Bret Hart: "We will miss Vince McMahon"

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Bret Hart: "We will miss Vince McMahon"

Vince McMahon's retirement from WWE quickly went viral, news picked up by any media source that deals with Wrestling and not. The allegations against him were too heavy and new holes of millions and millions of dollars related to scandals continue to emerge.

Many thought that his departure was only apparent, but this was not the case. Triple H has taken creative control of WWE and really seems to want to take Raw and SmackDown in a new direction. The Hall of Famer Bret Hart also intervened on Vince's retirement: "I was surprised like everyone else.

I don't think there was someone like Vince McMahon who made such a big contribution to the business. In the end I'm sorry, I know there are people happy with what happened and happy that he is gone. Instead, I am sorry and I think that his absence from this business will be felt in the future."

Bret Hart comments on Vince McMahon's retirement Very positive words towards his former boss if we consider the great personal friction that the two had in the 90s, which then resulted in the famous Montreal Screwjob, an event that made WWF history for better or for worse.

Many thought it was all staged, but Bret has always claimed that he was really screwed by Vince McMahon and Shawn Michaels, having harsh words towards them for years. Despite everything Bret was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2006 and then returned to the WWE screens in 2010.

Bret Hart and Vince McMahon then had a match at WrestleMania that year, which Hitman won with the legendary Sharpshooter. At the moment we don't know if Bret Hart can return to WWE with some sporadic appearances or show up in AEW (as he did in 2019).

The Canadian said he was happy with his retirement and that he was living peacefully at home in this condition. We remind you that the Hall of Famer took part in the last match of Ric Flair, being filmed at ringside together with Mick Foley, Undertaker and DDP.