Hitman by Bret Hart
My Real Life in the Cartoon World of Wrestling

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Written without collaborators and based on decades of tape recordings he made throughout his career, HITMAN is Bret Hart's brutally honest, perceptive and startling account of his life in and out of the ring that proves once and for all that great things come in pink tights.

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Though Bret Hart is now retired from wrestling, he is recognized around the world as one of the all-time greats. In 2006 he was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame. He lives in Calgary.
Published September 18, 2008 by Grand Central Publishing. 593 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Humor & Entertainment, Sports & Outdoors. Non-fiction

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started televising his matches in other promoters’ territories, necessitating a 1983 gathering in Las Vegas that Hart compares to “a meeting of Mafia dons protecting their turf.” With the coming of the louder, meaner WWF, he laments, “something uniquely vaudevillian was lost forever.” Nonetheless...

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From “the dungeon” of the family basement where moves were carefully worked out in advance, to the tiring road trips, choreographed bouts, steroid abuse and personal tragedy, Hart allows readers an unusual insiders view of professional wrestling during a turbulent time when promoters were settlin...

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