Wrestle Talk TV Extra has released more footage from Bret Hart’s interview from last week. Here is what Bret Hart had to say about the Montreal Screwjob:
“When I did go back to WWE a few years ago, that it was time to put a nail in the coffin for as far as Survivor Series and the screwjob and all that. I wanted to move past it on more personal reasons. I just felt that it was becoming a torment to me and probably even Shawn [Michaels], and Earl Hebner to a certain degree… I was kind of glad to make peace with it.
I’ll always appreciate what WWE’s done for me. I’m on good terms with them now and I’m pretty respectful of the company and what now. But, I’ll never forget what happened. Never. It’s done now and it’s over with, but I always feel that it was my defining moment, maybe not just as a wrestler, but as a person. I wouldn’t take it back for a second. It I had to do it all over again, I think I’d end up doing the same thing.”
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