Surprisingly NOT yet dragged over here by any members of our Canadian contingent, The Fight Network was good enough to put the entirety of their new documentary "Bret Hart: Survival of the Hitman" up on YouTube in four parts. Rather than embed them all here, I'll send you over there - access the playlist to all four parts at this link right here (youtube.com).
If you're a fan of Bret and too lazy to read his book, it's definitely worth investing approximately 90 minutes.
As you might guess, some surfaces were left tantalizingly, barely scratched - and there are a few moments which will probably set off your bullshit detector - but all in all a fine film that manages to work wonders despite the fact that clearly WWE wanted nothing to do with it and made sure none of their own footage was allowed to be used (with just a smidgen of fair use managing to slip through).
(via Facebook reposting of a tweet from somebody who is probably registered here, or used to be, if only I could match their name to a username here....which leads to the questions "did you want me to use your name here or not" and also "why do you 'protect' your tweets if you're just gonna spray them all over Facebook anyway" but that's another post for another time)
Hogan and Savage on top of WCW makes the phrase "the inmates are running the asylum" quite apropos. Did I see what I thought I saw? Johnny B. Badd retains his Television Title against Meng by pinning Diamond Dallas Page?