them to be true baby faces. So it was way to get them over..

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"hart foundation" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"hart foundation" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Ricco. A lot of you already know that we lost another legend in the business. Last Monday, August thirteenth, Jim, the anvil neidhart passed away at the age of sixty three years old and Italian paid tribute to her dad at summer slam on Sunday by wearing the same pink and black ring jacket that the n. Ville war summer slam nineteen ninety when the Hart foundation defeated demolition to win the WB tag team titles. So I wanted to pay tribute to Jim as well and natty anti j. thought, it'd be a great idea to release the interview. I did with her dad and the fall of two thousand sixteen. It was the last in-person interview in depth interview that Jim Knight heart did. We think it was actually the last interview. He might have done period gym, sat with myself and his son-in-law Tyson Kidd TJ Wilson told all kinds of great stories from his wrestling days. He shared what really happened in the locker room the night of the Montreal screw job because he was there with Brett. When Vince came in right after the deed went down, Jim talked about the heart foundation wrestlemainia to with Andre, the giant. His time in the dungeon with Stu Hart and the Calgary wrestling scene, plus how Jim ended up there after growing up in southern California. So in honor of the late great, Jim, the anvil night heart, here's the interview, uninterrupted, and it's entirely paying tribute to the n. Ville the rebroadcast of Jim, the anvil night hearts. Last interview done in the fall of two thousand sixteen and Ville. You were wondering in a million, my friend, this one's for you, so enjoy it. And let's hear raise one for the end though. We're here mazing house of a bother with facing kidding. TJ get it wrong hundred times. Anyways, everybody. It's me with both names. Yes. Officially PJ. Got the amazing legendary Jim, the anvil neidhart here, and I'm really excited to do this interview Jim, and it's really cool because you've had a long history and living in Tampa. Even though family was always Calgary based, right? Yeah. Yeah, I came down here to Tampa after I worked at territory Bill, Watson, Louisiana, and once I got used to living in Florida, I wasn't gonna move. I get the feeling, but it's because a lot of guys like Brennan Olin and like Lance storm, they stayed in Calgary and worked in the state. That's where Bret belongs back there in Calgary stay there? Yeah, Calgary guy, yeah. Oh, yeah. But you're not from you Canadian. I beg your pardon. No, I'm married a Canadian, right? You might as well be at this point? Yeah, but where where are you? Where are you from? I'm from southern California. Okay. I went to high school in Newport Beach. Gotcha. But living in Florida is really, really good out here more reasonable. Right. And I don't know how California deal with that traffic. Yeah, it's too much. Let's get in that way. Even like up in Calgary to out here, you don't have that issue. And also like I said, the traveling and it's something that people don't realize, especially when you're talking about how much traveling that we do in the WB now, but they could never would never really comprehend it. Yeah, exactly. Especially back in your time in the w when you guys when people say nowadays, oh, we're on the road two hundred and fifty as a year, whatever you literally wore on the road. Like what was your schedule when you were working with the Hart foundation ho. Oh. A schedule is just basically your work every day, and you might get one day off every two or three weeks maybe. But for most part, just like all pretty much every day. You like like thirty day? What was the schedule tea's on one. Before. Right? You just show up at TV's yet your your booking sheet? Big stack. Dale was supposed to be three weeks on one week off three weeks on one week off. Well. Not good. It was just basically four weeks on nets it. Okay. I don't don't like it too bad. Yeah. What else are you going to do? Right, right. And so they would give you a big stack of airline tickets because this is before. Yeah. Yeah. So you would get your your tickets and I used to look at them and then ponder my thoughts. What I'm basically doing is making a huge figure eight around the North American continent. Vancouver Tamiami your back to LA. It's like God..

