The best there was
The best there is
The best there ever will be.
Only one man in the history of professional wrestling can be associated with the previous statement. A man from one of the greatest wrestling families, the crown jewel of that family, and a true Canadian icon. A man who has been often imitated but never duplicated. During the age of the big man, he brought wrestling back to the World Wrestling Federation. A man who helped usher in the age of Attitude and made Steve Austin truly Stone Cold. A beloved face, a hated heel, multi time world champion in WWE, WCW, US Champion, IC Champion, Tag Team Champion in both leagues, simply one of the most decorated champions in the history of the business. We all know what happened in 1997, but no matter what happened in Montreal, this man will always be known as one of the greatest professional wrestlers of the century. A wrestling machine, and a genius of psychology with a masters degree inside the squared circle
Behind Closed Doors with Bret Hart
Every wrestling fan should have Bret Hart's three disc DVD collection, and what could be a better compliment to that set than Bret's two hour no-holds-barred discourse on wrestling. Yes, you will hear Bret unleash his true thoughts on such WWE superstars as HBK, Triple H, Ric Flair, Hulk Hogan, and even WWE owner Vince McMahon. Certainly you'll be glued to your seats when Bret talks about the Hulkster's comment of Hart not being one of the boys after refusing to put over Shawn Michaels, as this is a side of the Hitman most wrestling fans have never seen. But the focus of this DVD is Bret's insights on what it takes to succeed in the wrestling business today.
Watch, listen and learn as Bret talks about the psychology of wrestling, including what the difference is between a good finish and a bad finish. Bret went over several of his biggest feuds including, of course, HBK. If you want to know how Bret really felt about the promos he and Shawn were cutting on each other back in 1997, then this is the DVD for you.This disc will be an invaluable asset for anyone interesting in getting into wrestling, or just finding out more about how the inner-workings operate.
A wrestling version of Being John Malkovich, this edition of Behind Closed Doors is a once in a lifetime opportunity to get inside the head of the Hitman and learn everything that Bret has learned in his 20 year career. What it takes to be an effective heel. When do certain things need to get done and why they are done in the first place. The mentality of a successful professional wrestler is examined and discussed thoroughly.What is the hardest thing for a young wrestler to grasp
What is the first thing you were taught by your father
What are some of the missing ingredients or intangibles in independent wrestlers
Explain wrestling psychologyWhat is more important, selling, psychology, the finish, or bumping
How do you develop a good finish