Bret Hart pours cold water on recent rumours he could be heading to early warning aircraft in the near future.
Brett Hart is one of the greatest professional wrestlers of all time and without a doubt the hero of all elite wrestling. The likes of CM Punk and FTR have expressed their feelings about The Hitman several times in the past.
In the last few episodes of the AEW show, some hints have been removed that could indicate that the tech wizard is on his way to Tony Khan’s company.
It all started when FTR fired Tully Blanchard as their manager. The young Bucks say the former AEW tag champion could get a “best” new manager, although it won’t matter in a rematch with them.
at Dax Harwood cm punk In last week’s Dynamite, the former targeted the sharpshooter who used to be dubbed Scorpion Deathlock by AEW commentators. However, Jim Rose dropped Brett Hart from his name and called the move a sharpshooter.
Cash Wheeler edited a backstage promo with a pink backdrop, noting that his partner wrestled “from the heart” in another major hint.
“What are you going to do there?” [H/T POST Wrestling]
Hart appears to have been closing in on any details of his transition into all-elite wrestling. While action may or may not be finalized, Hart does hope for too much attention.
Bret Hart has previously appeared in AEW
The former Hart Foundation member has previously appeared in All Elite Wrestling.
In May 2019, the company launched its first pay-per-view Double or Nothing. To everyone’s surprise, the killer stepped out and showed off the all-elite wrestling world championship.
Tony Khan has partnered with the Owen Hart Foundation to honor the late legend by hosting a men’s and women’s competition. The game is about to start, and it would be great if the Killer was in AEW again.
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