Bret Hart has a lot to say. Speaking with House Money Studios’ Alfred Konuwa at his home in Calgary, the wrestling legend-turned maven talked all things WWE, discussing the brand split, whether this concept would have worked in his era, and how he envisions WWE’s future with Stephanie McMahon and Triple H at the helm. Hart didn’t hold back in his own brutally honest criticisms of the current regime and why he thinks WWE may be headed in the wrong direction.
HartInterview_Part1_ThumbA WWE Hall of Famer and arguably the greatest technical wrestler of all time, it’s no wonder the Hitman broke down the state of the WWE with his own brand of thorough, biting and razor-sharp precision.
Hart went in-depth about life after wrestling, which has brought about the untimely deaths of Chyna and Roddy Piper this past year. Hart detailed his own post-wrestling struggles as he discussed his battle with prostate cancer and subsequent recovery.
The former five-time WWE champion has conquered more than just cancer in his own post-wrestling existence, as he also ventured into the world of finance. Alongside Managing Partner Paul Pitcher, who also heads up First Down Funding, Hart has launched Sharpshooter Funding which provides access to funds for small Canadian businesses.
Unsurprisingly, the second-generation legend has made the company a family affair. Hart’s son Dallas is on board this enterprise, who serves as the company’s Vice President of Sales. Said Pitcher of Hart’s involvement, “Dallas has helped bring the company to new heights in a short amount of time. Blade, Bret’s youngest son, and family friend Shay have also put in the work to help Canadian business owners.” Sharpshooter Funding and First Down Funding are Dun & Bradstreet Verified and registered with the DC, Maryland, and Canadian Chamber of Commerce.
Pictured: Dallas Hart, Bret “The Hitman” Hart, Blade Hart
Pictured left to right: Dallas Hart, Bret “The Hitman” Hart, Blade Hart
Watch the first installment of this exclusive, in-depth interview with an all-time great led by House Money Studios’ Alfred Konuwa.