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Wrestler Bret Hart's childhood memories

Grunts, roars and the smack of flesh on canvas have, for generations, echoed from Vancouver Island to Newfoundland. Pro wrestling is a gritty world populated by heroic "babyfaces," dastardly "heels," outrageous managers and outraged fans. We tackle some of the most colourful stories and characters to come out of the wrestling scenes from coast to coast.

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The retired wrestler reflects on his boyhood in a famous wrestling family.
Medium: Radio
Program: The Current
Broadcast Date: Dec. 12, 2007
Guest(s): Bret Hart
Host: Anna Maria Tremonti
Duration: 25:26

Last updated: February 12, 2013

Page consulted on September 10, 2014

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