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Hart Foundation & Too Cool Reunion, Rene Dupree News

– Rick Tobel, Publicity Assistant of Spontaneous PR, sent the following:

“We were guests of WWE Hall of Famer Jimmy “Mouth Of The South” Hart at the Big Time Wrestling event in Port Chester, NY last Thursday, December 6th. The show was the first event of the three night tour entitled the “Hart Attack Tour” which was headlined by a Hart Foundation reunion of Jimmy, WWE Hall Of Famer Bret “Hitman” Hart and WWE Legend Jim “The Anvil” Neidhart.

“It was a sold-out, standing room only crowd of over 1000 people that filled the venue. The building’s management announced that it was the largest crowd they ever had. Fans of all different ages came out to see the Hart Foundation, former WWE Superstar/MMA Fighter Bobby Lashley, former WWE Superstar Matt Hardy, former WWE/ECW/TNA Superstar Tommy Dreamer and former WWE Superstar “Heartthrob” Romeo Roselli.”

The Hart Foundation Back Together Again

– In a Too Cool reunion, Rikishi, Brian Christopher and Scotty 2 Hotty appear at the Franks & Son Collectible Show 19649 San Jose Ave. City of Industry, California, today from 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. (Event Information)

– Former WWE star Rene Dupree turns 29-years-old today. After competing in Japan and Europe following his 2007 departure from WWE, the French Canadian wrestler returned to North America last month at an independent show.

  • Wellsy

    You can’t beat a bit of French Tickler!

    Café Du René!

  • nick-hulk

    resign rene dupree!!!!!!!!

  • Warriors Armpit

    wasnt nedhart arrested a couple of months ago for tryin to hold up a petrol (or GAS to you americans) station whilst off his head on somas and crack or something similar???

  • donkster

    Too cool and rikishi underrated they were over huge

  • ShutYoMouth

    Rene is Young! He couldve done Big things for WWE with talent at his age.

  • Men on a Mission

    ^ I agree. Although Neidhart looks like he’s in rough shape.

  • David Reustle

    Totally cool, one of the greatest tag teams in the history of the WWF.