Bret Hart has been participating in a daily diary on his experience at WWE Wrestlemania 26. Here are interesting highlights of part 3:
on Wrestlemania 26’s stadium seating
â€œItâ€™s pretty cool being here,â€ Hart says while seated in a frontward section of the domed arena. â€œIâ€™m just taking it all in.â€
Briefly halting his tour of WrestleMania XXVIâ€™s vast setting, Bret Hart has slipped into a row of what seems like an infinite quantity of commemorative chairs. The contemplative and relaxed â€œHit Manâ€ rests in the heart of the University of Phoenix Stadium â€“ a â€œspaceship in the middle of the dessert,â€ as one passing crew member described while he and so many others erect the feel of Sundayâ€™s spectacle.
on reflecting back
The last time Hart competed at WrestleMania was in 1997 against â€œStone Coldâ€ Steve Austin, which Bret admits was his favorite match at WWEâ€™s flagship mega-event. At WrestleMania 13, Chicagoâ€™s Rosemont Horizon held less than 20,000 people who bore witness to a night in which Bret (beloved hero) and Austin (scorned villain) inverted their roles in the eyes of the WWE Universe.
on traveling around
The â€œHit Manâ€ emerges from his hotel and into the daylight just past noon. There is a detectable confidence in The Excellence of Execution thatâ€™s somewhat stronger than the day before, just as it was slightly more discernible yesterday than the day before that. And heâ€™s now one Hart richer: His 21-year-old daughter, Sabina (â€œBeansâ€).
The two, along with Bretâ€™s youngest son Blade, approach a car manned by a driver whoâ€™s appropriately garbed in black dress shirt and a sleekly contrasting pink necktie. Itâ€™s a clear homage to his legendary passenger.
Full Day 3 Bret Hart Diary
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