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Scott Hall Calls Bret Hart Really Selfish, WWE’s Changes to his PPV Debut

WWE Hall Of Famer Scott Hall was recently interviewed by Total Wrestling Magazine. You can check out some highlights from the interview here:

On the debut of his Razor Ramon character:

“I felt really flattered because Vince [McMahon] left TV personally to direct my vignettes, he flew with me to south beach Miami to do it. I knew things were cool and my DVD came out last July where they showed footage of Vince into the character. He’d never seen Scarface, so when I came out doing the Scarface gimmick, he thought I was a genius, I never told him. I don’t know why they don’t introduce new characters with vignettes like that anymore.”

On the WWE changing plans for his pay-per-view (PPV) debut at the 1992 Survivor Series:

Plans changing for his PPV debut at Survivor Series 1992: “It was supposed to be me and Ric Flair against Macho Man and Ultimate Warrior. Vince used to lay story lines out way ahead of time. Going into this match I was supposed to hurt Randy and retire him so that he could go to broadcasting and they were going to keep pushing Razor as a major heel force, but Warrior held Vince up for more money but he wasn’t having it this time, so they brought Mr Perfect back from announcing to wrestling. When plans change like that, in that situation you have to feature a decent substitute otherwise the audience will feel they got screwed. Warrior doesn’t show up and you put Perfect in, good replacement.”

On wrestling Bret Hart at the 1993 Royal Rumble:

“Going into that if I had have retired Savage I would have been red hot, I would have had some good steam going into that. I’m not a Bret Hart fan. To me Bret’s really selfish, if you watch, there’s points in that match where I’m hitting Bret with what’s regarded as a hell of a working punch, I’m hitting Bret and he’s not even moving, he’s not even registering it. It was what it was, he was the new champion and he needed a win, which he got.”


  • Sudarshan Udyavar

    I think bret has always spoken goodabout Hall and had even offered him help during his drinking problem days. Not sure why he came up with such harsh words for Bret.

    It seems that he has again taken up drinking.

  • Kristopher Robinson

    I highly disagree.

  • Kevin

    no one likes Bret Hart, hes overrated!

  • D2K

    Anyone else tired of hearing Bret Hart’s name mentioned in a negative connotation all the time? Either he’s throwing shade at someone, or someone is throw shade at him. Geez. Freaking get over it guys.