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#1 Posted on 16.10.03 1614.45
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Dave Meltzer reports that Stu Hart has passed away from complications of diabetes and pneumonia. Hart was 88.

Obviously, he had an incredible influence on what wrestling has become. He will be missed.
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#2 Posted on 16.10.03 1623.19
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.....this sucks....

RIP Stu...say Hi to Owen from everybody...
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#3 Posted on 16.10.03 1626.08
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Wrestling has lost one of its biggest legends today. What would wrestling be without Stu?
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#4 Posted on 16.10.03 1635.09
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Even if i never seen any of Stu's matchs, the leader of the whole Hart clan deserves a tribute from all members of the Wrestling sports entertainment.

Rest in Peace

My condolences

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#5 Posted on 16.10.03 1637.33
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Motherfucker. First one of the nephews dies. Then Brian Pillman. Then Owen. Then Bret has the stroke. Then Davey Boy dies. Then Helen Hart dies. Now this. This is probably the most hardluck family in the wrestling world (moreso than the Von Erichs even).

Rest in peace, Stu. You've done the wrestling world a great service by simply being involved. I think guys like Lance Storm, Chris Benoit, Justin Liger, Chris Jericho, Hiro Hase, Steve Blackman and all the others you've trained would say the same.
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#6 Posted on 16.10.03 1655.29
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Motherfucker. First one of the nephews dies. Then Brian Pillman. Then Owen. Then Bret has the stroke. Then Davey Boy dies. Then Helen Hart dies. Now this. This is probably the most hardluck family in the wrestling world


Must be the most hardluck family in the WHOLE sport entertainment!

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#7 Posted on 16.10.03 1700.35
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Another dark day in wrestling...where is the ray of hope for a better day, tommorrow, or week? We shall miss you Stu, RIP.
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#8 Posted on 16.10.03 1717.27
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#9 Posted on 16.10.03 1723.02
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RIP Stu.

What a life that guy had, the highest of highs and the lowest of lows.

The impact he left on wrestling is almost beyond description when you look back and think about Stampede, the talent it produced, the style, and the way it was incorporated across the globe.

My condolences go out to all of the Hart family and friends.
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#10 Posted on 16.10.03 1732.03
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Truly sad. Here's hoping WWE handles this with the utmost class.
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#11 Posted on 16.10.03 1732.48
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That's awful news. Think of how that man's body of work extends, even to today, how many wrestlers he trained/influenced, etc. Think of that poor, poor, family, with yet another death to mourn.
Awful news. My prayers are with the Hart family.
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#12 Posted on 16.10.03 1746.00
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Wow, this is a shame. Stu's influence on wrestling reaches out all over the world and over so many years. The wrestling world has lost one of its pillars. He will be missed.

RIP Stu Hart.
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#13 Posted on 16.10.03 1752.21
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I kinda figured this last hospital trip would do him in. Still, 88 years is one hell of a ride. Not to mention the legacy the man left.
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#14 Posted on 16.10.03 1759.30
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Statement from Vince McMahon, Chairman,
World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc.

It was with great sorrow that we learned today of the death of Stu Hart. Stu was a pioneer in professional wrestling. More importantly, he was a great man. His influence within our industry, his community and his country was immense. He will be missed, but his legend will live on. All of us at WWE™ send our condolences to Stu’s family. Our thoughts and our prayers are with them during this difficult time.
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#15 Posted on 16.10.03 1815.54
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This is very very very sad news, indeed. The guy was one of the most influental people in the pro wrestling world. THIS SUCKS, BIG TIME.

Dr. Wagner Jr., I do agree with when you said the Hart Family are most hardluck family in pro wrestling history. They're truly are the Kennedy Family of wrestling.

Is it me or has 2003 being the year to lose great wrestling stars and legends. I mean so many influental people have died this year. But you can mark my words now, because this is only the tipped of the iceberg. My fear is now complete, i now know the biggest death this year is yet to come.

I now mourn this lost terribly. Rest in Peace, Stu Hart, you will be missed by ALL in wrestling. But Vince McMahon just said it best sadly, "HIS LEGEND WILL INDEED LIVE ON FOREVER."

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#16 Posted on 16.10.03 1836.34
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Wow ... what a legend ... Bless the guy ... think of all the hardships he had to deal with in the latter portion of his life. He's in a better place now.

My condolences to the Hart family.
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#17 Posted on 16.10.03 1845.17
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88 years and he lived them to the fullest. But it always hurts.
My dad's stepfather recently passed away at the age of 83, after great suffering. It was not a tragedy, just the inevitable end to everything that lives. But it still hurts. It always does.
It would be classy for Stu's students to say something about him, or maybe have a tribute on Confidential.

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#18 Posted on 16.10.03 1850.43
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It's another sad day for the wrestling world. But on the other hand, at least Stu didn't die young. He lived a fruitful life. He was greatfully successful. Without him, the wrestling world wouldn't be the same today. No Hart family, no Dungeon, and would people like Chris Benoit, Jericho, Lance Storm, etc. be the same without their Dungeon experience? Probably not.

R.I.P. Stu.
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#19 Posted on 16.10.03 1910.59
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From everything I've learned over the years, Stu has certainly been a great ambassador for the city of Calgary, and I'm sure he'll be honoured quite well. Deservedly so.
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#20 Posted on 16.10.03 1958.35
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Godspeed, Stu.

Somewhere up in heaven there's an angel getting stretched. (:
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