Bret Hart has always been straight forward in his thoughts about other WWE superstars and he recently let loose on WWE Hall of Famer Bill Goldberg while speaking with Stone Cold Steve Austin. He even went as far as to call the current Universal Champion “one of the most unprofessional wrestlers” ever.
Hart was a recent guest of Austin on Broken Skull Sessions, which airs on the WWE Network, and he talked about the poorly placed mule kick from Goldberg that ultimately ended his in-ring career. Along with being angry over what went down, Hart accused Goldberg of hurting every single person he wrestled, per The Sun.
“The Hitman” said that he would make sure to hurt himself before ever causing serious pain to another superstar in the ring. According to Hart, Goldberg was not that way and hurt far too many people during their time in the ring together.
“Goldberg to me was one of the most unprofessional wrestlers there ever was in the business. For Bill Goldberg to be in the Hall of Fame? He hurt everybody he worked with, so he might as well wrestle a real gorilla.”
Hart recalled the late Curt Hennig and how he was always in pain from the matches he would have with Goldberg in WCW. Goldberg’s undefeated streak was something that took over wrestling during its peak in the ’90s, but Hart said “he was the most dangerous guy to work with.”
Thinking back on the match that led to the end of his career, Hart said he remembers the last words he told Goldberg before heading out to the ring.
“I said, ‘Bill, whatever you do out there, don’t hurt me. Do whatever you want, we can do anything, just do not go nuts.'”
Goldberg isn’t the only one who has been in the line of Hart’s fire lately. Just recently, he did a Q&A session in which he went after Hulk Hogan and called him a “phony piece of sh*t” for how things have gone throughout their prospective careers.
Hart is truly a legend who will go down in history as one of the greatest superstars to ever set foot in a wrestling ring. The match against Goldberg did lead to a serious injury that ended his career far too early and it seems that the former titleholder still feels as if the WWE Universal Champion was just too dangerous to be in the ring with anyone.
Goldberg is expected in the ring with Roman Reigns at WrestleMania 36 to defend his title.