Hitman: My Real Life in the Cartoon World of Wrestling (Google eBook)

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Hachette Digital, Inc., Oct 8, 2008 - Sports & Recreation - 300 pages
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Written without collaborators and based on decades of tape recordings he made throughout his career, HITMAN is Bret Hart's brutally honest, perceptive and startling account of his life in and out of the ring that proves once and for all that great things come in pink tights.
  

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User Review  - Carlos - Goodreads

Bret Hart was one of my idols growing up. I followed his entire career after entering the WWE. Reading about his experience growing up in the wrestling business and becoming a superstar kept me glued ... Read full review

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User Review  - Shariq - Goodreads

This is the well sought autobiography of the man himself, Bret "The Hitman Hart", In his own words (The Best there is the best there was and the best there ever will be). After surviving a stroke and ... Read full review

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Contents

Acknowledgments
Preface
Stampede Days
Hart
Loves Me Like A Rock
Learning The
Puerto Rico
BigHearted Brutes
Onwards and Upwards
Brother You Dont Know The Whole Story
Steal My Crown
Lone Wolf
Kane and Abel
Rel Worl Simpion
Bigger Than I Ever Imagined
The Clique

Not A Big Enough Name
Keeping It Real
Japan and The Rising
Oh Dawling Not Your Nose
The Cowboy Sees the World
Youre Over Brother
Listen To Me and Ill Carry You
The Snakes are Docile
Ill Never Give You A Reason To Ever Want To Leave
Everyone Around The World Hates Americans
The Lion and The Hyena
No Matter What Happens Im Loyal To You
Think With Your Head Not Your Heart
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Bret Hart was one of the most exciting entertainers on the wrestling scene. He made his professional debut in 1978, and adopted his well known Hitman person in the early 1980s. He began acting in the mid-1990s and retired from wrestling in 2000. His autobiography "Hitman: My Real Life in the Cartoon World of Wrestling "was a New York Times bestseller.

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