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"hart foundation" Discussed on Cheap Heat

Cheap Heat

05:03 min | 3 years ago

"hart foundation" Discussed on Cheap Heat

"So that's so big that such a big part of the Hart foundation working and then ultimately Brett becoming Brett. I feel for Brett deeply and everyone in the heart family, but man, Greg, you can see when neidhart past how big is impact was not just in wrestling, but even people who haven't followed wrestling in a long time, man, he was loved. He was and he was definitely well known to, like we said for that maniacal laugh and and that goal t man, like all my life. I've been trying to grow a gym. The NFL not hard goatee and it never happened and it probably never will. But like he he was like you said, really? Beloved, and it was beautiful that he knew how much natty loved him and how much beloved by her. But it's also sort of sad that you know, he didn't get to see how much like we as the fans loves him. I don't feel like we gave him. As much you know, love and admiration and adoration as we could have while he was here because you, you mentioned eighty-five up until like nineteen ninety. When they were rocking attack team, they were with the without the titles. They were top tag team and he helped take Brett to the next level. And you know everybody knows how they feel about the hitman hit bangles behind by feels him, but and build en Ville to man. He wished we appreciate it him more while he was around. Yeah. And maybe you know, I sort of wish we'd gotten more opportunities. You know for how closely he was tied to the WWE. He wasn't around that much. He didn't make. When was the last time he made an official appearance too. You know. I don't know. I don't feel like the last time I saw him on WWE television was when. When he was recruited and then kicked out of the x. as like the last time they stuck it to Bret. But that's, I think was the last time we saw him on w. w. e. TV. So I don't know that he ever popped up on anything for like, you know, a raw or like. Yeah, not that I recall. Man, I'm still still really. It's a bummer. This one's a real real bummer. And there have been a bunch that. Have been tragic. But yeah, I don't know this one sort of sticks in your cry. I guess. I guess it really reminds me of just how much I love the Hart foundation man, and because it was so unexpected to like. At least for me, like it came, it really came out of nowhere. And I guess it's always gonna come out of nowhere. But this one really felt like it came out of nowhere. Yeah, funny sides side note. My first real run in. With wrestling in any way was. My my dad's best friend, Dan was like an uncle to me is a lawyer in Pittsburgh. It's the reason I love the penguins because of Dan and Dan move to Pittsburgh and eighty nine to run for city council, but he was also a lawyer and. He ended up representing and Ville. Nice when and Ville got accused of some sort of altercation on a plane. Let me see if there's a story about it written anywhere. I bet there is Jim and Ville nine heart. This is two thousand ten, but there's a reference night. Ours had other legal issues in the past because I get this was about a different story in January of eighty seven. He was on a flight from Tampa to Pittsburgh when he was charged with punching a female flight attendant who worked for US air, he swore he never touched her and was acquitted a few months later. Vince McMahon, then loan him money to sue the airline with the best lawyer. He could find. Future Senator Rick Santorum who procured three hundred thousand dollar loss to the end of nineteen Ninety-one. Netted him gig as a lobbyist for WWL. Nine hundred never paid McMahon back and was fired for it. What I didn't even realize that was part of the story, but the original case in which he was the defendant, the one that got acquitted. Our friend Dan represented him. And yeah, I have an autograph from nine heart. I believe it's on the back of one of Dan's business cards or something, but that was my first interaction in any distant remote way with the pro wrestler..

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"hart foundation" Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"hart foundation" Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

"Whenever it was, you know, I would say that year the bread head coming back from survivor series. Ninety six to take on Austin into survivor series, ninety seven where we know what happened with the Montreal screw job that year for bread was incredible. You know, to go from basically wrestlemainia thirteen ish to survivor series. Just unbelievable on believable in an unbelievable time to fan of wrestling. And a lot of that was because the Hart foundation full credit due to Jim, the anvil night heart. Not that he gets full credit for the Hart foundation, but I wanna make sure that Jim naval night art gets the full credit that he is due for that faction, not only for the team, but for the faction, of course, summer slam ninety seven Jim was supposed to shave his goatee. Never did. I like that about Jim, the envelope night heart now, no explanation. He said, if any member of the Hart foundation loses at summer ninety seven, he will shave his goatee by the way, it's all coming off the top of my head. Alwin, of course lost to Steve Austin. You know, Noche aiding, no, shaving of goatee, but good for Jim, the ambulance like not not doing that. I know I said I was going to do. I'm not going to do it. That's my thing. That's my go t so yeah, it's, it's, it's, it's, it's pretty sad, certainly an icon. I mean, everybody remembers, Jim, the envelope heart, everybody remembers him and of course responsible for his his, his offspring, the second generation of gin, the Evelyn, iheart, one of the people who really doesn't get a ton of credit for, but who absolutely ushered in the generation of women's wrestling that we're enjoying right now, and that's not Leah. The daughter of Jim, the anvil night heart. First of all, of course, Dotson prayers go out to her and her family as they deal with this loss. But really nit Talia is one of the great parts of the legacy of the anvil. The anvil is gone, but the. Tribulations that Natalia has made and continues to make in her field are amazing. And I think that that that is something that denied hard family can. Can you know, rest their laurels on, I guess I don't know what the phrases but be proud of something that they can be proud of. So rest in peace to Jim, the night heart. Awesome. Awesome. Competitor, I met him. I took a couple of. I met him at like signings in stuff. I never knew him on any kind of personal level whatsoever, but. I'm glad I got to take a photo with him. I'm glad I got to meet the legend. All right. Let's get into it folks. Thank you for being a part of this week show. It's time to start the state of wrestling. It's now time for this week's state of breslin. And welcome to the state of wrestling here on Sam Roberts, wrestling podcasts where we are going down the top five stories of the week in the world is sports entertainment. According to yours. Truly the.

