Even after all these years, Bret Hart is still finding new ways to engage with his fans.
Bret Hart was one of the biggest superstars of the 1990s in pro wrestling. After dominating WWE for nearly the entire decade, he would leave for WCW and finish his career under that banner.
After decades in the industry dating back to when he was a young boy working for his father’s Stampede Wrestling in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Bret Hart has found yet another way to share his expertise and engage with the fans that have made him a star throughout the years.
Via social media, Bret Hart announced a new web series called Confessions Of The Hitman. This web series will be available on his website and will be behind a paywall but for $35 CAD, you will have access to the full series.
Hey everyone my new web series Confessions Of The Hitman season 1 is now available at https://t.co/qQz28fQOH4— Bret Hart (@BretHart) June 28, 2020
$35 Canadian for 35 episodes total with new episodes uploaded weekly. I talk about aspects of my childhood, career, life after wrestling, and current events pic.twitter.com/W5jaEHUYAG
Bret Hart was actually featured on one of the final episodes of WWE Backstage on FS1, where CM Punk opened up about the influence that “The Hitman had on “The Best in the World.”