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Owen James Hart (1965-1999) was a Canadian professional and amateur wrestler. He was the youngest son of Stu Hart; and the brother of Bret "The Hitman" Hart. Having captured multiple championships over his career and won the hearts of even more co-workers, Owen was arguably one of the WWF's most-talented grapplers... Read More?


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Published by Cassidy on May 8th, 2015 | Articles

We are proud to share this awesome memory of Owen Hart from Mike McGuire, as well as this Hart related interview with Owen’s favorite country music singer Collin Raye:

Remembering Owen Hart
By Mike McGuire
I was the most nervous I’ve ever been in my life. This includes a heart surgery while I was wide awake nervous…

You see, when I was growing up in Red Deer, Alberta, I wanted to BE Bret “Hitman” Hart. I was fully wrapped up in WWF/WWE Television, and after seeing this guy from Calgary make it all the way to the top, I was convinced more than ever that my dreams were worth pursuing. This was before the internet was a thing, and you couldn’t just Google wrestling schools.

The answer? Go right to the source. I was volunteering for the local cable station, who was also an affiliate of WWF Pay-Per-Views. Under the guise of a TV interview, my #1 goal was to get some leads from Bret, Owen and/or Davey as to how I could get trained in the prestigious Hart Dungeon. After some convincing, the station let me take a camera and my buddy Dale, who was also a producer at the station, drove me down to Calgary to cover the WWF’s “In Your House: Canadian Stampede” Press Conference…

Read The FULL Blog Here: Mike’s Blog

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