Bleacher Report is proud to present the Best of the Best WWE superstars list, the list of the best performers in WWE history.
In this edition, we’ll be discussing Bret Hart’s legacy, the biggest feuds and most memorable moments of the early 1990s.
For today’s episode, we’re talking about the biggest wrestling feud of all time, The Great American Bash, from the early 90s to today.
Bret Hart vs. Hulk Hogan: Bret’s first match in WWE was against The Ultimate Warrior in 1994.
It was a great match.
I remember it was awesome because Bret was very intimidating and he had an air of authority and he was very tough.
He just had that cool aura about him.
Bret had a very good match and he lost in the main event.
He was a big star in WWE.
Hulk was a huge star in the early years.
He went from the very underappreciated to the top of the WWE ladder in just one year.
Hulk wrestled a couple of times, but he was just a big wrestler who was doing his thing.
But Bret was in a big match with Hulk and he won the match.
The feud with Hulk started off as a rivalry, but after Bret lost in a feud with Warrior, the feud turned into a feud between Bret and Shawn Michaels.
Shawn Michaels and Bret Hart: Bret and Hulk Hogan were the best in the business at that point, so it was kind of a big feud and a big thing in the WWE for a long time.
It took place during the Great American Batista era, and Bret and Hogan had a lot of great matches, and that feud was probably one of the greatest feuds in WWE and that’s just the way it went.
It just ended badly for them and they were done for.
Shawn was out of the ring for a while after that, and he never did anything in the ring again.
He didn’t even wrestle again until 1999, and then he retired from wrestling.
Bret and the Great Khali: Bret was just so dominant and it was great because he just dominated everybody in the world.
There was no respect.
It wasn’t like, ‘Oh, I have to take this guy down because he’s too big.’
He just dominated everyone and everyone loved it.
Bret never gave a fuck.
He always fought like hell.
He fought like a warrior.
Bret was a hard-hitting guy and he knew what he was doing.
He took the best wrestlers out there and he dominated them.
The most famous Bret Hart match was against Khali in 1999.
He won the championship and he just walked away.
Bret got over the hump.
I think it was a good thing he never won the title again, because that would have been a really good feud.
Bret vs. Triple H: This was one of those matches that was one-sided and was kind-of a big mistake, and it ended with Bret and Triple H. Bret lost the match because Triple H got on Bret’s back and beat him.
He did a great job of keeping Bret down and Bret kept trying to get back on his feet.
Bret fought like crazy, and Triple h was just going to get Bret.
He got Bret down to the floor and Bret fought with him.
Triple h just kind of had Bret down in the corner and they just went for the kill and Bret was trying to make Triple h tap out.
Bret didn’t have the energy or the drive to win that match, so he just just gave up and he let Triple h win.
Tripleh just kind-as-fuck won that match.
Shawn vs. Brock Lesnar: Shawn was the biggest star in this company, so there were a lot things that Shawn did that made him a superstar, and this was one such thing.
Shawn did some really cool things with his body and he could do all kinds of different things.
But Shawn was just such a badass and he did things that made people want to follow him and follow him.
Shawn just beat Brock in the first match of that feud, and when Brock went up against Shawn in the finals, it was just like a dream match.
It’s just so cool to see a guy who has been a star in wrestling for so long and be able to beat him, and I’m so happy that he’s still around.
Shawn and Triple Threat: This feud started out as a feud against Shawn Michaels because Shawn was trying very hard to take over the company.
But it turned into something much bigger because Triple Threat came to the WWF and they had to come to an agreement.
Triple Threat wanted to be in the company because he wanted to become a big deal, and Shawn was a heel.
Shawn wanted to have a bigger role in the brand and Triple Threes wanted to make money.
Shawn’s idea of a bigger deal was to bring the WWE Universe to a show that would put Shawn in front of them and then Triple