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"hart foundation" Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"hart foundation" Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

"But when you when you go down that list, not only do you have these amazing memorable characters and the characters are people like the Bushwacker and the rockers and demolition, but amazing tag team wrestling and tag-team specialist, which is probably as rare. Now as it ever has been, the heart foundation was a team that walked that line. The heart foundation was a team that you remembered both as those guys in pink and black, and especially Jim, the anvil with his big OT, Bret Hart with the sunglasses. Brett had the heart on the back of his tights, the Jim, the anvil night, art had a little anvil on the back of his tights, but. They were the one team that I think, especially as an strikeforce strikeforce killer bees. They were all part of this era, but the heart foundation to me was the one team that combined this sort of great tag team wrestling with super memorable characters that has a little kid. You can latch onto somehow the Hart foundation managed to combine technical wrestling and larger than life, cartoony real life characters the way the Bushwacker and the rockers. I mean, that's what made them so popular amongst kids in the heart foundation was right there, but the foundation, we're like technical masters. You know, there's a reason why Bernhardt became so popular as a singles. Athlete number one was because he was great. But when he was I, I mean, you look at summer slam ninety one and beyond for Bret the hitman Hart. That foundation was laid in the heart foundation with Jin the anvil and you go back to, I believe it's summer slim ninety. The Hart foundation versus demolition, two out of three falls, incredible match. Probably if you're gonna watch one match with Jin the night heart in it to kind of, you know, sometimes I do that. You know, when arrests are pass away the same way, when a when a musician passes away, you start to go through their own music. If you're gonna watch one, Jim, the anvil night, heart involved match. I would definitely say go at that summer slam ninety heartfelt nation versus demolition match. Just awesome. Awesome. Awesome. Awesome. But to go from there, bread, heart becomes a single star and still, you know, not not hard foundation level, but we all remember the new foundation in the night heart wearing the hammer pants, Jim, the night heart and Owen Hart, the new foundation and Owens sort of introduction without a blue mask on to the WWE universe. Jim, the anvil, of course goes away for awhile. Comes back in ninety four as a singles back in Owen Hart's corner. But if you remember, he showed up at the king of the ring. We. Thought he was against o. any ended up siding with Owen helps Owen win the crown and that whole run follow king of the ring and beyond you go to back to summer slam ninety four the cage match between Bret Hart, no, and heart. Jim, the anvil is the one on the side of Owen and Jim. The anvil had this way of just sitting there with that smile on his face, laughing, stroking. The goatee he made, whether and it's very unique like he made Alwin into more of a bad guy by being next to him, and he made Brett into more of a good guy being next to him because he was either that hated her beloved. It just really, really worked. Of course, the envel- would go away. Again, he'd come back as part of what I think was the whole heart family, really all of them their best run in WWE in ninety seven. When the new version of the heart foundation showed up when it's Bret Hart Owen Hart bulldog, Jim, the anvil and Brian pelmet, and it really is. Is tragic. Somebody made a photo of it was all five of them in the ring together, and they made everybody who's passed away black and white, and you realize that amazing faction. I mean that you can't. I can't tell you, I think when you talk about the attitude era and you talk about how hot WWE got, I don't think Brad heart in the heart foundation get nearly enough credit. You know, I mean, they were from..

