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Jim Ross says Bret Hart would have been great during the Attitude Era


  • Michael Justin Arnold

    Yeah he hurt his back in the casket match at Rumble 98, but he was supposed to be back in spring 2001, they even ran a story in RAW magazine about his comeback. But he showed up messed up and Vince pulled the plug, but it was too late to recall the magazine. But yes it was Nash that mended the fences, which js why they put HBK in the nee NWO for like 2 weeks

  • Rob ‘Richard Hammond’ Picken

    I believe his back issues kept him out of the ring but yeah, he was meant to do something with triple h in 2000 after the Special Referee match at Judgement Day but he was still battling his demons and they fell out pretty bad. I “think” it was Nash who played the middle man and got them to patch things up

  • Michael Justin Arnold

    True, but he was suppossed to come back 14 months sooner than he did, until he showed up to Raw drunk/pilled up

  • Rob ‘Richard Hammond’ Picken

    That couldn’t be helped though

  • Rinn13

    Who are you kidding, JR? Bret hated the “Attitude Era”. He has spoken at length about how he already hated the direction the company was going in with DX’s nonsense, and the rise of all the pointless sexual stuff, etc. He didn’t care for the “Attitude Era” stuff going on in WCW either. To him, wrestling should be about wrestling, not dumb skits and “shock TV” garbage, which is 90% what the beloved “Attitude Era” was.

  • Michael Justin Arnold

    Could be. Im more disappointed that HBK wasnt around for the Attitude Era