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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 24th, 2019 | Media Additions

Given that yesterday marked the 20th anniversary of Owen’s tragic loss, there were a substantial amount of tributes shared from colleagues, friends, family & fans alike. Owen was actually trending for some time on Twitter (in Canada) due to all the wonderful tributes. We will try to sort through the touching comments & posts and share a bunch of them on the site over the weekend.

The Starrcast event (Las Vegas) featured a “Remembering Owen” panel Thursday night. Jerry Lawler, Jim Ross, Mark Henry & Davey Boy Smith Jr. all sat on the panel and shared their memories of Owen. We will do a recap of that panel here on the site as well, but wanted to pass along the link for anyone who wants to watch! The panel was over an hour long and featured a lot of quality Owen Hart rib stories, heartfelt advice and a meaningful discussion of Owen Hart in regards to the WWE Hall of Fame.

“Remembering Owen” Starrcast Panel: Purchase Here
*Viewers Note: You can purchase the Owen Hart panel separately on Fite for $14.99 (US), or purchase access to specific days of the event, OR you can purchase the 4 Day Weekend Pass for $59.99(US) which includes each and every panel/show included in Starrcast.

There was also numerous podcasts released today and yesterday which are listed below:

Talk is Jericho – “From the Blue Blazer to the Black Hart – Owen Hart Flies Forever”

A retrospective of Owen Hart’s career over the years with some classic rib stories, and other memories over the years. Hosted by Chris Jericho with guest Dave Meltzer (Wrestling Observer Newsletter).
Subscribe, or download this podcast via Apple Podcasts, Player FM, Stitcher, Spotify, or other podcast apps.

Grilling JR – “Over the Edge 99”

Jim Ross and Conrad Thompson break down the Over the Edge PPV from May, 23rd 1999. There is a lengthy candid discussion with JR on his feelings surrounding Owen’s passing, having to carry on announcing the show that night, and more.
Subscribe, or download this podcast via Apple Podcasts, Player FM, Stitcher, Spotify, or other podcast apps.

X-Pac 12360 – “Remembering Owen Hart and Double or Nothing Preview”

X-Pac (Sean Waltman) shares his memories of Owen, as well as some rib stories.
Subscribe, or download this podcast via Apple Podcasts, Player FM, Stitcher, Spotify, or other podcast apps.

Post Profile – “Owen Hart’s Final Day”

A journalistic retrospective on Owen’s last day. Featuring interviews from those who were at the arena that day, members of the media, and information from various novels written about the Hart family (these are listed on the website link). This podcast isn’t a tribute, but is a solid source of information on that day. We wanted to share this one on the site since many fans now may not have been around then, and over the years a lot of misinformation has gone out about the events surrounding Owen’s loss. This podcast sheds a well researched light on the subject.

Source: Post Wrestling Website

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