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"hart foundation" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"hart foundation" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"And so we'll see what direction to go with that belt, but I'll tell you what, man we was driving down the road and you said something about Jim, the animal night heart passing away, and I'm going to go to Debbie dot com right now. And this came as a shocker to me, man, Jimmy, and will nine heart one half of the Hart foundation with the one and only Bret the hitman Hart. Those guys were tremendous tag team and they were go back. They will go down as one of the best tech teams of all time. And evidently I don't have all the details of it, but Jim Knight heart passed away and I just cannot believe it Mataya has is working currently and WWE. I wanted to reach out to her TJ and find out what happened, but I'll tell you what I didn't know Jim. Really well on a personal level. We had a few conversations. I think we worked together and little bit. I remember one time down there in WCW when I was teaming up with a flan Brian, Pullman as Hollywood blonds. I used to watch Brett and GM work all the time, and I used to love those guys would send a guy in at hit him with the double drought kick because as big as Jim was, Jim was so strong and powerful. He's just very explosive. And I think it was a championship shot-put her, but he can throw a pretty damn good dropkick. So one time in centerstage me and Brian, we're sending a guy and I said, double dropkick and men off send the guy comes out the ropes and Brian jumps at their and kicks him right in the head, and I hit him about the knees and I called that spot because I got it from watching Jim and Bret Hart. After that mash went back to the dressing room and aren't Anderson blistered me and I never threw a drop kick again. And I've told that story before, but that's spot. And that's. Ori- was taken from the heart foundation when Brit and Jim would throw that double dropkick. So man, I don't know what happened with Jim, but to all his his family. I'm sorry to hear that he passed away and my thoughts are with you. Dude was a good guy and a hell of a Nampa former entering and had a tremendous career. Well, Rapids podcast up. Kristen, I want to say to everybody out there if you ever have a bonehead move or do something as dumb as I did or if you're going out into the shooting range, always make sure you look around gather up all of your shit, and you would think if you're going to the shooting range, how in the world, can you forget the gun that you went out there to shoot with? That was only rifle that took other than my two pistols. That's the only rifle took. So if that was my goal that day to go down that gun in how did I forget it? I do not know. Oh, so when you go down to the shooting range, don't be a bonehead like I was. I am the luckiest gun world that somewhat honest found my gun, turned it in. I did my due diligence at least to go down to the police department and report my loss gun and got lucky that someone had found it and turned it in and good things happen to people that do good things like that, I think. Oh, totally, yes, karma thing. But and I was just that good. So set a middle to me, I, I was already missing it and I was like, that is a gun that I can never replace. I go down to the sporting goods store. I can buy nother seven MAG, but another scope on it, but in eight, the same gun. And so that's pretty broken up about man. But I was just sick because sunken feeling in your stomach. And so also if you're driving down the road, if you left hand lane and you drive slow, get out of the way if you coming up in the right hand lane trying to cut out, but off and the left hand lane and sneak in there and. A room. Don't do that shit..

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"hart foundation" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"hart foundation" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

"We were excited we were excited because of the you know the reputation and just the the legend of lsd however it wasn't the wasn't the of all it was unfortunately just old l o d and they weren't fitting with with the new the new group talent that we had let's talk about what's next because it feels like this is something like spend a lot of time on if we're really deva if we're really dedicated it to a heart foundation episode but i'm going to bounce around a little bit of the april twenty eighth show ends with undertaker and bulldog and the end of the match we see austin attack bread who's in a wheelchair after knee surgery and nine heart returns to the company and attacks austin and we're sort of off to the racist here where steve austin's working with bulldog the very next week and then they're all the house shows we see lots of stuff with austin indifferent various members of the harmonisation including of course bulldog king of the ring ninety seven where we've got owen hart and jim nine hart and davey boy smith taking on psycho said and lead you to do and heart pounding actually get the win here and owen will get credit the observer for carrying the match to star in three quarters much this is really what you guys are just getting heated up of course this is june we know what's coming in july by this point you guys really know you have something with the hart foundation and it's time to put them over top guys right well in the beautiful thing about it is is you could put anybody from that entire heartfelt dacian group against anybody that came from america in you had instant heat and you had instant match so it was it was simple booking in worked it was working it was a hell of a patriotic good feeling on both sides of the border.

