Bruce Hart

Wrestler, TV Personality

1951 –

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Who is Bruce Hart?

Bruce Edward Hart is a Canadian professional wrestler, promoter, booker, trainer and school teacher. The second son of Stu Hart, Hart was the first of his 7 brothers to begin professionally wrestling, debuting in 1972. Hart is most famous for his several WWE performances, often involving his brothers, Bret Hart and Owen Hart. His most recent international appearance was in 2010 at Wrestlemania 26. Hart acted as guest referee in the highly anticipated match between his brother, Bret, and WWE Chairman, Vince McMahon. Hart remains a school teacher for the Calgary Board of Education, and is currently pursuing a relaunch of his father's legendary promotion, Stampede Wrestling. In June 2013, Hart resurrected his famous wrestling school, Hart Brothers University, and continues to train wrestlers in his hometown of Calgary, AB.

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Born
Jan 13, 1951
Calgary
Also known as
  • Bobby Dangler
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Nationality
  • Canada
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Lived in
  • Calgary

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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