Confidential featured a segment about Jimmy Hart. Through all of Jimmy Hart's talking and all of the clips of Jimmy Hart and all the men he managed in the WWF, the conspicuous omission was the Hart Foundation.
Well, they weren't completely omitted, which made it seem even more odd. The very last clip of the segment showed the Hart Foundation lifting Jimmy Hart on their shoulders. Why was the Hart Foundation, probably the most successful of all of Jimmy Hart's wrestlers or teams, completely ignored throughout the piece, until the very last shot? I would think it had to do with the Bret Hart issue but, before the Raw X show, Bret Hart was shown on WWE TV plenty of times.
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Iam kinda glad they didn't mention the Hart FOundation cause you wojuld have had the idiots start "reporting" again that Bret Hart is coming back to WWE again. IT seems everytime WWE says a name of a star not in the company anymore people jump to the idea that star will be in WWE soon.
But on a side note, I guess it would have been nice to hear him say there name, but damn Jimmy hart got old. Any he talked about wrestling other old managers, didn't he learn that no one cared when he wrestled guys like Mancow (who sucks) in WCW?
Thank you for reminding me of those Jimmy Hart/Mancow debacles.
You know, we can complain all we want about WWE, but let's look at the bright side. It'll NEVER get to a point where Vince McMahon will get so desperate that he'll have Jimmy Hart wrestling DJ's on Raw.
Let's remember that next time we complain about Raw.
Screw Rock and Austin! This is the REAL Wrestlemania main event! Fa...WHAT?! What do you mean Fabolous is OUT?! Then who's...? FRED DURST?! Oh dear God, NO!
The only problem I had with the Jimmy Hart segments was the placement of the Torrie 'I really love me' crap segment in between. I noticed little was done with the Hart Foundation, but on the bright side, little was done with the Faces of Fear either. That, and a few more tales from Memphis would have been nice.
Translated from Australian, Nathan Jones means El Gigante's less talented smaller brother.
As far as I'm concerned, no Tough Enough moment tops the time in season one where Maven and Nowinski made Darryl spike the bread and do a touchdown dance in the grocery store. That was the best episode of any of the three seasons, hands down.