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"hart foundation" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"hart foundation" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

"Can happen from the march thirty first rawal we say bulldog versus oh and open up the show for the european title about fourteen minutes and after a rib bomb brad comes out and breaks the two of them up and does a lengthy interview blaming the american wrestling fans were breaking up their family of course it ends with all three of these guys hugging and they reform the hart foundation pretty amazing the run these guys are about to go on how did these guys feel about being put back together god they you know they loved it i think it was like in it too happy family reunion and i think that brent really really enjoyed being back with owen that dynamic but being on the same time or on the same side now not being against each other the the dynamic was there they they were family and you felt it they worked great together as a team and it was a way to bring that whole heart foundation and we fell into that and that wasn't that was a happy accident that wasn't something that we laid out in advance but when you started getting those reactions from people and in canada america we fell into into some great storytelling there let's get to in your house takers revenge goes out on april twentieth yellow d would beat the tag champs by the q three quarters of star was everybody sort of excited about being back or was it something where i mean their entire run here ninety seven is just kind of a mess.

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"hart foundation" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"hart foundation" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

"The ribbing and the bullshit got us here in all ends over well let's keep it going here because we're not doing bread settle november twenty four he even sold talking about donna mine for both of them at the bulldogs last match at survivor series and even worked a couple of haas botts was jock he simply couldn't afford not to buddy brooded terribly about it the matches referencing here's the bulldogs teaming with the hart foundation the powers of pain the young stallions and the rockers take on the regime brothers demolition brain busters bolsheviks income kice doors or probably going to cover that one soon i guess in november chat me up here last match for the bulldogs and last match ever for dynamite kid and the wwf what went down why did it end i think that they were they had run their course and after the after the deal was yock donna my wasn't he was not the same guy you know he didn't walk around with chip on his shoulder he didn't walk around you know the same tough guy that he had been prior to that plus you had you know the bulldogs had been there for a little while and they had an opportunity to go back to japan the had some dates that were still on the table that they wanted to honor and see if they may be go and not work as much go back to japan and do that for a while so it was a it was an easy out but that way for them to be able to stage left and go do something else still safe as a little bit the wind up stampede for a little while and in may of eighty they did some stuff in all japan as well through eighty nine and ninety but in in may of eighty nine the bulldogs split up and then start a feud with each other but they're still together in all japan because you know no internet and whatever july fourth eight.

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"hart foundation" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"hart foundation" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Liver transplant so based on that these people did to further liver studies that i know of and there's another liver study coming out very soon and people would fatty liver many many of you listening now half fatty liver you're just not aware of it because your doctor has to do specific studies to test the liver like an ultrasound of the liver and i think the the estimate now is forty percent of american adults have some level of fat near liver if you have a big belly and your sugar's high or you cholesterol's high or your triglycerides are high chances are very good that you have fat and your liver now some of you because of the fat in the liver will develop sarosa or liver failure some of you will just develop fatty hepatitis some of you will develop liver cancer a paddle cardinal of liver primary cancer of deliver as some of you won't affected well you'll just feel a little less energetic and you have some aches and pains because when you have some fat and olivia you don't feel one hundred percent so in two studies of people with fatty liver when they gave this toko trion wall it was reducing strongly the amount of fat in the liver and it was reducing liver enzymes it was healing their liver so let's three studies and then they did a study of women who survived breast cancer younger women and when they added this toko trinamool to their tuxedos also called all the decks at reduced the reoccurrence oppressed cancer and then there was a couple of studies like the jordan hart foundation down in new jersey and researchers in maryland and a fan when they gave people toko try and all it was reversing the amount of plaque in arterial walls it was kind of doing like a little bit of a natural bypass surgery by giving them tokyo toronto and it was lowering cholesterol police are all very important very serious studies but people were keeping a journal you have to keep a journal when you do a serious study and case stairs untoward side effects that nobody knows about so on researchers were calling the journals they found out a lot of these people were re growing their hair soda company went out and patented the toko trento we have.

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