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The 7 - Pro Wrestling - Hart Foundation: The Next Generation
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The Squire
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#1 Posted on 31.8.05 1331.29
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I just read an interview with Nattie Neidhart, Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart's daughter. I had no idea he had a daughter who was a wrestler. Not much to the interview, but it just had me thinking if Vince is aware of her. I know that Ted Hart is a nuisance for the most part, but I know that both he and Harry Smith worked dark matches for WWE a few months ago. Maybe the promise of not working Indies and some real notoriety would straighten Teddy out.

I have to wonder if the thought crossed Vince's mind of having a new Hart Foundation, possibly endorsed by Bret. He could even hire TJ Wilson or Jack Evans who were also trained in the dungeon. Nattie doesn't have the body type though of a diva (let's just say she's stocky) so the whole idea of a new foundation may not fly in Vince's eyes. But if he wants to get petty with TNA, what better way to out-do Team Canada than to start your own with the family who started the whole Team Canada concept to begin with?
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#2 Posted on 31.8.05 1457.25
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Pass. I had my fill of watching Jack Evans and Teddy Hart blowing spots on some MLW tapes I bought.
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#3 Posted on 31.8.05 1458.22
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I doubt he's trying to "compete" in any sense with TNA. They have a thriving X-division, yet you don't see any efforts to one-up TNA with a kickass cruiserweight division.

Team Canada is barely making waves in TNA. If they were getting reactions like DX and the nWo once did, then perhaps he might take notice. It's just another stable right now. A better suggestion would be for TNA to bring Teddy Hart back with Wilson and Evans at his side as a brash group of upstart heels. Teddy could easily be the new Kid Kash for TNA, but he's a headache wherever he goes.
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#4 Posted on 31.8.05 1740.16
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    Originally posted by chill
    I doubt he's trying to "compete" in any sense with TNA. They have a thriving X-division, yet you don't see any efforts to one-up TNA with a kickass cruiserweight division.

    Team Canada is barely making waves in TNA. If they were getting reactions like DX and the nWo once did, then perhaps he might take notice. It's just another stable right now. A better suggestion would be for TNA to bring Teddy Hart back with Wilson and Evans at his side as a brash group of upstart heels. Teddy could easily be the new Kid Kash for TNA, but he's a headache wherever he goes.


Taking Kid Kash's attitude and behavior into account...that kind of already does make Teddy Hart into the new Kid Kash of wrestling .

I dunno about rehashing or reforming an old team with new members. Usually that strategy doesn't work in professional wrestling. I can't think of any instances where it was successful. Though I could be wrong if anyone has an example.

I suppose the new Hart foundation around 97-ish would be a good example. So technically they've already done it once I guess.

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#5 Posted on 31.8.05 2153.55
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Midnight Express (Eaton & Lane), although one could argue there was a transition period that negates this.
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#6 Posted on 1.9.05 0057.39
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Harry Smith is really the only one worth watching. Jack Evans is great when he's on, but he's still very green. Teddy Hart is a head case.

I'd be all for it if they brought back Lance Storm. Or have Jericho run the show. Maybe both.
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#7 Posted on 3.9.05 1608.43
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I could paint a mural on Nattie Neidhart's jawbone.
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