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Wednesday, March 10, 2010

The Return Of Bret Hart ...

On March 28th, Wrestlemania 26 will happen in Glendale, Arizona, about a half hour away from my old home in Phoenix. My older brother, who knows nothing about wrestling and who hasn't watched wrestling regularly in almost 11 years, has tickets and will be going to Wrestlemania.

Growing up wrestling fans, it was always our dream to go to Wrestlemania. Only now just one of us is still a die hard wrestling fan AND YET the NON-wrestling fan is having HIS old dream come true and is going to Wrestlemania.

If you can't tell, I'm a little bit bitter about this.

But how bitter can I be when the excellence of execution, the Hitman, the best there is, the best there was, and the best there ever will be is coming BACK for one last match against the man who screwed him over a decade ago?



Bret "The Hitman" Hart is back.

For a wrestling fan, it's like a dream. It's a never thought it would happen that's actually happening.

So here's two free Bret hart songs for your punk ass to download, one rock and one rap.

The rock song is by awesome Sacramento indie punk band The Knockoffs. Their song is a love song but it's also sung from Bret Hart's "been screwed over before" point of view. Listening to the lyrics, you can tell that they really know their Bret Hart. There's the "It's a shame what you didn't do with me" part and the "I don't need your babyface pushes" part. It's a really good song. One of the band members actually wrestles part time as luchador El Flaco Loco, so they're extremely wrestling oriented.

The rap song is from the stunning Bret Hart documentary "Wrestling With Shadows" that I posted for free two months ago. It uses a classic Bret sound clip and just goes from there.

Have fun ...

The Knockoffs: Is, Was, Will Be (Hitman)

Rascalz (featuring Bret Hart): Sharpshooter (Best of the Best)

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